Courses & Workshops Calendar



Please find below the full list of Coaches Courses confirmed for 2016. Courses will be added as and when they are confirmed. For more information on any of the courses contact the National Association hosting the event except where a specific link is provided. The contact details of all National Associations can be found by using the following link: National Associations

2016 COACHES COURSES

16/17 & 30/31 January
ITF Play Tennis Course - Honduras

19 - 22 January
ITF Play Tennis Course - Managua, Nicaragua

14 - 17 January 
Grand Slam Coaches Conference by Tennis Australia - Melbourne, Australia

26 January - 24 April
ITF/OS Coaching Beginner & Intermediate Players Course (modular) - Sarajevo, Siroki Brijeg, Banja Luka, Bosnia & Herzegovina

2 - 12 February
ITF/OS Coaching Beginner & Intermediate Players Course - Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

29 February - 4 March
ITF Play Tennis Course - Beijing, China

11 - 19 March
ITF/OS Coaching Beginner & Intermediate Players Course - Tegucigalpa, Honduras

27 March - 7 April
ITF/OS Coaching Beginner & Intermediate Players Course - Tashkent, Uzbekistan

4 - 11 April
ITF Coaching High Performance Players Course (Level 3) - Bogota, Colombia

4 - 13 April
ITF/OS Conditioning Course for Beginner & Intermediate Tennis Players and Physical Conditioning Workshop - Cairo, Egypt

8 - 26 April
ITF Short Courses on Mental Training and Parents Seminar - Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama

12 - 15 April
ITF Conditioning Course for Beginner & Intermediate Tennis Players - Bogota, Colombia

17 - 20 April
ITF Conditioning Course for Beginner & Intermediate Tennis Players - Caracas, Venezuela

19 - 30 April
ITF/OS Coaching Advanced Players Course - Freetown, Sierra Leone

28 April - 1 May
OS Women in Tennis Coaches Conference - Poland

23 May - 3 June
ITF/OS Coaching Advanced Players Course - Accra, Ghana

1 - 4 November
16th ITF/OS South American Regional Coaches Conference - Santa Marta, Colombia



DID YOU KNOW?

All ITF Courses are run through the national tennis association in each country, and the qualification gained at the end of the course represents a qualification recognised by the national association, not an ITF qualification. The ITF do not certify coaches. Through the ITF Coach Education programme, the ITF assists national tennis associations which do not already have a certification system in place to run their own coaches courses.

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