Gradings are conducted 3 times a year and occur primarily in March/April, July and December to coincide with the main school holidays. Gradings are conducted by Club Officials at the Khidmat Centre, Spencer Road, Bradford, BD7 2EU. Certificates and belts are presented at these formal events increasing students confidence / esteem and provide a networking opportunity to make new friends.

The order of the belts are: White, Yellow, Orange, Green, Blue/White, Blue, Purple, Brown/White, Brown and Black belt.

Black belt gradings also take place at The Khidmat Centre and take place only 2 times during the year in July and December.

Once a students reaches Shodan (First degree black belt) they are able to progress further. Seniors follow the dan grade system e.g. Nidan, Shodan, Sandan, Yondan, Godan etc and Juniors follow the Gold Tab system until they reach the age of adulthood when they transfer on to the Senior training path.
Gradings and Belts
Gradings and Belts
Onna Ju-Jitsu Club provides a structured approach to learning following a syllabus approved by the British Ju-Jitsu Association . The ONNA Syllabus consists of both Junior and Senior syllabuses depending on the age and ability of student. Generally if a student is under the age of 16 years they are considered to be a Junior, however the coach has discretion on the actual syllabus taught after assessing the student's ability and considering group dynamics.
The ONNA Syllabus consists of both Junior and Senior syllabuses depending on the age and ability of student. Generally if a student is under the age of 16 years they are considered to be a Junior, however the coach has discretion on the actual syllabus taught after assessing the student's ability and considering group dynamics.
Onna Ju-Jitsu Club provides a structured approach to learning following a syllabus approved by the British Ju-Jitsu Association .
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