During Women’s Sport Week, Table Tennis England has awarded scholarships to 28 female coaches to help them finance the cost of coaching courses.
Today we launch our search for the unsung heroes who go the extra mile to make our sport great.
Coaches are advised that a number of changes to the Regulations for International Competitions for 2016.
Our new scholarship aims to address a shortage of female table tennis coaches by providing grants towards coaching courses.
Coaches can add to their CPD at a Table Tennis England-approved education workshop.
To help develop our next generation of coaches, we have set up a Coach Mentoring scheme.
In partnership with the University of Gloucestershire, we are delighted to open the Table Tennis England/UKCC Head Coach Level 3 Coaching Award to applications.
Coaches are advised that, following a review, some important changes have been made to the Coach Licence scheme.
The Faculty of Kinesiology at the University of Split in Croatia has recently announced the launching of a University Degree Study Programme in Sports Coaching especially designed for table tennis players and coaches.
Could you inspire the next Paul Drinkhall or Tin-Tin Ho to hit the performance heights? Or perhaps you fancy helping new players to keep a lifelong sporting habit in our leagues and clubs across the country?