Young people (aged 16 – 24) in judo have usually been involved in the sport for several years. Many have had amazing experiences from which they’ve learned a lot and formed their own opinions and ideas.

We want to provide support for young people in order for them to intern support their clubs and/or community. To help us all achieve this we are launching a ‘Young Leader Programme’, the first of its kind for young judoka in Scotland, and to give us the best chance of getting this right – we want to hear from you.

We want to know how we can best help young people shape the future of judo in Scotland. What specific skills and knowledge would help young people make better contributions to the sport, their personal development or their wider communities?

If you are a young person between the ages of 16-24 or you are currently in a position as a Club Leader (committee member, club coach, safeguarding officers, club management etc) please take a few moments to help shape the future of judo in Scotland by filling in the attached form appropriate to you.

Watch our short video to hear how Sam, and the team at JudoScotland, are hoping to support you.

How to get involved:

Click below if you are between the ages of 16-24 and want to help us learn what roles and activities you have the opportunity to perform in your clubs.

Please note, both surveys close on Sunday 12th November.

Young People Survey

Click below if you are a club leader and you can share your experiences as to what roles and activities young people in JudoScotland clubs perform.

Club Leader Survey