With numerous options available, we understand that finding the “right” coach training program can feel a bit overwhelming, even confusing. Therefore, we strongly encourage you to explore various programs and identify what you’re looking for in a program (e.g., online training option, ICF accredited, etc.). With this in mind, we’ve compiled a list of 15 critical questions you should ask the admissions/enrollment departments when exploring a coach training program. Here are Coach Training EDU's answers.
Coach Training EDU has been training passionate people to become professional coaches since 2009.
Coach Training EDU has trained over 3,000 coaches in over 50 countries in Academic Life Coaching, Executive Life Coaching, and Wellness Life Coaching.
From the University of Oklahoma to Thomas Nelson Community College to North Georgia Technical College, Coach Training EDU has worked with a wide variety of Universities and Colleges to train faculty and staff. In addition, we have worked with multiple companies & organizations to train their employees.
Graduates and alumni of any Coach Training EDU program have lifetime access to their course resources, including any new additions to the textbooks and workbooks. In addition, our graduates continue to network, connect, and practice through regular Power Hours, private social media groups and have the opportunity to be a guest on our Coaching to Flourish podcast.
Coach Training EDU offers three specializations: Academic Life Coaching for those who would like to work with students up to and through college, Executive Life Coaching for those who would like to work with executives and other leaders, and Wellness Life Coaching for those who would like to work with individuals in creating a healthy lifestyle.
Our 1.0 and 2.0 courses meet once a week for two hours over six months. Our Group Mentor Classes meet once a week for one hour over eight weeks, and our bonus courses meet one hour a week for 12 weeks. Our 1.0 and 2.0 courses are led by two trainers to provide diverse coaching perspectives, and all of our courses are live and interactive via the Zoom platform.
All coaches who enroll in any of our programs receive access to a “Build Your Life’s Work Self-Study,” which provides critical resources for building a coaching practice, such as determining a niche, building a website, marketing your practice, and deciding on pricing. In addition, we offer a Biz Launcher course, which meets once a week for one hour over 12 weeks. This course is live and interactive via the Zoom platform.
In addition to the “Build Your Life’s Work Self-Study,” we also offer an integration guide for those coaches who are more interested in bringing coaching skills into their current role.
All of our trainers are certified coaches through the ICF and certified trainers through Coach Training EDU. Their professional backgrounds vary from education to corporate leaders, to fitness instructors, and they join us from all around the world.
The Coach Training EDU curriculum is heavily based and influenced by positive psychology. Our most recent updates to our text include over 80 citations of the most recent research in the field.
The pricing you see on our pricing page is true and accurate for our program. There are no hidden or additional costs to receiving an Associate, Professional, or Master certification as described.
Yes, Coach Training EDU has been accredited by the ICF since 2016.
Yes, Coach Training EDU has been licensed to operate through the state of Oregon since 2018.
For an Associate Coaching Certification through Coach Training EDU, you will need to complete a 1.0 course and a Group Mentor Class.
For a Professional Coaching Certification through Coach Training EDU, you will need to complete a 1.0 course, a 2.0 course, and a Group Mentor Class.
For a Master Coaching Certification through Coach Training EDU, you will need to complete two 1.0 courses, a 2.0 course, a 2.0 Relationship Coaching course, Group Mentor Class, and Biz Launcher.
When you complete the above certification requirements, you are set up for success with the ICF ACTP credentialing process. After completing one of the programs above, you will need to complete a credentialing application with the ICF and complete the Coach Knowledge Assessment for certification with the ICF. You will not need to submit recorded coaching sessions to the ICF, as that is built into our program. As an accredited organization of the ICF, they honor that as part of our process.
Not only do you have a rich opportunity in class to ask questions, practice, and engage around the coaching concepts, you also have access to your trainers outside of class for additional support. In addition, our support team is readily available to problem-solve with you and encourage you along your journey.