Coral Gables, Destin and Orlando will host United States Professional Tennis Association (USPTA) workshops in June-July in Florida for certification and ongoing professional development points.

Certification is intended for those at least 18 years old who derive or intend to derive a major portion of income from teaching tennis. To qualify for certified membership, a professional must meet all application, exam and experience requirements, and must agree to abide by the USPTA Code of Ethics.–hLytCggek1qC1-ZAquVYpNaKJEO1d8uCD69XxhW8l5opqoP2mLs_Qq7GoXpEOG06qTOdQKGwgTYCt4AGT9ILgX-XZr3heV3WLDYk23Yhk8dF4TjHEzW6GqgfIRRZ4dIetcChu6ZJXHCEg1CrCda0hMZcyp-x0CgMnzt4hPN9fA9IPjYUWg&__tn__=-R


There are three levels of certified membership:

Professional USPTA Professionals must be at least 18 years old, with a recommended six months of full-time teaching experience, pass the on-court and written portions of the exam, and complete Stage 1 and 2 of Coach Youth Tennis.

Elite Professional To become an Elite Professional, a USPTA member must be at least 22 years old, pass the written Elite exam, which covers business, programming, sport science and tennis operations, Elite stroke analysis exam and the Elite-level on-court exams.

Master Professional USPTA Master Professional is the highest category of membership. Qualified applicants must hold an Elite Professional rating for 10 years, complete a required number of continuing education hours and fulfill a broad spectrum of industry service. The Master Professional Committee makes the final decision on the review of applicants.

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