International Tennis Performance Association (iTPA)

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iTPA is recognized by the American Council on Exercise as a Continuing Education Specialist. iTPA is recognized by the Board of Certification, Inc. to offer continuing education for Certified Athletic Trainers. International Tennis Performance Association (iTPA) is the worldwide education and certification organization for trainers, coaches and specialists who have a passion for tennis-specific performance enhancement and injury prevention. Through quality evidence-based education com... more less
Websitewww.itpa-tennis.org
Address
2500 Dallas Hwy SW Suite 202-141
Atlanta, GA 30064
Phone Number(770) 828-5779

Certification/Training Types

DescriptionTPT is the Level 1 certification targeted at those wanting to enter the profession, tennis coaches who also perform the physical training with their players or those fitness or other professionals looking to add tennis-specific initiatives to their current training/specialist offerings. TPT focuses on basic, evidence-based tennis-specific training research provided in a practical manner which builds your knowledge and skills when working with tennis athletes of all ages and levels. The applicant will learn tennis-specific sport science information with assessments, drills & exercises to improve performance and reduce injuries in the tennis athlete. The program educates in 14 areas of competencies including an extensive examination to ensure mastery of the tennis-specific training information. All materials were either written or reviewed by leading sports medicine or sports science experts.
Course Material Price $0.00
Exam Price $199.00
Exam Delivery Method Online
Practical Exam RequiredNo
PrerequisiteMust be over 18 years of age and have a current CPR, AED, or First Aid Certificate
Renewal Period2 years
CECs/CEUs per renewal period0
Renewal Fee
CategoryExercise Physiology, Nutrition, Personal Trainer, Special Populations, Sports Conditioning, Athletic Trainer
Description iTPA is recognized by the American Council on Exercise as a Continuing Education Specialist. 0.5 CECs are awarded for successfully completing CTPS. No refunds for CTPS, even if exam is not passed. CTPS is considered the Gold Standard in the Tennis-Specific Industry - every strength & conditioning coach, athletic trainer, personal trainer, physical therapist, medical doctor, chiropractor, healthcare providers or other specialists working with tennis players should obtain. This certification is essential for any professional working with tennis athletes of all levels. Applicant will learn comprehensive tennis-specific sport science information with hundreds of assessments, drills & exercises to improve performance and reduce injuries in the tennis athlete. The program educates in 20 areas of competencies including an extensive examination to ensure mastery of the tennis-specific training information. All materials were either written or reviewed by leading sports medicine or sports science experts.
Course Material Price $0.00
Exam Price $399.00
Exam Delivery Method Online
Practical Exam RequiredNo
PrerequisiteMust be over 18 years of age, have a current CPR, AED OR First Aid, Have a recogized degree or fitness accreditation
Renewal Period2 years
CECs/CEUs per renewal period0
Renewal Fee49
CategoryExercise Physiology, Nutrition, Personal Trainer, Special Populations, Sports Conditioning, Athletic Trainer
DescriptionMTPS is the highest possible certification reserved for tennis-specific specialists with significant experience, expertise and contributions to the industry. Must have obtained CTPS designation. MTPS certification will be offered starting in late 2012 / early 2013, and will involve an in-person workshop/exam, online modules and working with tennis athletes.
Course Material Price $0.00
Exam Price $0.00
Exam Delivery Method In Person
Practical Exam RequiredYes
PrerequisiteMust have already obtained CTPS.
Renewal Period2 years
CECs/CEUs per renewal period0
Renewal Fee
CategoryExercise Physiology, Nutrition, Personal Trainer, Special Populations, Sports Conditioning, Athletic Trainer

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