Level 1 – Coaching Assistant
The level 1 coaching assistant course is a 3 day course and the starting point for people who want to get into tennis coaching and become a coaching assistant. It will train people to:
• Organise tennis activity constructively and safely.
• Plan and deliver a structured lesson under the guidance of an accredited coach.
• Have basic knowledge of tactics, techniques and rules of tennis.
• Have a full understanding of the structure of Mini Tennis.
Level 1 Course Dates
4th/5th November 2017 and assessment 9th December 2017
3th/4th March 2018 and assessment 14th April 2018
Level 2 – Coaching Assistant
The level 2 coaching assistant course is a 5 day course aimed at those who want to further improve their coaching skills from Level 1 and be able to work with beginners in a group context, without direct line of sight supervision by a Level 3 or above Accredited+ coach.
• Plan and deliver a structured lesson using LTA level 2 coach resources
• Coach beginners in group settings
• Give advice on tactical and technical improvement for beginners
Level 2 Course Dates
14th/15th October 2017, 11th/12th November 2017 and assessment 10th December 2017
10th/11th February 2018, 17th/18th March2018 and assessment 15th April 2018
Level 3 – Coach Qualification
The level 3 coach qualification course a 13 day course and is for people who want to work full time within the tennis coaching profession. On successful completion of the coach qualification candidates will be able to:
• Coach beginners and improvers in groups and as individuals.
• Understand the basics of business management
• Manage the work of level 1 and 2 coaching assistants
Level 3 Course Dates
5th/6th/7th May 2018, 22nd/23rd/24th June 2018, 27th/28th/29th July 2018, 14th/15th/16th September assessment 12th October 2018
This Workshop is a ‘Minimum Standards for Active Coaches’ requirement for many governing bodies of sport*. The ‘Minimum Standards for Active Coaches’ are seen as the basic standards every coach needs to meet to carry out their role safely and effectively. It can also be attended by all those responsible for organising children’s sport (eg within governing bodies of sport, local authorities, sports and leisure centres, and sports clubs) and those who lead or deliver children’s sport programmes (eg coaches, leaders, instructors, development officials, administrators, volunteers and parents)
First Aid Course
Our Emergency First Aid at Work is an in-house comprehensive training programme suitable for staff in any sector, providing essential knowledge to ensure a safe working environment. The training is also available as an open course option, although the in-house version is recommended so that the training can be tailored to suit the delegates’ workplace. The course is delivered in one day (6 hours) and delegates will be assessed throughout the whole day with a certificate awarded upon successful completion.
Primary Schools Teachers Course
The three-hour ‘Primary School Teacher Training Course’ has been developed to give non-PE specialist teachers the confidence and tools to deliver tennis to a class of children in a small space. The course demonstrates how, with smaller courts, nets and rackets and lower bouncing balls, mini tennis can offer the perfect introduction to the sport, with all the fun and energy of the real thing.
If you wish to book onto a course please complete the relevant application form below and send via email to firstname.lastname@example.org for the attention of the booking co-ordinator. The bookings co-ordinator will then contact you to arrange payment and confirm your place on the course