Coaching Policy

  1. The club courts and facilities may not be used for coaching events where more than 1 court is used without the prior approval of the Committee
  2. All coaches are to be suitably qualified, hold an Enhanced Criminal Record certificate, have attended a First Aid course and have adequate third party insurance
  3. All fees for group coaching and events are to be administered by the coaches and paid to the Club Treasurer. Coaches are to submit an invoice for coaching fees and expenses on the appropriate form at the end of each month
  4. Details of individual lessons are to be included on the monthly coaches invoice
  5. No individual lessons are to be given after 6.30pm on weekdays except for Fridays if court space is available
  6. The coach is responsible for leaving the Club Courts and Pavilion in a tidy state with all balls collected, nets lowered, doors and gates locked and lights out
  7. All matters regarding coaching are to be referred to the Club Coach who, if he / she considers it necessary, will raise them at the next committee meeting.
  8. Coaches providing individual tuition must be members of the club. For group coaching organised by the club it is not expected that coaches need be club members. When coaching non members, the non members playing fee must be paid