Submit Your Job Advert

Thank you for choosing to advertise your vacancy on the LTA website.

The Coaching Jobs page is a great advertising opportunity for any venue or company looking to employ a coach for their workforce.

As a benefit of LTA Venue Registration and LTA Coach Accreditation, advertising is free of charge. If you not accredited or an LTA registered venue then you will need to pay an advertising fee (further details can be found below).

To ensure this role is uploaded swiftly, please complete all the fields in this form to the best of your knowledge.

Coach/Venue Details

As you are not an LTA registered venue or an accredited coach, we will contact you to discuss how to pay the advertising cost. The pricing structure can be seen below:

Advertising Body

Cost

Non-LTA Registered Venue (UK)

£50

Non-LTA Accredited Coach (UK)

£50

International Venue / Coach

£100

Job Details

Please note, the job description/role should align with the qualitication delivery as outlined below. 
 
Level 1 delivery
- Trained to assist the delivery of group coaching sessions and tennis activity
sessions in clubs and tennis centres, schools, park sites and leisure facilities
- They must be acting under the direct supervision of a coach that is at least a
Level 2 Accredited coach
 
Level 2 delivery
Trained to lead the delivery of group coaching and tennis activity sessions with
beginners in clubs and tennis centres, schools, park sites and leisure facilities
- It is recommended by LTA that a Level 2 work under the umbrella programme
of a Level 3 coach where possible and where the Level 3 can provide support
and guidance
Please note, the job description/role should align with the qualitication delivery as outlined below. 
 
Level 3 Coach
The LTA’s base qualification for fully qualified coaches. A Level 3 Coach
is trained to work with players across beginner and intermediate to more
advanced levels. The main development from a Level 2 is that candidates are
trained in depth on the coaching process, to be able to skilfully analyse and
improve player capabilities.
- They can also manage the work of Level 1 and 2 coaching assistants
 
Level 4 Senior Club Coach
In addition to the Level 3 skills, they are trained to manage a team of coaches
and have an advanced understanding of tactical and technical skills
 
Level 4 Senior Performance Coach
- They are trained to deliver high level coaching skills in a performance
environment, manage a team of coaches and know how to work with national
level U14 players
 
Level 5 Master Coach
- On top of managing a team of coaches, they are trained how to mentor them,
manage club programmes and implement new structures/products as well as
deliver high quality sessions to all types of club members
 
Level 5 Master Performance Coach
- They are trained how to develop the ‘performer’ and ‘tennis player’ of British
high performance players, from U14 international level to Futures level
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