For a quick review of your TPA benefits (and what TPA does for certified coaches), please click here
About the Tennis Professionals Association (TPA)
The TPA is a member-based association devoted to growing the profession of tennis coaching throughout Canada. The TPA was developed by Tennis Canada for Canadian certified Instructors, Coaches, and Club Professionals. Since its inception in 2004, the TPA has grown from 800 members to over 3300.
To support our members in their contribution to the growth of tennis in Canada.
To grow the sport and profession of tennis throughout Canada, by providing certification, professional development and services to members.
Use of Funds
All funds raised from the membership will go directly back into coaching development, including:
- Operation of the TPA
- Development of coaching-related resources
- Professional development opportunities including conferences and seminars
- Training of coaches through the certification program (club pro stream and coaching stream)
- Improving communication with instructors, coaches and pros in Canada
TPA Member Benefits
TPA members benefit from a variety of resources, regular communication, FREE background checks, liability insurance, discounted products, services and events. To view a complete list of benefits offered to TPA Members, click here.
TPA Active Certified Clubs & Coaches
- To view the list of active certified coaches, click here.
- To view the list of year round facilities with fully active staff, click here.
If you have any questions, please contact Ryan Borczon at email@example.com
About the CAO
The Coaches Association of Ontario (CAO) is an independent, non-profit organization that supports coaches from community level to high performance across all sports in Ontario. The CAO's mission is to deliver coaching programs and services that develop competent and certified coaches.
What Can the CAO Do For You
The CAO works to provide coach development, funding opportunities, and events to provide support, recognition and representation for all coaches in Ontario. The Coaches Association of Ontario serves the needs of coaches to create an exceptional, safe and positive experience for all athletes and participants at every stage of their sport participation.
Education and Development
NCCP and other educational resources that stimulate life-long learning to promote quality and safe sport for all.
The voice for coaches and coaching in Ontario.
Connecting coaches with appropriate support and services to better recruit, retain, and recognize them throughout their coaching journey.