Additionally, the very best in coaching training and education will give you the skills, knowledge, experience, and confidence to be a successful coach.
It’s not, therefore, just a case of how to get a coach training in the UK, but how to get the right training.
Understand what you need
Coaching is, of course, an umbrella term for many different avenues and approaches. Therefore, your first stop is to understand exactly what you are looking for in a coach training.
Primarily, you will need to ensure that your coach training is of real value. This is essential for your reputation, as well as the skills you can bring to the table. The easiest way to do this is to choose a reputable training provider that offer high-quality coaching courses which are accredited by the International Coach Federation (ICF), Association for Coaching (AC) or the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC). The Animas Diploma in Transformational Coaching is accredited by both the ICF and AC so you can be sure that you’re receiving a high-quality, professional coach training if you decide to train with us.
your main coach training
Everyone has to begin somewhere, and as an aspiring coach, you will be giving yourself an enormous gift for your future potential by choosing your coach training wisely.
When starting out, you should probably take a comprehensive, foundational course such as the Animas Accredited Diploma in Transformational Coaching.
This is an excellent first coaching certificate for anyone looking to work as a life coach, executive coach, or an internal coach within an organisation.
Gaining this coaching certificate will require dedication over a number of months as you complete five modules, various assignments, and coaching hours. Accredited by the ICF and the AC, this is a coaching certificate which is unparalleled, giving you the confidence to work with a range of clients and coaching styles.
growing your skills
Coaching is a person-centred profession whereby professional coaches should ensure their skills and experience are always developing. This requires a dedication to CPD, and by choosing the right options, you can ensure that you’re growing in areas that both interest you and are beneficial to your clients.
Once again, for your coach training to be worthy, you need to choose training accredited by the International Confederation of Coaching (ICF), Association for Coaching (AC), or the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC).
Whilst CPD courses won’t require the same lengthy hours of commitment as a foundational course, they should be highly skill specific, and the end qualification and certificate should reflect this.
All of the Animas CPD coaching courses focus on delivering and refining key skills for established coaches, in a practical and theoretical way. Not only this, but each one provides 12 hours of Continuing Coach Education enabling you to meet the ICF credential renewal requirements. We offer a wide range of varied CPD courses from the Certificate in Existential Coaching and Certificate in Group Coaching to the Certificate in Mindfulness Coaching and the Certificate in Positive Psychology for Coaching.