LTA Padel Instructor
The LTA Padel Instructor is a five day qualification (split into four core and one elective day), is ideal for those looking to deliver excellent group lessons for adult and junior players.
There are two separate components to LTA Qualifications: Training and Assessment.
- Training: The LTA Padel Instructor course consists of five days of face-to-face training, separated by a minimum of four weeks. This allows time for eight hours’ work experience and coursework completion).
For the LTA Padel Instructor course, the five days of learning are split into core and elective days. There are four days of core training and one day of elective. Core and elective training is booked (and paid for) on the LTA Course Search Tool.
- Assessment: Final assessments are conducted during a real-life lesson of your choice, at a padel venue of your choice. Assessments are recorded by you (using smartphone equipment) and then submitted virtually by video upload. For more details please see the Assessments page.
For optimal course quality and impact, the LTA Padel Instructor has prerequisites to ensure that the course demands are aligned with your existing knowledge and skills. For LTA Padel Instructor, these are:
- Successful completion of the LTA Padel Instructor Readiness Test. The Readiness Test can take up to two weeks to be assessed once submitted - please allow sufficient time for this when signing up for the course.
- Be LTA Accredited or hold a DBS/PVG Enhanced Check with Child Barred List certificate applied for in the past 12 months through LTA/Tennis Scotland (volunteer certificates cannot be accepted). A DBS can be accepted if you are on the Update Service - see here for more details. Please note that it may take at least eight weeks for a DBS to be processed and you must hold a valid DBS certificate upon booking.
- Candidates must fully complete five training days (core and elective) and all coursework tasks before they can book their final assessment. The elective day can be completed before, during or after the Core Training.
- Hold a valid First Aid certificate of competence - this is to ensure you are safe to practice upon qualifying.
The LTA is committed to ensuring that our qualifications are accessible for all, which is why it is vital that all candidates where possible outline any reasonable adjustments/or special considerations you may require prior to attending the course. Please use this link to outline to the LTA and Course Tutor the additional support needs that you will require on this course in order to maximise your learning.
The final decision made by the LTA Reasonable Adjustment & Special Consideration Requests panel cannot be challenged.
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