November 18


This informative workshop is run across the country and is an interactive 2.5 hour session designed to provide parents with the knowledge and skills needed to optimally support their child at tennis competitions.The workshop is aimed at parents with children between the ages of 9 and 14 years who have either just started competing or who pay regularly in competitions.

Are you looking to take your coaching career to the next level?

Tennis Scotland is delivering a LTA Level 3 course starting in February 2019. The LTA level 3 coach qualification course is for coaches who want to work full time within the tennis coaching profession. On successful completion of the coach qualification candidates will be able to:

•Coach beginners and improvers in groups and as individuals

•Understand the basics of business management

•Understand the competitive structure in the UK

•Manage the work of level 1 and 2 coaching assistants

 For more information on the LTA Level 3 course, please click here.

Are you looking to take your coaching career to the next level?

Applications are now open for the LTA Level 3 course in Scotland starting in February 2019. The LTA Level 3 coach qualification course is for coaches who want to work full time within the tennis coaching profession. On successful completion of the coach qualification candidates will be able to:

• Coach beginners and improvers in groups and as individuals
• Understand the basics of business management
• Understand the competitive structure in the UK
• Manage the work of Level 1 and 2 coaching assistants

Durham's Harry Cookson and Lucia Rizza from Edinburgh won the final leg of Scotland's 2018 British Tour FAST4 circuit played at the Western club, Glasgow at the weekend.
Cookson, the second seed, beat the host club's Matthew Gibson-Smith 4-2 4-1 in the men's final with Rizza overcoming Rosie Sterk 4-3 4-1 to take the women's title.

Salary: £22,000 - £26,500 
Contract Type: Full time 
Location: Stirling 
Closing date: 5pm 12th December 2018 

JOB DESCRIPTION

Tennis Scotland are looking to appoint a National Academy Performance Co-ordinator. This is a unique and exciting opportunity as Tennis Scotland delivers and operates a new GB National Academy at the University of Stirling, a crucial part of the vision to make Britain one of the most respected nations in the world for player development. The central Scottish location is strategically important and at the centre of our tennis development plans with partners the University of Stirling, sportscotland Institute of Sport and our National Player Programme. 

Calling all Districts....... This is your opportunity to help shape the future of tennis in Scotland we are looking for a talented individual to join our Board of Directors as Vice President.  The role of a Vice President is forever changing along with the landscape of our Sport and we are keen for YOU to be part of our team.  

 
 

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