Table Tennis Coaching course heads to Mombasa

Table Tennis Coaching course heads to Mombasa

Table Tennis Coaching course heads to Mombasa

The National Table Tennis association has announced that the Coach Certification Program will next take a stop in Mombasa County where a new Crop of Coaches will be trained and certified.

The second Coach Certification County Level 1 course will take place next on 21st March 2015 at the Oshwal Academy, Mombasa.

The Course is open to all players, teachers and former national team players who would want to learn the basics of coaching at a Fee of Ksh 3,000/=

KTTA President Andrew Mudibo, said that “Kenya Table Tennis Association is determined to change how the sport has been run in Kenya and is aiming at raising the standards of playing by investing
in coaching standards for all coaches, so that the correct techniques are implemented”.

He said the courses that are being held will cover a whole range of areas that will make sure the coaches who interact with children and youths are trained on handling them and at the same time, tabs are able to be kept on each one of them.

The courses will be held round the country throughout the year, in different County’s.

The different levels of Coach Accreditation in Kenya are;

1. KTTA Level 1 Sub County Coach – can coach only schools
2. KTTA Level 2 Sub County Coach – can coach up to university teams
3. KTTA Level 3 Sub County Coach – can coach up to clubs
4. KTTA County Coach – can attend ITTF level 1 courses
5. KTTA National Coach – can attend ITTF level 2 courses
6. KTTA International Coach – can attend ITTF level 3 and any
International courses that are being held and can be considered for
National assignment.
 

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