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ITCA Post Brexit Changes 22 May 2021 07:00 0 Comments

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The irish Tennis Coaches Association was established during the early days of Brexit squabbling and as we were quick off the mark back then we were able to provide our Irish members with insurance under our current BTCA policy. Well, things have gotten pretty tough over the last 12 months and we have all had our struggles to overcome and as we have all tried to endure the hardships thrown at us with Covid-19, some others have tried to profit nicely, not only from the Coronavirus pandemic that has hit ter Global community, but also from the split in the ranks of our European business community.

This unfortunately means that we are no longer able to offer our Irish members cover under our UK insurance and this has hit our association hard.  However, as with all that we have had to face this year, we are not laying down and taking it.  Indeed we are jumping up and still providing our ITCA members with a much better deal than they can get from anywhere else and along with the great insurance cover we are providing you with we are also giving every one of our ITCA members their own personal websites worth well over £300 per year alone.

So what does this mean to new mwbers at ITCA?  

Well, our Public Liability and Personal Accident insurance will now cost just £15 per month (paid by subscription)

This will mean that new members will now need to go directly to the ITCA website at: and join us from there.  This means that you can now also access the ITCA Memberzone and view thousands of pounds worth of training materials direct from the same site.

We know that this is a slight set back and we appreciate the support you have continued to show us over the years, but the good news is that we are still able to work together and we are now determined to do even more for our members over the coming months.

We look forward to seeing you all on the new site very soon.

The ITCA Team
Last Modified: 22 May 2021 11:52