3 Steps to Becoming a Certified Coach
How do CTLC participants take the test?
Once you join the course you, submit your essay, and hours you will given access to take the test on Coach the Life Coach.
What are the requirements of the essay?
The essay that you submit must answer the following questions:
1. Why do you want to become a coach?
2. What type of impact do you want to make on people as a coach?
3. Who do you want to help with your coaching? (Explain the type of person you want to help. What is their main problem? What is their personality type? What is your biggest obstacle in reaching them?
Do pro bono coaching hours count towards the 50 hour requirement?
Yes. Any hours that you log with a client counts toward your 50 hours, we will accept.
Is the test scheduled for specific dates?
When you submitted your essay and documented your hours you will be able to take the test.
Can I take the test and write the essay before logging the 50 coaching hours?
You can choose to submit your essay or log your coaching hours, but both must be complete before you can take the test.
How many times can I take the test?
We allow you to take the text two times to pass. If you don't pass after two tries. You must pay a $75 fee to take the test again. We charge this fee to help with administration costs.
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Every coach has different goals. Some coaches want to have a part-time business that supplements their income and brings them a sense of purpose.
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He is an English born Certified Life Coach now living in Florida. As well as being an in-demand Life Coach, he is also an NLP Master Practitioner, certified Hypnotherapist, public speaker, and internationally-published author.
He has been a full time Life Coach for over a decade and worked with hundreds of clients from almost 50 different countries around the world. He has had over 1,500 articles published on some of the biggest blogs in self development as well as having received close to 5 million visitors to his own website A Daring Adventure.