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Move Tennis Forward

The tennis industry is primed for growth, and becoming a certified teaching professional is one way to help build your career. The two organizations that certify individuals, the United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA) and the Professional Tennis Registry (PTR) are fully accredited by the USTA.

What are the benefits of becoming a certified coach?

  • Advanced certification with a defined career pathway
  • Workshops that focus on experiential learning for optimal growth
  • Robust offering of online courses for easily accessible training
  • Job placement services to help jumpstart your career
  • Apprenticeship programs to earn money while furthering your education
  • Free Safe Play training and background screening to help ensure a safer environment
  • Continuing education to enhance skills and create new opportunities

USPTA

As a USTA accredited organization, the USPTA is charged with administering the tennis-teaching certification program outlined by the USTA and its Accreditation Review Board.

PTR

As a USTA accredited organization, PTR is working to elevate the resources available to coaches pursuing certification, while enhancing the growth and success of your coaching career.

Professional Tennis Management

There are more job opportunities in tennis than ever before. In addition to a teaching professional pathway, you can complement a four-year bachelor’s degree with a concentration in Professional Tennis Management at select colleges across the country. In addition, graduate degree opportunities and continuing education programs are available, leading to jobs in business, marketing, technology and facility management.

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