Level 2 Course Details
Who is the Level 2 course for?
The Level 2 tennis coaching assistant course helps Level 1 coaching assistants improve their coaching skills. After completing Level 2 training a coaching assistant will be able lead the delivery of group coaching and tennis activity sessions under the guidance of a Level 3, or higher, LTA Accredited or LTA Accredited+ coach.
How is the Level 2 course structured?
The course runs over 5 days. The days usually run from 9am to 5pm, but can vary at different venues.
Two consecutive days, Day 1 and Day 2
4 to 6 week break
During this break you must complete at least 4 hours of coaching experience with an LTA Accredited+ coach and work on 'My Training Diary’.
Two consecutive days, Day 3 and Day 4
4 to 6 week break
During this break you must complete at least another 4 hours of coaching experience with an LTA Accredited+ coach and finish work on 'My Training Diary’. You must ensure that you have completed your Training Diary and had it signed off by your course Tutor in order to be able to attend Day 5 of your course to carry out your on court summative assessment.
What will I learn?
• Warm ups.
• Technical and tactical
• Lesson structure
• Teaching progressions
• Core coaching skills.
• Working with disabilities
• Practical & portfolio assessment
Are there any pre-requisites?
To be allowed to begin the course, BEFORE day 1, you must have the following pre-requisites in place:
A current and valid LTA DBS Disclosure.
Please apply for this at LTA DBS disclosure application
Although most DBS applications are processed by the LTA within a fortnight, please be aware that it can take up to 2 months.
This process cannot be fast-tracked so apply as early as possible to avoid the disappointment of not being able to attend your level 2 course.
A current and valid OFQUAL Emergency First Aid at Work certificate.
You can apply for a course through Impact First Aid at: i2ctennis.co.uk/coach-education/firstaid
What does it cost?
The full course cost is £419.
How to book
Step 1. Check that you have all the pre-requisites in place.
Step 2. Choose your course venue.
Step 3. Decide when you’d like to attend - remember to check that you can attend all of 5 dates for your chosen course.
Step 4. Book and pay!
We will send you a confirmation email on receipt of your application and then prior to the start of the course we will email you all details relating to the course plus your login details to access ‘My Training Diary’.