Home of tennis in Berkshire

Berkshire Tennis (Berkshire  LTA) are the governing body for tennis in Berkshire.  We work in partnership with the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) to promote and develop the game of tennis in our area. 

Berkshire Tennis is run by a team of volunteers who make up the  Council and Management Committee and other sub-committees which provide support and advice to venues, coaches,  players, parents and teams in Berkshire.   We  also employ a small number of part-time staff.

The website provides the latest news and information from Berkshire Tennis and Berkshire Leagues, also useful information for tennis venues,  coaches, players and competitions across  Berkshire .  You can also follow Berkshire Tennis on FacebookTwitter and Instagram.    If you have a news story you would like to be added to the website, please contact us

Venue Support

The venue support hub - providing the information, resources and support to help you manage, develop and grow your tennis venue and get more people playing tennis.

Courses

Coach Education Qualifications  and CPD  Courses in Berkshire and nearyby counties

LTA Youth Start - a course for beginners, aged 4-11, that teaches all the basics.

Free Online Training Course for Primary Teachers - teachers attending the course will receive a £250 voucher

Berkshire Tennis Safeguarding 

If you have a general safeguarding query, or would like advice about safeguarding, please contact our Safeguarding officer HERE

Safe To Play

Nothing is more important to the LTA than the safety and wellbeing of those involved in our sport. This campaign is aimed at ensuring everyone in tennis is able to keep children and themselves safe from harm.  We want to encourage people not to be a bystander – if you have a concern about a child - SAY SOMETHING IF YOU SEE SOMETHING.

New  LTA 2021-23 Safeguarding Strategy launched

FIND A COURT - Search for your nearest tennis court and start playing today!

Direct link to the LTA website, where all venues are listed.  To find your local tennis venue, enter your location in the search field.  

FIND A COACH - Direct feed to the LTA website where you can search for an accredited tennis coach near you.    

Understanding Qualification vs Accreditation - for moreinformtion click HERE

Coach Accreditation is the LTA’s professional membership scheme for coaches. Being Accredited ensures that a coach is qualified, insured and meets safe to practise standards, such as first aid and child protection training.

An Accredited+ Coach also commits to a minimum of 15 hours of professional development training each year.

Qualifications range from 1 to 5 and indicate the level of formally assessed training a coach has.   Level 1 and 2 are coaching assistants with Level 5 being the highest available qualification. All coaches displayed on this tool are committed to delivering tennis to people of all ages and from all backgrounds including disability, faith, gender identity, race, sex and sexual orientation.

 

 

 

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