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Recreational Coach Workshops

 

RCW
RCWs are interactive, fun, on-court training programs
held throughout the country for those interested in
working with players at the recreational level.
College students are often looking for a summer job, a part-time job, or a way to earn extra money on the weekends.  Those who are tennis players should consider becoming tennis coaches or teachers.

The USTA offers a six-hour Recreational Coach Workshop (RCW), perfect for those interested in learning the basics of teaching and coaching tennis to beginners, teams, and groups.  RCWs are interactive, fun, on-court training programs held throughout the country for those interested in working with players at the recreational level.

Why should a college student become a tennis coach or teacher?

  • It can be a challenging, interesting, and potentially lucrative full-time career.
  • It can be a good source of part-time income.

Coaching requires and provides evidence of leadership qualities, motivational skills, and an ability to engage with people.  All of these are qualities that an employer would look for in any field.

Upon completion of an RCW, attendees will:

  • Be able to effectively run entry-level groups and teams.
  • Receive access to the latest in transition ball technology and additional coaching resources.
  • Be eligible for the United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA) Developmental Coach Classification.

Why not turn a love for the game of tennis into a fun way to earn some extra income?  For more information and to locate an upcoming workshop in your area, visit http://www.usta.com/rcw or contact rcw@usta.com.

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