Submit Your Job Advert

Thank you for choosing to advertise your vacancy on the LTA website. The Coaching Jobs page is a benefit of LTA Coach Accreditation and LTA Venue Registration and provides good exposure for your vacancy to the tennis industry.

Non-Accredited Coaches and non-registered venues are required 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 neither an LTA registered venue nor an an LTA 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)

£100

Non-LTA Accredited Coach (UK)

£100

International Venue / Coach

£200

Job Details

Please note, the job description/role should align with the minimum qualification. It is also important to consider the experience and training of a candidate when recruiting - not just the qualification in isolation. The below information may help you to decide what your minimum qualification requirements are;
 
The LTA Assistant (Level 1) trains candidates to assist the delivery of group coaching sessions and tennis activity, under the direct supervision of a coach that is at least a Level 2 Accredited coach
 
The LTA Instructor (Level 2) trains candidates to lead the delivery of group coaching and tennis activity sessions Best practice would be to work under a more experienced and qualified coach for guidance, mentoring and/or support. However, this is not a mandatory requirement from the LTA
 
The LTA Coach (Level 3) is the first award in the LTA pathway that specifically covers the competencies linked to delivering bespoke technical/tactical instruction i.e. private lessons/1to1 coaching. The LTA Coach (Level 3) curriculum builds on the Level 2 qualification, and covers a significantly wider range of competencies that support the role of a full time coaching professional.
 
For a more detailed overview of what each LTA Qualification trains cadidates on, please click here.
Please note, the job description/role should align with the minimum qualification. It is also important to consider the experience and training of a candidate when recruiting - not just the qualification in isolation. The below information may help you to decide what your minimum qualification requirements are;
 
The LTA Instructor (Level 2) trains candidates to lead the delivery of group coaching and tennis activity sessions Best practice would be to work under a more experienced and qualified coach for guidance, mentoring and/or support. However, this is not a mandatory requirement from the LTA
 
The LTA Coach (Level 3) is the first award in the LTA pathway that specifically covers the competencies linked to delivering bespoke technical/tactical instruction i.e. private lessons/1to1 coaching. The LTA Coach (Level 3) curriculum builds on the Level 2 qualification, and covers a significantly wider range of competencies that support the role of a full time coaching professional.
 
For a more detailed overview of what each LTA Qualification trains cadidates on, please click here.
Please note, the job description/role should align with the minimum qualification. It is also important to consider the experience and training of a candidate when recruiting - not just the qualification in isolation. The below information may help you to decide what your minimum qualification requirements are;
 
The LTA Coach (Level 3) is the first award in the LTA pathway that specifically covers the competencies linked to delivering bespoke technical/tactical instruction i.e. private lessons/1to1 coaching. The LTA Coach (Level 3) curriculum builds on the Level 2 qualification, and covers a significantly wider range of competencies that support the role of a full time coaching professional.
 
LTA Senior Coach (Level 4) builds on Level 3 knowledge and skills. They are trained to manage a team of coaches and have an advanced understanding of tactical and technical skills.
 
LTA Senior Performance Coach (Level 4) trains coaches to work with performance players in a performance
environment, manage a team of coaches, and specialises in player development at the national U14 level
 
LTA Master Coach (Level 5) trains candidates to manage 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 development/recreational participants
 
LTA Master Performance Coach (Level 5) trains coaches to work with performance players in a performance
environment, manage a team of coaches, and scecialises with athletes from U14 international level to Futures level.
 
For a more detailed overview of what each LTA Qualification trains cadidates on, please click here. Please note; Qualifications should be considered in combination with experience and training when assessing the competency of the coach or choosing them for a role.
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