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The Tennis Nova Scotia winter Instructor Course is open for registration!

Commitment:
2 weekends (both weekends mandatory)
Regrouping 1:
January 28th -30th
Regrouping 2:
February 11th-13th

Times: Fridays 5-8.30pm, Saturdays and Sundays 08.30am-5.30pm.
Location: Atlantic Tennis Centre, 50 Verdi Drive, Bedford NS. B4A 0C3
Cost: $400 per person (candidates responsible for own lunches)
Course Facilitators: Marijke Nel and Steve Mahar
Registration deadline: January 14th, 5pm
Minimum age: 16 years (may take the course at 15 years and be evaluated, but can
only be certified on 16th birthday)
Minimum skill level: 3.0
Registration link: https://www.tpaadmin.ca/Members/InstructorCourseSignup.aspx?enc=tpCrktSqgvzKVg/U0fb9o+BONjsGcPzUW6GBQE7/LqQ=

Instructors are trained to introduce players to the game using Progressive Tennis in group lessons (1.0 – 2.5 level) at tennis clubs, parks, community courts and in school gyms. The mission of the Instructor Course is to develop instructors who will stimulate players’ growth and retention, and promote tennis as a sport for life, by delivering a quality tennis program.

Queries: mnel@sportnovascotia.ca

Club Pro 1 Course

Tennis Nova Scotia is pleased to announce that it will be offering a Club Pro 1 course on the following dates (all weekends mandatory):
October 29th-31st
November 12th-14th
December 3rd-5th
Time: 9am-5pm daily
Location: Atlantic Tennis Centre, 50 Verdi Drive, Bedford NS. B4A 0C3
Cost: $ 500 per person
Requirements: Instructor certification, 17 years minimum age, 4.5 skill level, 150 hours of working experience.
Course Facilitators: Marijke Nel and Steve Mahar
Queries: mnel@sportnovascotia.ca
Registration link:

https://www.tpaadmin.ca/Members/ClubProSignup.aspx?EventID=73976

Club Professional 1’s are trained with the skills required to become an entry level assistant pro at an indoor facility or community club leader. This course develops the skills and attributes required to deliver private and group lessons (1.0 – 3.5 level), design basic lesson content, run introductory programs (socials, round robins and tournaments) and provide solid customer service to members.