The WJJC is divided into different departments dealing with specific fields of self-defense. The Police and Military Department, for instance, deals with Security Professionals' training such as soldiers, policemen and so on. Their training is highly professional. They are taught, and they become adept in, handcuffing techniques, professional use of the police tonfa or police stick, blockings, knife defense, close combat and so on. Such techniques are crucial for security professionals to safely and successfully face the many, dangerous situations in which they find themselves. The WJJD (Women Ju-Jitsu Department) focuses on the female world by means of a program that includes anti-rape techniques, anti-assault techniques and specific close-combat training.
Taking advantage of its founder's international experience, the WJJC has set up a department that offers professional training for police and military. The Professional Technical program consists of training in handcuffing, blocking, control and restraint techniques, professional use of the police tonfa, close combat, knife and bottle defense techniques, gun and knife disarm techniques, professional use of the police stick and much more.
The armed forces need specific close-combat training.
After more than ten years teaching military training, the World Ju-Jitsu Corporation has developed a special syllabus for students to improve their professional skills at close combat, military dagger use, disarm and sentry disarm.
Such training is intensive and difficult and requires total commitment of the student to reach the set goals.
He whose job is in Security, would benefit greatly from attending a WJJC Professional, Self Defense Training course.
Apart from the requisite intensive training, we also expect total commitment on the part of the student so that he may learn effectively.
The number of possible participants at Security Service courses, organized by WJJC, is limited.
The WJJD or Women's Ju-Jitsu Department is the female sector of the World Ju-Jitsu Corporation.
Such a sector was set up to give special attention to women's issues. The number of women who practice Ju-Jitsu is consistently increasing in terms of both involvment and technical skills. The female department is very much important for us, we've always been corcerned with the issue of the weakest, so we've set up a special women's department that, during the year, organizes special seminars just for women and girls.