Discover the steps you need to take to get started in coaching as well as finding out more information on how to develop the skill set you already have.
A key feature of successful tennis clubs is the ability of the coaches, management teams and other staff to work together.
A comprehensive tennis programme is the core of any well run place to play as it ensures the membership is engaged in the game, regardless of their reasons for playing, the key ones being; social, health, improvement and competition.
Jamie Evans, lead coach at Gosling High Performance Centre, talks about his experiences of working with a mentor to push his coaching to the next level.
If you’d like to take that first step on the ladder to becoming a tennis coach, or want to check out the latest coaching jobs in your area, the LTA has all the information you’ll require. Discover the pathway you’ll need to take and view the latest open tennis coaching jobs in your area.
Those who are just starting out will be able to find a number of tennis resources to help you on your way. Take a look at our sections on how to become a tennis coach and tennis coaching qualifications. More experienced tennis coaches will be able to find a variety of useful resources available on tennis coaching jobs, workshops and training.
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