Level 4 coaching qualification (SCC/SPC or former equivalent). Be an LTA Accredited+ coach. Successful completion of the Coach Tutor Qualification (CTQ) course. Be able to demonstrate experience of running in-service training or leading a team. Find out more about becoming a coach tutor.
This step is only for those coaches who are eligible to apply for an assessment on the 1st4sport Level 3 Certificate in Coaching Tennis. You must complete any two approved LTA CPD Courses (excluding the online CPD Courses) to ensure that all accredited coaches working in the UK have knowledge of the latest information, products and programmes.
Level 3 - Tennis Coach Qualification. The level 3 coach qualification course is for people who want to work full time within the tennis coaching profession. On successful completion of the coach qualification candidates will be trained to: Coach beginners and improvers in groups and as individuals. Understand the basics of business management.
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The MPC is currently being re-written and this new programme will be aimed at coaches completely invested in performance and working full-time with players on the Player Pathway. More detail of this will follow by the end of the year. If you are interested in applying for the new course, please complete the Expression of Interest form on the ...
What is the salary of a Tennis coach in the UK? An individual who was able to take a series of Tennis training and lessons, may have the opportunity and chance to be a professional Tennis Coach. A Tennis Coach may have an average salary of £14.78 net per hour (£14,521 - £60,942 Gross salary).
LTA Padel Coaching Qualification. Due to the ongoing Coronavirus situation LTA coach education courses are currently postponed meaning we are unable to launch the revamped LTA Padel coaching pathway. We are working hard with our team of experts to re-structure our padel courses and align to the LTA tennis coaching pathway and hope to go live ...
The University of Stirling is home to the Scottish National Tennis Centre and was ranked second in the BUCS 2016–17 total points table for tennis. The University of Stirling was also the training base where stellar player Andy Murray developed his skills and recently awarded him a doctorate for his contribution to tennis.
Peter Fryer is a tennis writer and coach based in Derry Northern Ireland. He completed his professional teaching tennis qualification shortly after finishing university and has been teaching tennis for over 13 years. Peter began Love Tennis Blog in 2010 and contributes to the BBC and national media outlets.