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LTA Workshops

All 3 hour workshops cost £30 and 6 hours £60.

The main objective of the course is to learn how to assist an LTA licensed coach with groups of mini tennis players.

 

Adult Tennis - 6 hours (£60)

This course is open to coaches with the 1st4sport Level 2 Certificate in Coaching (Level 2 Coaching Assistant) or above and Registered or Licensed and will be available from February 2013.

 


 

Cardio Tennis - 6 hours (£60)

Cardio Tennis is a fun fitness based tennis product. Coaches will be taught how to structure this high energy tennis work out delivered to music through fast paced drills.

 

At the end of the 6 hour workshop coaches will have:

  • Ideas for warm ups, drill based and play based drills
  • Learned how to use heart rate monitors
  • Learned how to structure a cardio session effectively
  • Ideas for increasing revenue and how to include Cardio within the club programme
  • Linking match charting to player development
  • Ideas for increasing revenue and how to include Cardio within the club programme

*Candidates must be Level 2 Registered or above

 


 

Developing Your Programme - Adults - 6 hours (£60)

The Developing your programme - adults workshop will help coaches grow their adult coaching programme. The workshop takes coaches through the essential marketing steps needed including understanding barriers, targeting your customers, developing promotional resources (etc etc).


On Court coaches will be introduced to the new Tennis Xpress course - a new 6 week course designed to get adult players kick started in the game, playing matches and having fun. Coaches will leave the course with all the resources necessary to market their programme and launch the new Tennis Xpress course.

Disability Awareness - 6 hours (£60)

The course is designed to provide coaches with a basic level of knowledge and confidence to deliver traditional and modified versions of tennis to pupils of all disabilities


The course will cover an overview of all disability impairment groups, as well as looking at practical implications for coaches to assist them in developing either an integrated programme or to introduce specific disability sessions



The course will be both practical and theory and will take place on court to include working with disabled players

 


 

Mini Tennis - 6 hours (£60)

This CPD is aimed at coaches with limited experience of Mini Tennis, newly qualified Level 3 Coaches and Level 2 Coaching Assistants booked onto a Level 3 Course and old Level 4 coaches wishing to upgrade. Course Objectives:

  • Parents - managing expectations, education, tapping into their enthusiasm and utilising their skills on and off the court
  • How to work with Tennis Leaders and Level 1 Coaching Assistants to support on and off court work
  • Maximising the use of small spaces and large numbers
  • Designing a programme structure that includes awards and competition
  • Understanding the other sporting competition and upping the tennis offer
  • Tapping into the nursery market with tots tennis
  • Update on the ITF Rule Change and refresh of the LTA Mini Tennis Award
 


 

Technical/Tactical & Competition Planning - 6 hours (£60)

This course will cover the latest tactical and technical updates from the modern game and show how to apply them to all levels of players. The development of players tactically and technically will then be related to the competition structure within British Tennis and how to plan for your player's competition schedule.


This CPD is aimed at coaches who hold at least a Level 3 qualification. It is specifically aimed at coaches who qualified a few years ago and who wish to update their old DCA or CCA qualification to the new Level 3 Coach or Level 4 Senior Club qualification.



Course Objectives:

  • Coaches to understand game situations and stroke intentions
  • how to apply game situations and stroke intentions to the analysis phase of the coaching process.
  • Developing the coaching process with practical application of ball characteristics
  • Match Charting
  • Linking match charting to player development
  • Competition Planning
 


 

Working in Schools - 6 hours (£60)

This course is aimed at coaches looking to develop their skills to deliver tennis within a school environment and will cover:


The course will cover an overview of all disability impairment groups, as well as looking at practical implications for coaches to assist them in developing either an integrated programme or to introduce specific disability sessions


  • Working with large groups
  • Working in small spaces
  • Working in primary, special and secondary schools
  • How school sport works - who to speak to?
  • How to develop successful school club links
  • How to use tennis to deliver the PE curriculum
  • What resources and support are available for schools

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