training Children and Young Adults
SJA prides itself on offering children and young people a structured martial arts experience focusing on fitness and protection from conflict.
self-protection on the street
Basic Instruction of Children & Young Adults Self-Defence
This is the third in the series of the (SJA) Street Jitsu Association, own Self-Protection Award programmes. It consists of five sections, which cover the main basic principles and methods needed to obtain this award.
The end product is a good workable award in children’s self – defence and a all-round self-protection skills that will help you achieve you end goal of being a SJA self – Defence instructor.
Further awards are available taking the instructor into the more specialised aspects, such as Train a Trainer and more advance levels.
Each section is covered as a single theme, and will cover both the theory and practical side and give you the knowledge and methods actually required.
A brief rundown on the sections is given here, but full details will be covered in each section, avoiding conflict and reducing personal risk, conflict management, reducing risk and communicating effectively.
WHAT WILL I ACHIEVE?
The course includes the following modules:
- Reasonable force
- The Law on self-Defence
- Conflict Management
- Physical Intervention
- Awareness, Avoidance and how to Escape
Upon completion of the course and passing one multiple choice exams, you will be able to apply for your SJA licence SJA Training Services is a recognised and has the backing of two of the biggest awarding body in the UK.
Award in Children & Young Adults
self – defence
SJA Self – Defence training course will prepare you for working as a Self – Defence instructor which gives you the benefit of allowing you to work with people who need help and support protecting themselves with their everyday needs.
Helping to teach others how to be safe and teach safe techniques to children and young adults . Based on our school programme SJA have ever confidence that you will come away from this course a better instructor
- 1 day course held every week
- Work as a Self – Defence trainer
- Self – Defence for children
- Train a Trainer
- Physical Intervention – the leading industry method of techniques
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The qualification comprises five mandatory units. The United Kingdom has some very undefined Laws pertaining personal self-defence.
The Law themselves are very clear, yet what is not so clear are the interpretations of those Laws. Put as simply as we can for the purposes of both this Course and the general understanding required by you the Law actually states that you are entitled to defend yourself using reasonable force.
- The Law on self-defence
- The Law and how clear it is
- Civil and criminal
- Indictable offence
Course Objectives & Outcomes
Assembly & Introduction
civil and criminal law
health and safety act 1974
decide how not to be a victim
describe common forms of contact
verbal and none verbal comunication
dealing with vulnerable people
kids and young adults training
1 day course
£115 for a one day childrens self- defence course
Here at SJA our pricing is in accordance with peoples nation living wage we offer each course at the lowest price possible . the self – defence course is a way of making that money back by doing our train the trainer course which when passed can give you another way to earn money and teach self- defence to pass on valuable knowledge learnt from our courses to the people who need it .
LEVEL 3 First aid at work (RQF)
3 day COURSE
This course is suitable for those who need to be First Aiders in the Workplace in accordance with the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.
This course can be adapted to suit a particular audience, for example, clerical or engineering staff.
Level 3 Award in Paediatric First Aid (RQF)
2 day course
Over a 2 day period, Learners will develop the skills and knowledge needed to deal with a range of paediatric first aid situations, including:
Assessing an emergency situation, dealing with an unresponsive infant or child, CPR, choking, meningitis, head and spinal injuries.
Level 3 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work (RQF)
1 day course
The QA Level 3 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work (RQF) is a regulated and nationally recognised qualification designed for those who have a specific responsibility at work, to provide first aid in a range of emergency first aid emergencies at work.
N.V.Q. LEVEL 2 SPECTATOR SAFETY TRAINING
5 day COURSE
This course is a short knowledge-based qualification which gives you an introduction to working in the spectator safety industry.
CITIZENAID FIRST AID TRAINING
3 hour COURSE
The QA Level 2 Award in citizen AID (RQF) is a regulated qualification designed to teach members of the public life-saving skills.
1 day COURSE
This course is aimed at work alone staff NHS staff and suppliers. Structuring and controlling the conversation
Listening and calming the situation
Acknowledging difficulties and customer emotions.
fight. flight. freeze.
Anger is either fully fledged rage or short term annoyance and is completely normal. When it gets out of control it can be destructive and make a person a threat. Violent incidents go through four basic stages. Frustration, Anger, Aggression, Violence. Knowing when and where to step in or not is the key to any decent Self - Defence system we at SJA would like to help.
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Frustration can be caused by a person, an event, personal problems that we worry about. We respond to anger aggressively as it provokes feelings which allow us to fight and defend ourselves when we are attacked. However we cannot attack every person who annoys us, laws stop that, or they should do.
A trigger is anything which may push a frustrated person into anger, aggression or violence. This makes the angry person difficult to deal with as the rational mind is replaced by the emotional mind. People have different trigger points from driving a car (road rage) to being ignored whist trying to order drinks at a bar.
Our inhibitors work most of the time to prevent people becoming aggressive or violent. This is of course the opposite to triggers However the use of drugs, alcohol or mental illness can either reduce or remove these inhibitors. Being part of a group can reduce the effect of inhibition on the individual as can the environment.
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