Have a Tennis Australia Club Professional coach (or higher qualified) as a supervisor . Length: 17 days over 6 months. Cost: Course fee includes the cost of the Junior Development Coaching Course (incorporating Certificate III in Sport Coaching) $1,461 (incl. GST) plus Coach Membership* $399 (incl. GST) Total cost $1,860 (incl. GST).
The Junior Development Series is a group of tournaments managed by each state tennis association for beginner to intermediate players. Australian Ranking Points are not on offer at these events. > Find out more about the Junior Development Series.
The Junior Development Series (JDS) is a group of tournaments for beginner to intermediate players. TENNIS.COM.AU Leagues Schools Clubs Coaches Tournaments States Australian Open
This skill set is for those wishing to gain Tennis Australia Junior Development Coach accreditation, introducing the basic skills of tennis to junior players aged 4 - 12 years. Suggested words for Statement of Attainment
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Tennis Australia Coach Development are committed to the professional development of tennis coaches across the country. As an additional service within New South Wales, this EOI document allows the team to more specifically understand the upskilling required at different coaching businesses. Where prerequisites are met, the team may be able to deliver personalised workshops at the coaching business.
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conducted by Tennis Australia (TA). These include the Junior Development (JD) and Club Professional (CP) coaching qualification. Overall a total of 165 tennis coaches enrolled in the (JD) accreditation courses (n=91) and the Club Professional (CP) accreditation courses (n=74) between the later part of 2010 and early 2011