Free Education for our Valued Tennis Providers
September 30, 2020
Throughout September, USTA Middle States presented The Tennis Conference as a digital training experience, organized as a benefit to the outstanding provider network of USTA Middle States and beyond.
The Tennis Conference took place on Zoom with experts from across the industry covering numerous topics that are relevant to the business needs of tennis organizations and teaching professionals. Speakers presented on these topics using real-life examples that helped attendees think through achievable outcomes for their organization and themselves. CEOs from the USTA, USPTA, and PTR also hosted sessions about their organizations and the health of the industry.
Continuing Education Credits are available for those who participated live, or those who re-watch the recorded sessions. Contact the USTA Middle States team for more information about credits.ADVERTISEMENT
Relive The Tennis Conference today by viewing the 19 recorded sessions below:
USTA State of the Union
Michael Dowse, Rebecca Halpern & Ben Zislis
Growing Your Business Through Adult Programming
Dana Squelch-Costa, Tim Fitzgerald, Thomas Johnston, Phil Myers, Ellah Nze & Wilson Pipkin
Tennis in PE: Teacher's Panel
Derrick Billups, Renee Lentz, Jim McPartlin, Frannie Slabonik & Kristopher Williams
Grant Success Stories
Kerriann Herdelin, Ryan Knarr, Jackie Materasso, Renee Bridges & Nancy Wilkins
Are Tennis Coaches Physical Educators?
Building Successful Junior Programs
USPTA State of the Union
John Embree & Tim Irwin
PTR State of the Union
Dan Santorum & Delaine Mast
Navigating the Changing Landscape in the Tennis Industry
Anne Davis, Jim Flesch, April Gift, Ron Nano & Gina Pileggi
Creating a Competitive Experience
From Program to Platform - How Serve Tennis Drives Your Tennis Business
Alanna Broderick & Kathy Myers
Tournament Director's Workshop
Mike Kennedy & Laurie Schwepfinger
Cardio Tennis | USTA Update
Simple Marketing & Content Development for your Organization
Michael Gladysz & Lauren Simeone
Questions? Contact the Middle States Community Development department here.