This group is dedicated to those who make a living by teaching and coaching! Let's help each other become better coaches and improve the business of coaching. Meet, share ideas, help one another, and represent.
Latest Activity: Nov 28, 2016
There’s a lot of satisfaction that comes from helping others play tennis at a higher level. Young or old, gifted or not, it’s a great thing to find the ways to make the game more enjoyable for so many people. But coaching is also a business and Tennisopolis is a great platform to connect with other coaches and pros about how to improve the business side of coaching.
Tennisopolis is committed to finding ways that allow you to more effectively get the word out about what you offer and a chance to use the network to drive revenue. Very soon there will be options for coaches and pros to better promote their services and share their expertise.
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Does anyone have any experience with, opinions on, or recommendations for different tennis facility management software packages? I'm looking into software to handle lesson scheduling/billing for our…Continue
Hi guys,Hopefully someone here can share some knowledge with me about standard Head Pro compensation. My tennis club is about to embark on a Head Pro search. We've been lucky to have a great Pro…Continue
I'm on a new Head Pro search committee and we are trying to estimate the number of hours a pro might be on the court during a week. Combining privates, groups and clinics, how many hours do you work…Continue
I know that not all the pros here teach at a tennis club or country club, but if you can give me feedback on this, I'd appreciate it.Does the pro or the club set the lesson fees. I imagine that it…Continue
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