WTA launches program in bid to increase female coaches

Published:Mar 10, 202422:50
WTA launches program in bid to increase female coaches

The WTA has launched a program to help the progress of female coaches into expert tennis and promote “occupation pathways for women.”

Not one of the current prime 10 avid gamers throughout the girls’s rankings make use of the businesses of a female coach.

The WTA’s program, which was launched on Thursday, objectives to promote expert and grassroots educating as a viable occupation different for athletes and coaches.

It is comprised of three separate phases, along with per week of offseason teaching in December with WTA avid gamers in Florida, a 10-week online certification course and a chance to shadow a coach and participant all through a WTA match.

“The Coach Inclusion Program is a crucial step within the route of diversifying and broadening our educating pool,” said Steve Simon, WTA Chairman and CEO.

“It is important for our group to promote and provide educating occupation pathways for women, along with for our former athletes, to have a chance to check and develop on this important educating operate.”

The WTA added that the educating program is open to candidates based totally within the USA. 

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Publish date: 2022-11-04 12:58:07
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