Recreational Coach Workshops:
A Recreational Coach Workshop (RCW) is an interactive, on-court training program designed for tennis teachers and coaches working with players at the recreational level. Taught by a specially trained, certified teaching professional, this active 6-hour session covers:
- Teaching large groups
- The games-based approach to coaching
- The QuickStart Tennis format
- Running effective team practices
- The Top 10 Games Every Coach Should Know
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. Faculty are all certified by the Professional Tennis Registry and/or U.S. Professional Tennis Association and have received special training from the USTA.
Workshops must have a minimum of 20 participants. You don't have 20 participants in your community? Consider inviting coaches from surrounding communities, or co-host the RCW with another agency. If your Park & Recreation Agency, Club, NJTL, community tennis association or other organization is interested in hosting one of these workshops, please visit www.usta.com/rcw.
Recreational QuickStart Tennis Workshops
This is an on-court workshop designed for beginning tennis teachers and parent coaches working with age 10-&-under youth. The 3-hour workshop covers essential information on coaching young children. Information is age specific and will include warm-up activities, skill development, games and cool-down activities.
Workshops must have a minimum of 20 participants. You don't have 20 participants in your community? Consider inviting coaches from surrounding communities, or co-host the RCW with another agency. If your Park & Recreation Agency, Club, NJTL, community tennis association or other organization is interested in hosting one of these workshops, please email email@example.com or visit http://10andundertennis.com.
USTA Community Tennis Development Workshop:
The Community Tennis Development Workshop is the perfect opportunity for organizations to enhance skills and knowledge related to tennis programming and management, including networking with over 500 individuals across the U.S. Please save the dates for next year's CTDW. The 2012 CTDW will be from January 13-15, 2012 in New Orleans, LA. Click here for more details. We are currently accepting session proposals through June 17, 2011.
Each year, the United States Tennis Association makes available full scholarships for designated Tennis In the Parks agencies to attend the USTA Community Tennis Development Workshop (CTDW). This workshop is an in-depth educational experience in community tennis programming, facility design and maintenance, fundraising and non-profit management.
USTA Tennis Teachers Conference:
The 2011 USTA Tennis Teacher’s Conference will tentatively take place August 27-30, 2011 at the Grand Hyatt New York in New York City. Updated information for the event will be available soon.
NRPA Congress & Exposition
in Atlanta, GA
Nov. 1 - 3, 2011
Join thousands of park and recreation professionals, citizen advocates, industry suppliers and others in Atlanta for the 2011 NRPA Congress & Exposition. Don't miss hundreds of education sessions, endless networking opportunities and the latest products and services from nearly 500 exhibitors. For more information, visit: www.nrpa.org.
National Public Parks Tennis Championships:
The 85th Annual National Public Parks Tennis Championships will take place from July 28-Aug. 2, 2011, at the Baseline Tennis Center in Minneapolis, MN, and will feature events for juniors and adults. The tournament is open to all USTA members. Learn more about the National Public Park Tennis Association and Championships at www.nppta.org.