ASJJ Competitor Membership Application


To be completed by (or if under 18-yrs in the name of) the applicant

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A copy of this form will be forwarded to the ASJJ Dojo Sensei.


Association and Grade

If you are not already a member of ASJJ (grading with ASJJ), then please select 'Member of another Association/School
Within the association/school selected. Minimum age 17-years
Within the association/school selected

Health and Exclusion Declaration

It has been explained to me and I understand that training, practicing, or participating in martial art is dangerous and that I must at all times abide by the rules of Australian Society of Ju-Jitsuans and any instruction provided to me by Australian Society of Ju-Jitsuans and those instructing me in Jujutsu and obtain clarification before proceeding if those rules or that instruction are not understood.

Further I understand and agree that my participation is entirely at my own risk. I and any other person in relation to myself hereby absolves, indemnifies and holds harmless the providers, including others receiving instruction from all liability howsoever arising for injury, loss or damage (including but not limited to my person, property and personal belongings) however caused, including by the negligence of the indemnified, arising out of or in connection with the provision of instruction or related services or in any way caused by, or arising out of any activity carried on by the providers.

I understand that while training or at an event or related activities, I may be photographed. I agree to allow my photo, video, or film likeness to be used for any legitimate purpose by the Australian Jujitsu Federation, producers, sponsors, organizers, and assigns.
I agree to:
1. Operate within the rules and spirit of the sport of Jujitsu and Ne-waza (BJJ) and other forms of competition as set down by or agreed to by the Australian Society of Ju-Jitsuans (ASJJ).

2. Respect the rights and worth of every person regardless of their gender, ability, ethnic origin, or religion.

3. Within the scope of my role Official/Administrator or Competitor - Provide a safe and healthy environment for competition, ensuring that equipment and facilities are appropriate and meet safety requirements, placing the safety and welfare of the competitors above all else. In the event of injury, show concern and caution towards a sick or injured player and encourage players to seek medical advice when required. Allow further participation only when appropriate.

4. Act with integrity and be consistent and impartial when making decisions and not to allow prejudice, conflict of interest, or bias, to affect my objectivity, accepting responsibility for my decisions and actions.

5. Encourage and support opportunities for people to learn appropriate behaviours and skills, addressing unsporting behaviour and promoting respect for all people.

6. Act honestly, in good faith and in the best interests of the sport, displaying control and courtesy to all involved with the sport.

7. Conduct my responsibilities with due care, competence and diligence and respect the judgement and decisions of officials, coaches, and administrators in the conduct of the sport.

8. Ensure that any information acquired, or advantage gained from my involvement is not used improperly.

9. Support the Australian Society of Ju-Jitsuans and not to act in a manner that may be prejudicial to the Australian Society of Ju-Jitsuans, its objectives, or the rules and codes of conduct governing membership and or participation in competition, or in a manner that could bring the ASJJ, into disrepute.

10. Ensure that any physical contact is appropriate to the situation. Wherever practical, avoid unaccompanied and unobserved one-on-one activity (when in a supervisory capacity or where a power imbalance will exist) with persons under the age of 18 years.

11. Comply with the Member Protection Policy of the ASJJ and refrain from any form of harassment towards others this includes sexual, and racial harassment, racial vilification, and harassment on the grounds of disability. I understand I should not only refrain from initiating a sexual relationship with a student and/or competitor and/or official, but should also discourage any attempt to initiate a sexual relationship with me, explaining the ethical basis of my refusal.

12. Adopt responsible behaviour in relation to alcohol and other drugs and educate participants on drugs in sport issues in line with the Anti-doping Policy of the AJF.

Sport Integrity Australia

All sports throughout Australia are obliged to commit to a policy on anti-doping in compliance with both Australian and World anti-doping authorities. The anti-doping policy of Sport Integrity Australia (previously managed by ASADA) sets down those obligations for everyone engaged in sport.

I have read, understood and agree to abide by the Australian National Anti-Doping Policy, effective 1 January 2021, being the anti-doping policy adopted by Australian Jujitsu Federation and Australian Society of Ju-Jitsuans, and applicable to all member, participants and non-participants. I have also read, understood and agree to abide by the associated policies as adopted by Australian Jujitsu Federation, and Australian Society of Ju-Jitsuans.

A copy of the policy is available on the website of Sport Integrity Australia.

It is important to have an anti-doping policy as it helps Australian Jujitsu Federation and Australian Society of Ju-Jitsuans, to provide a doping-free environment that promotes health, fairness and equality for all Australian Jujitsu Federation and Australian Society of Ju-Jitsuans, members. To help us achieve this goal, please make yourself aware of your rights and responsibilities under this policy by using the education resources provided by Sport Integrity Australia.
Price: $ 25.00
This annual fee goes towards the membership paid by ASJJ to the WCJJO.
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