GTTA aims to improve sport with coaching courses



Secretary of the GTTA, Linden Johnson
Secretary of the GTTA, Linden Johnson

[] – The quality of Table Tennis in Guyana just might improve a few notches with the Guyana Table Tennis Association (GTTA) set to hold two coaching course later this month.

Secretary of the GTTA, Linden Johnson was positive about the courses helping the quality of tennis in Guyana with the first one set to begin on August 15.

The first course will be a level one coaching course for beginners and will last until August 19. The programme is expected to attract at least 25 participants.

Immediately after the level one course, the GTTA is also expected to host a level two coaching course for 20 participants only.Table tennis

The course is expected to start on August 21 and is scheduled to conclude on August 25 for those coaches that are qualified with a level one certificate.

Johnson expects that both courses will do well and suggests that teachers get involved with the level one course.




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