As a EGASP member, not only must you strive to be the best teaching professional you can, but you must also fulfill the obligations of being an upstanding citizen and role model to your students, to your community, and to the tennis teaching and coaching community at large. All EGASP members are expected to maintain and observe a sound base of moral integrity and to exemplify the highest ideals of our profession.
EGASP requires strict adherence to the following Code of Ethics:
All members must be fair, honest, and sportsmanlike at all times, conduct themselves in a professional manner both on and off the court and exemplify the highest standards of moral character.
Members must meet their financial responsibilities promptly and honor their contracts.
Members should continue to enhance their professional goals by continuing educational pursuits, seminars, conventions, etc., and striving for excellence through professional development.
Personal grooming habits should be of the highest standard. Respect each place you work, play or visit so that you are in accordance with their standards as well.
Teach and abide by the rules of the game in letter and in spirit. Always respect officials and their decisions.
A member shall not give or solicit lessons where a resident professional is employed, unless prior approval has been given.
Encourage healthy respect for your fellow colleagues and EGASP