The Ju Jitsu Instructors Alliance was established in 1998 and is instrumental in preseving the integrity of the Ju Jitsu being taught throughout it's affiliated clubs. The J.J.I.A also recognises the need to preserve the Australian history of Ju Jitsu and as part of it's charter will help clubs that may lose their leader due to sickness or death. In the past clubs have disappeared due to guidance not being available to the person next in line within a given club.
The Ju Jitsu Instructors Alliance recognises Instructors for their ability, dedication to students and their development of Ju Jitsu techniques.
The Ju Jitsu Instructors Alliance expects all affiliated instructors to abide by the Alliances code of conduct and will terminate the membership of any instructor that breaks the code.
* To preserve the integrity of the art of ju jitsu taught in Australia.
* To support fellow instructors and maintain a recognised grading board to over see black belt gradings to the rank of 3rd dan.
* To recognise fellow instructors for their contribution to the art of Ju Jitsu.
* To advise new instructors in the set up and operation of their own dojo.
* To promote a code of conduct that will protect both the participants and the name of Ju Jitsu.
* To share in the development of new techniques so as to ensure that Ju Jitsu continues to evolve and adapt to the times that we live in.
* To deliver comprehensive instruction in the art of Ju Jitsu in an environment that is suitable to men, women and children of all ages and abilities.
* To share in inter club activities such as training camps and seminars to foster an environment of comradeship with fellow Ju Jitsuians.