Coaching

Become a Coach and inspire others to succeed! The role of a sports coach is to motivate and support people who want to develop new skills and begin a healthier lifestyle.

Coaching is one of the most rewarding roles in sport, success is not possible without quality coaching! Learning to become a Coach benefits you and the community, developing communication and analytical skills, teamwork and leadership.

Sports Development via coaching delivers positive aspects of an active life throughout the community.

Table Tennis England aims to provide a quality and inclusive coach education programme serving coaches of all abilities, provide specialist CPD and establish a World Class Coaching Framework.

To achieve this aim TTE organises the following coaching courses:

Introduction to Table Tennis | Introduction to Coaching | Teacher Award | UKCC endorsed 1st4Sport Level 1
UKCC endorsed 1st4Sport Level 2 | UKCC endorsed 1st4Sport Level 2 Bridging | UKCC endorsed 1st4Sport Level 3 | UKCC endorsed UCLan Level 4

For details on all courses and an outline of what is required to achieve each qualification please click here. For all of the UKCC qualifications, it is a pre-requisite for certification that candidates must hold a valid (within three years) sports coach UK ‘Safeguarding and Protecting Children’ workshop (3 hours) and a St John Ambulance Essential First Aid (Adult or ‘All Ages’) course (3 or 4 hours), or appropriate equivalents. The TTE Coach Licence Scheme is mandatory for all active TTE registered table tennis coaches in England, regardless of the environment in which they are coaching. The Licence period starts on 15th November each year and runs through to November 14th in the following year. Newly qualified coaches will be provided with a licence automatically through to the next 14th November after completing their award. For further details on the TTE Coach Licence Scheme please click here.

For details of any matters related to coaching locally please contact  Alan Hedley at [email protected]