Tennis NZ Course & Qualification Opportunities

Course & Workshop Calendar

View a list of this years Tennis NZ Coach Development Courses and workshops currently scheduled. 

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Hot Shots Community Play Deliverers Course

The Hot Shots Community Play Deliverers Course offers the opportunity to experience Tennis Hot Shots activities and learn how to deliver fun, engaging activities for Hot Shots at your club or school.

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Coaching Fundamentals

This free online course is for anyone interested in getting into coaching or wanting to gain a better understanding of the tennis coaching environment in New Zealand. 

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Coaching Assistant Course

The Tennis NZ Coaching Assistant Course is the first step of the Coach Development Pathway. This course is designed to train coaches to develop the skills of Hot Shots players and beginners.

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Development Coach

The Development qualification focuses on planning, delivering and reflecting on coaching sessions and creating positive learning environments for children.

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Club Professional

The Club Professional qualification prepares coaches to become head coaching professionals at tennis clubs and centres.

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Recognition of Current Competence 

The RCC process allows coaches with historical qualifications or qualifications gained overseas to be assessed (both on-court and off-court) with the aim of attaining a current Tennis New Zealand coaching qualification.  

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Are you on our coach register? 

Learn what it is and also what is required to be on the Coach Register and the Find a Coach tool.

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Workshops, Conferences and Online Learning

Continue your professional development through a range of short workshops, conferences and online learning.

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Coaching Pathways

There are many different ways tennis coaches and deliverers develop, both formal (courses & qualifications) and informal (on-court & off-court mentoring).  Discover the types of formal coach development opportunities offered in New Zealand and an explanation of their intended audience.

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