USJJF National Training Camp
As the USA
National Governing Body for Ju-Jitsu, the United States Ju-Jitsu
Federation conducts National Training Camps normally three times per year.
As schedule permits, these camps will be held at one of the United States
Olympic Training Centers. However, the USJJF also sanctions National
Training Camps in different regional locations as approved by the USJJF
Central Technical Committee.
In order to host a National Training Camp, the
following administrative procedures must be followed:
- Submit a request to host the National Training
Camp to the USJJF National Office.
- Submit an application for a National Training
with the appropriate sanction fee. (See the USJJF
Insurance Program at
- Submit a list of Instructors with a course
description of what Ju-Jitsu training will be presented.
(Note: All Camp Instructors & Participants must be current
insured USJJF members.)
- Send the "draft" flyer to the National Office
for review and approval.
- Once all documents have been submitted,
reviewed and approved - the official camp flyer will be posted on the
- After the camp training is completed, the camp
host submits the USJJF Event Report http://www.usjjf.org/forms/Statement.PDF
with a $1.00 national fee per participant.
If you have any questions
regarding this requirements, please contact the
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