Anyone interested in learning the basics of coaching and teaching tennis or seeking a refresher on more current methods and effective tools should attend a USTA Recreational Coach Workshop.
Taught by a specially trained, certified teaching professional, this active six-hour session covers:
- The top 10 games every coach should know
- The games-based approach to coaching
- Teaching large groups
- Running effective team practices
- QuickStart Tennis Format
When: Saturday, February 5, 2011, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Where: Cypress College Tennis Center
9200 Valley View Street, Cypress, CA, 90630
Contact: RSVP by Feb. 2, 2011
Jeff Benito, 714-484-7358; firstname.lastname@example.org
Who attends a Recreational Coach Workshop?
These workshops are an excellent primer for new coaches as well as a valuable refresher course for those with teaching experience but who seek more current methods and effective tools. Past attendees include:
- Parents seeking the basics in coaching and organizing team tennis
- Park and Recreation instructors, high school, and seasonal coaches
- Coaches teaching kids and adults who are new to the game
- Current players seeking part-time teaching jobs
Upon completion of the six-hour workshop, attendees will:
- Be eligible for the United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA) Developmental Coach Classification
- Be able to effectively run entry level groups and teams
- Receive access to the latest in transition ball technology and additional coaching resources
Our faculty are all certified by the Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) and/or USPTA and have received special training from the USTA.
The USTA assigns trainers based on reasonable time and travel requirements. Once a trainer is assigned to a workshop, he or she will work with the host site director to ensure all appropriate arrangements are made for a successful workshop. Workshops must have a minimum of 20 participants.
Why host a workshop?
Providing high quality instructors and coaches will make your program more attractive to local consumers. Plus, as a Host site you will receive even more benefits from the USTA:
- Financial reimbursement based upon completed evaluations
- Certified trainer at no cost to the workshop host
- Customizable marketing materials to promote the workshop
- Youth and adult curriculum materials
- USTA Teaching Group Tennis and Games Approach to Coaching videos
If your Park & Recreation Agency, Club, NJTL, Community Tennis Association, or other organization is interested in hosting one of these workshops, please visit the RCW Host Site Resource page at USTA.com/coaches/recreation.
The Southern California section is one of the largest contributors of tennis talent and innovative programming of all the 17 USTA sections. To learn more about the SCTA's exciting programming, including the LA Tennis Open, visit http://www.scta.usta.com/ .