USATT will host an ITTF Women’s Coaches Education Seminar on September 11-17, 2011 in Colorado Springs, Colorado at the Olympic Training Center, 1 Olympic Plaza Colorado Springs, CO-80909.
This course will feature a special guest course conductor, Polona Cehovin Sushin. Polona serves as the ITTF European Development Officer and is a leading exponent of Women’s Education and Coaching within the ITTF.
The seminar will be composed of the ITTF-PTT Level 1 Course and Course Conductor Training. This course will include: 4-days for ITTF Level 1 Course, 1 day for ITTF IPC Course, and 2 days of Course Conductor Training.
Arrival day in Colorado Springs: September 10, 2010
Departure day: September 18, 2010.
The USATT will cover the expense of room and board at the US Olympic Training Center for the coaches selected to attend.
To pass the ITTF Level 1 Course – participants must attend all training sessions, pass the practical exam, complete an additional 30 of practical coaching (after the course) and receive a positive evaluation on the practical coaching.
To become ITTF Course Conductors – Coaches must successfully pass all the Level I requirements and also complete the additional two days of training on teaching the course and successfully complete the practical exam.
If you would like to be part of this historic first Women’s Coaching
ITTF-PTT Level 1 Course in the U.S.:
Fill out and submit the application (click on link) – Only 20 spots available!!
This course is open to all Women Coaches who wish to become ITTF Certified. For those looking to become ITTF-PTT Level 1 Course Conductors we are looking for active coaches with excellent presentation skills.
Listed as ITTF-PPT Level 1 Coach on ITTF Website (if passed)
Right to hold ITTF Courses and Certify Coaches (if passed as Course Conductor)
Applications accepted until deadline of July 30, 2011. Coaches will be selected based on level of activity, level of certification, presentation skills, and regional separation.
Announcement of the selected Coaches will be made on August 1, 2011.
Coaches are responsible for their own transportation to and from Colorado.