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Become a Coach for USTA National Junior Competition Team Events
USTA Northern California is looking for coaches to work with our junior players at our USTA National Junior Competition Team Events. We have many different coaching opportunities to offer and will be accepting applications for NorCal Team Events at the beginning of each year, so be sure to apply early.
Our goal is to partner with top coaches in Northern California and provide opportunities to help these coaches in their efforts to develop the next generation of great players within the section. Selection criteria, compensation, and time commitment will vary for each coaching opportunity.
Coach Youth Tennis Certification Courses
USTA launched an educational curriculum program, “Coach Youth Tennis” to improve the quality and standards of teaching tennis to kids and enhance the long-term development of children in the sport. ADVERTISEMENT The program consists of a series of online courses and a hands-on workshop introducing participants to the fundamentals required for success in working with children ages 10 and under.
The USTA worked in collaboration with the Professional Tennis Registry (PTR), the United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA), and the United States Olympic Committee (USOC), in developing the curriculum, which serves as a pathway to Tennis Professional Certification through the PTR and USPTA certification programs. Beginning in 2014, all individuals who want to become a certified teaching professional will need to complete the “Coach Youth Tennis” curriculum. Visit Net Generation for more information.
USTA High Performance Coaching Program & Certification
USTA Player Development established a Coaching Education Department to provide coaches throughout the country with a Teaching and Coaching Philosophy and methodology that will enhance their teaching and training efforts, and provide them with a vehicle for transmitting their knowledge to today’s junior players and tomorrow’s Champions. If you are working with High Performance players and are interested in this program, contact USTA NorCal at 510-748-7373 to find out more information.
Find workshops & certifications on our NorCal Registration.