After achieving an ITF junior ranking of 496, and enjoying a successful playing career, I transitioned in to coaching to become the national coach of Malta, at the age of 24. My coaching journey then took me to Salisbury, where I have developed the performance programme taking junior players to compete at county national and international level.
- First Aid trained
- Safeguarding Child Protection trained
- Accredited to coach adults
- Accredited to coach children
|Course||Training type||Completion date||CPD Credits/ Hours|
|Safeguarding & Protection in Tennis||Workshops||15/03/2022||3.0|
|First Aid Course||First Aid Courses||11/03/2022||6.0|
|First Aid Course - 2019 (External Provider)||First Aid Courses||15/03/2019||6.0|
|Safeguarding & Protection in Tennis - South West||Workshops||07/11/2018||3.0|
|Coaching Kids 4 Self Belief - Child Centred Coaching On-line Course||Online Tests||09/02/2018||6.0|
Coach Accreditation is the LTA’s professional membership scheme for coaches. Being accredited ensures that a coach is qualified, insured and meets safe-to-practice standards, such as first aid and safeguarding training. An Accredited+ coach also commits to a minimum of 15 hours of professional development training each year.
Qualifications range from 1 to 5 and indicate the level of formally-assessed training a coach has completed. Coaches begin the LTA Qualification pathway at LTA Assistant (Level 1) and are able to train up to Master Coach (Level 5), the highest available LTA qualification. When choosing a coach we recommend taking into account qualifications, experience and ongoing CPD training, which can be seen in their 'Recently completed training courses' tab.
All coaches displayed on this tool are committed to delivering tennis to people of all backgrounds including disability, faith, gender identity, race, sex and sexual orientation.