Coaching is evolving every day, creating new opportunities for professionals who wish to pursue a different career path. If you are passionate about supporting others in finding their own solutions and are ready to overcome new challenges, a career as a professional coach might be a viable option.


Here is what you need to know to become a qualified professional coach:

1. Before you invest in training to be a coach, ask yourself: Am I passionate about helping clients pursue their own solutions? Do I have the skills and knowledge to start coaching? What else do I have to offer?

2. Being trained to become a coach will not only give you credibility in the industry but will help build your professional network. So, look for coach certifications that are accredited. With the accredited coach certification, you demonstrate your knowledge, skill, and commitment to high ethical and professional standards.

3. Being certified gives you credibility and a competitive edge in the industry and helps you build a professional network.

"Personal accreditation or credentials aren’t only important to coaches, they are important to organisations as well, with a reported 83% of coaching clients expecting a credential from their coach practitioner."

Academy of Executive Coaching

"As coaching continues to grow and expand, credentialing will also continue to rise in importance. The more coaches there are in the world, the more our clients will demand that we rise to achieve the highest standards."

Coach Masters Academy

"Consumers are more likely to recommend a coach who holds a credential than a coach who does not."

2014 ICF Global Consumer Awareness Study


Becoming a certified coach is an exciting process that begins your journey into a rewarding and challenging field.


For more information about becoming a coach: contact our mother company PragmaDoms.

© 2018 by Vanessa Daher.

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