AASE provides a great opportunity to increase both the volume and quality of your game whilst giving you a chance to develop a career in tennis.
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AASE (Advance Apprenticeship Sporting Excellence)
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AASE is a Government vocational/education scheme designed for talented players aged 16 to 18 years old who have realistic potential to achieve excellence, and are seeking a future career in tennis, whilst gaining academic qualifications.
The AASE scheme gives you the chance to join a squad of players at your local LTA Centre and benefit from 10 hours per week of free, high quality training funded through the LTA, whilst continuing your education.
We currently have a number of players on the scheme and previous players have taken up tennis scholarships in the USA or gone on to university in the UK.
Coach Apprentice Scheme & gap year students
We also offer talented young players who leave education at age 16, the chance to join “an old fashioned” apprenticeship in tennis, where they work on the job, learning the ropes under expert supervision. At the same time they undertake their coaching qualifications, supported by grants from the LTA. See the LTA website for more information about this scheme, or contact on 07958 008312.