SNJU will launch coaching and training course

Dear SN/Adaptive judo coaches worldwide,

The SNJU, as part of our on-going international development and promotion of Special Needs/Adaptive judo, will shortly be embarking on an incredible SN/Adaptive coaching training programme and register.
The training programme will comprise of an online training moodle which will have disability awareness modules, inspirational video lessons and practical advice from some of the world’s foremost experts in the field of adaptive coaching.
It will also have a tatami based pre-arranged practical session and certification.
An international SNJU coaching register will also be compiled from all the coaches that successfully complete this course and will be part of the on-going training and development of SN/Adaptive judo worldwide.
To be part of this amazing opportunity pre-register for your online course by clicking here and log in details will be sent to you as soon as the course is ready to be launched.
Initial places will be limited so don’t waste any time – Register Today!
The Online course fee will be just €25 payable on registration and the practical training and assessment will be €20 payable on the day of the assessment and includes certification. To apply for the practical training, click here.

Six athletes of Menomonee Judo Club will participate in IBSA Paralympic World Championships in Odilevas, Portugal


This is a text by Brett Wolf of the Menomonee Judo Club which is an SNJU registered club in the USA. The Board of SNJU can only add to Brett’s enthusiasm, and wish the players of Menomonee Judo Club the best of luck in Portugal!

The Menomonee Judo Club is very excited and honored to announce that next week, six of our athletes with visual impairment will be competing at the IBSA Paralympic World Championships in Odilevas, Portugal. The World Judo Championships are the first of six qualifying events for the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games.

Paralympic Judo is specifically geared towards athletes with varying levels of visual impairment. In 2012, Menomonee Judo was named the Paralympic Judo National Training Site, the only club with that distinction in the United States.
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SNJU Member countries as per 11/05/2017


SNJU are working hard to expand our membership. whether you are a national organisation or a local Judo club, you can be a member of SNJU. This link will bring you to our application form. Remember: Together we are strong!
Click the map to show all the countries we have members in. This week, we added Israel and Brazil!