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Fully Accredited, live online coach training
Become a Transformative Life Coach on our Accredited Coaching Course.
With over 3500 accredited Animas coaches worldwide, if you’re looking for the right coaching course, we think you’ve found the right place.
Animas is the home of transformative coach training and brings a unique psychological and holistic approach to developing coaches.
If you want to help clients create deep and lasting change in their careers, relationships, workplace or even their sense of self, then this is the coaching course for you.
Our coach training course takes place through live virtual training enabling you to take part wherever you are.
In small transformative groups, you’ll enjoy a full learning experience of trainer-led presentations, break-out sessions, interactive group conversations, Q&As, demonstrations of coaching models, observed practice and more.
Alongside this, you’ll have one-to-one and group mentoring as well as optional group coaching supervision and additional practice groups.
The course is fully accredited by the three leading professional coaching associations:
- Association for Coaching
- International Coach Federation
- European Mentoring and Coaching Council
Check out the course page to find out more and book a call with one of our Coach Consultants if you feel ready to explore joining.
Or if you’re looking to understand whether coaching is for you, why not attend a free Introduction to Transformative Coaching. We’d love to meet you there.
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It goes without saying that new coaches need to learn new skills. That’s typically why someone joins a coaching programme. To learn how to coach. Yet, time and again, we hear that the journey is about so much more than learning to coach. It also changes how the learner relates