How To Teach Table Tennis Lessons
Learning how to teach table tennis lessons can provide you with some extra pocket cash and the enjoyment of the teaching table tennis. While it may seems hard to teach table tennis lessons, especially if you are not a professional player, but in reality, you do not need to be a professional player to teach other people table tennis. In this article, we will show you what it take to teach table tennis and how you can get a jump start.
- Get the right credentials. Just like doing everything else, you want to have the right credentials to teach table tennis lessons. Becoming a member and get certification of the United States of America Table Tennis Organization might be a really good idea to get started. It is the professional trade organization for table tennis in US. It organizes tournaments, membership, and coaching opportunities.
- Check with your neighborhood association for opportunities first. Often times, the best opportunities are those that closest to you. Neighborhood association usually organizes lessons and provides indoor spaces and equipment for those lessons. This is especially true during the summer, where there are a ton of camps going on.
- Get connections. Just like working in other areas, getting the right connections make a huge difference. You might want to participate in regional matches and tournaments just to go and meet people.
- Start small. Teaching table tennis is often difficult at first due to limited cliental. However, as more and more people tried your services, and liked your service, you will get more people sign up for you service. You want to start building up your clients one at a time. You can even start giving lessons at home, provided that you have a basement large enough to do that.