The Referee Course is aimed at people with experience of organising competitions who would like to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to become a Tennis Referee.
Both days of the course are 9am-5.30pm
Attendees must be aged 16 or over and must be UK residents.
Attendees must have attended a Competition Organiser course or completed a Court Supervisor course or have previous experience of organising and running competitions. Those with previous experience can email email@example.com to confirm if they can bypass the Competition Organiser course.
Topics covered in the course will include:
- Fair Play
- Rules of Tennis
- Code of Conduct
- Refereeing duties
- Role of the Court Supervisor
- Handling Situations, such as on-court disputes
- Tournament Organisation
- Using TTP (Tennis Tournament Planner) software
- Tournament Experience
The course is pass/fail with the criteria for passing being:
- Assessment by the Tutor during the course
- Passing an exam on day two
- Holding an LTA Officials Licence
Passing the course will allow Referees to be eligible to referee at county level tournaments and court supervise at higher level tournaments.
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Sportspark, University Drive
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The Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) is the national governing body for tennis in Great Britain. Our vision is ‘Tennis opened up’, and our mission is to grow tennis by making it relevant, accessible, welcoming and enjoyable. We’re here to govern and develop tennis in Britain, from grassroots participation through to the professional game.
The LTA focuses on a number of key areas of work which include coach development, competition and major events, high performance support, officiating and participation support among others.
The LTA is responsible for the provision of:
- Assessments and Readiness Tests
- Competition Organiser Courses
- Senior, Master & Coach Tutor Courses
- Teacher Training Courses
- Time to Listen Courses