Discover Our Virtual Coach Training Course
Life Coach Training For Transformational Change
If you want to help others create profound change in themselves, their work and their lives, Animas life coach training is for you.
With coaching now helping people address almost every aspect of life, we train coaches to respond with sensitivity, curiosity, confidence and flexibility to the many issues that clients bring.
In recognition of the challenges posed by Coronavirus for in-person training, we provide live virtual training that you can attend from the comfort and safety of your own home. The virtual experience replicates the live classroom training experience in all ways with trainer-led presentations, break-out sessions, interactive group conversations, Q&As, detailed walkthroughs of models, coaching practice and more.
Our passion is transformational coaching – a powerful combination of the psychological, humanistic, integrative, and holistic. Together, these core principles create a style of coaching that is rich in inquiry, collaboration, reflection and boldness.
Whether you choose to work as a life coach, executive coach or organisational internal-coach, the core skills of transformational coaching will serve as the foundation of your coaching for many years to come, stretching and flexing with your own development.
If you’re interested to train as a coach, then we’d love you to take some time to find out more about us. Explore our coaching videos, read our blog, check out our course, read more about our move to live virtual training, or get in touch if you have any questions. We think you’ll be glad you stopped by.
Free Virtual Introduction To Coaching
Looking for the right coaching course? Discover Animas at a free Virtual Introduction to Transformational Coaching Event. Book your spot to learn from the comfort of your own home how you can become a coach and whether our life coach training is right for you.
Diploma In Transformational Coaching
Life coach training at Animas goes deeper than traditional coaching courses. Focused on psychological and integrative perspectives, this ICF accredited coaching course will help you become an exceptional coach. Train from anywhere in the world.
The Coaching Directory by Animas
Are you looking for a coach? Why not check out The Coaching Directory by Animas and find a coach today!
All coaches on the directory work independent of Animas but qualified through our school.
Select by location or specialism and begin your journey of transformation.
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