Learning Philosophy

Coach Training EDU features a Growth Mindset and a Learning to Mastery model of learning. This learning philosophy allows students to continue to make progress until the necessary standard is reached. Assessment is viewed as feedback for improvement, rather than a judgment of suitability or talent. Student-centered and integrative learning form the core of CTEDU’s curriculum design.

Four Key Factors:

Quality education provided by certified trainers. Each trainer completed a rigorous coach training education including 1.0 and  2.0 coursework, group mentor coaching, and a train the trainer program. 

Clear instruction and expectations. Students will receive a customized coaching guide, written by CTEDU trainers, to help them study and utilize core concepts introduced throughout a 24-week curriculum. 

Actionable and usable feedback. Assessment opportunities offer insight and provide clarity. Trainers offer beneficial tools including specific steps to take and skills to develop to become an effective coach. The assessments are scheduled at pivotal points throughout the course to celebrate progress and identify standards that need to be met. 

Proactive learning. Students are encouraged to lean into the coursework by applying the knowledge and developing skills that are essential for life coaches. The courses are hands-on, interactive discussion about the material is encouraged, and students are given plenty of opportunities to communicate with peers and trainers. All feedback is intentional and constructive so that students graduate with all the necessary tools to flourish. 



To provide life coach training that changes lives, launches careers, and promotes human flourishing.

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