For the attention of all Table Tennis Scotland coaches
We would like to bring to your attention the importance of ensuring your coaching credentials are up to date and in compliance with Table Tennis Scotland’s standards.
Checking your credentials
All coaches must have valid First Aid and Child Wellbeing and Protection in Sport (CWPS) certificates. Both credentials are valid for three years from the date of issue.
We are aware coaches, not part of the Table Tennis Scotland Coach Licence scheme, may be coaching with expired credentials. To ensure that you continue to provide the highest quality coaching services, please take a moment to check the validity of your credentials.
If you find your credentials have expired or are approaching expiration, please take steps to renew your credentials
Child Wellbeing and Protection in Sport (CWPS)
sportscotland, in partnership with Children 1st and Scottish Governing Bodies of sport hold regular courses online and in person. Details of courses and how to book are on the sportscotland website.
Emergency First Aid is suitable, there is no central provider of First Aid courses, your local authority may have details of courses. St Andrew’s First Aid, Red Cross and local colleges also run regular courses.
About the Table Tennis Scotland Coach Licence Scheme
The TTS Licence to practise as a coach is a measure of currency of coaching practice that builds upon your qualifications. The Licence Scheme is designed to support the effective recruitment, employment and deployment of coaches and to ensure people have the right level of qualification, knowledge and skills to coach thereby safeguarding participants and coaches alike. TTS Licenced Coaches are covered by Table Tennis Scotland’s insurance. You will also get reminder emails at (approximately) six and three months before a credential expires. Full details and how to apply for a TTS Coach Licence are on our website, here.
Benefits of TTS Coach Licence
Maintaining a valid coaching credential has several significant benefits, including:
- Credibility – having an up-to-date credential demonstrates your commitment to professionalism and your dedication to ongoing growth as a coach.
- Quality Assurance – ensuring that all our coaches meet current standards helps maintain the integrity and reputation of our coaching programs.
- Access to Resource – licensed coaches often have access to additional resources, training, and networking opportunities that can further enhance their coaching skills.
- Insurance cover.
Table Tennis Scotland is committed to supporting your coach development and the quality of coaching you offer. We are here to assist, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or need guidance.
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