The Wakarishin Ju-Jitsu
Code of Conduct
1. Always Rei (Bow) when…
– Entering or leaving a Dojo (Training Room)
– Beginning and end of class
– On and off the Mat
– Talking to an instructor (Sensei)
– Beginning and end of training with a partner
– Beginning and end of a Grading
2. Always address your instructor as Sensei.
3. Personal hygiene must be of a high standard at all times – clean and smelling
4. Ensure toes and fingernails are short and clean.
5. Always wear a clean ironed Gi (Uniform) and make sure it is correctly badged in
line with your grade.
6. When available, please use changing rooms to change before and after a
lesson, especially when there are juniors in the Dojo or training venue
THE BRITISH JU JITSU ASSOCIATION GB
Code of conduct
1. Participate in Martial Arts for enjoyment and in a manner consistent with Black Belt
values of Honesty, Respect, Trust, Indomitable Spirit,.
2. Respect their Sensei’s, team-mates, opponents, officials and other adults.
3. Praise positive aspects of team-mates’ Techniques, especially effort and commitment,
and not place blame anywhere.
4. Accept that safety and welfare are more important than anything else; they should not
behave in any way that risks the health and safety of themselves or others.
5. Follow the rules of the Club and obey the laws and rules of the Governing Body.
6. Co-operate fully with their Sensei.
7. Accept responsibility for their behaviour and performance. Accordingly Students must
take responsibility for their own actions.
8. If in doubt, find out from the Sensei exactly what is expected of them.
9. Co-operate fully with other Sensei’s, managers, officials and specialists, , in their own
10. Encourage other students to obey the rules of the dojo and competition, play fairly and
show sportsmanship. Not break the rules of the Club or the laws of the competition, or
behave in any way that harms the Club’s or the Martial Arts reputation.
11. Take care of & respect training facilities, equipment and property and dispose of litter
12. Take care of your uniform any lost or damaged items must be replaced at the students’
parents or carers cost.