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The LTA British Tennis website will undergo essential maintenance from 5–6pm on Monday, November 20. This will affect the Members’ Area, Player Search, Venue Search, Coach Search, Course Search, Competition Search, Rankings and Ratings. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Help & FAQs

What is the difference between Accredited and Accredited+?

  • Accredited (previously Registered) is the base tier of LTA Coach Accreditation issued to those who are safe to practice. This level of LTA Accreditation is ideal for part-time coaches or assistant coaches who are yet to reach a Level 3 qualification. You can be Accredited with any qualification from 1 – 5.
  • Accredited+ (previously Licenced) is the upper tier of LTA Coach Accreditation issued to those who are fully qualified (available for Level 3-5 coaches only) safe to practice, and commit to fifteen hours of continuous professional development training per year.

The below chart shows the 5 levels of Coach Qualifications in addition to the 2 tiers of LTA Coach Accreditation:

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