2020 has been quite a year, hasn’t it? Not just for coaching but everything!
Coronavirus has had a massive impact on us all. Whether you’re someone who has gone from commuting into the city for several hours a week to working from your bedroom. You might be someone who has suddenly found that your home-based life suddenly had children and a partner hanging around in your precious daytime, whoever you are, it’s had an impact.
Massive Change In Working Lives
Another change that this weird year has had, is that it has not just given, but possibly forced people into a thinking about work differently.
For some, it’s meant embracing the working from home life. Others, it might have been a redundancy. For others still, it’s been a nagging feeling that maybe now is the time to do something different.
Too Big To Quit
For those who work full-time and really need the income they earn to pay their bills, doing something different doesn’t really feel like an option that’s available to them. Even if they already have a coaching qualification, starting a coaching business feels too hard, like a step too far.
However, I’d like to tell you why it’s not.
More and more professionals have a side-hustle. A part-time thing that is their passion and that earns them additional income and coaching fits right into this category. Some of you may well already have a coaching qualification and wish you could utilise it more. Yes, you might do bits of coaching here and there at work, but you’d love the opportunity to sink your teeth into something a bit meatier.
It’s not just possible, it’s actually happening – we have mentees who are doing it right now.
Not Qualified and No Time To Take A Course
Maybe you fall into this category? You love coaching, you’ve done lots, but you’re not formally qualified. You’re also aware that there are a lot of charlatans out there. You’d love to coach for a living but you just can’t spare the solid chunk of time it takes to get the course done.
Our coaching qualification is different.
- It’s entirely online, for example. Everything you need to do to become ICF accredited can be done online, you don’t need to leave your house.
- The course is self-paced. There is a requirement of 60+ classroom hours for an ICF Associate Credentialled Coach qualification. You can do these at your own pace. Our weekly classroom session is there for you to attend – or not. If you want to get through the course as quickly as possible, you’ll attend 16 consecutive weeks. You will put in the time for the other learning required in between those sessions. If you want to take a year, that’s fine, you can.
- Our community. Our course is backed up by our now famous community. You will have other coaches to hang out with both virtually and in person (as soon as we’re allowed!). You are never on your own with The Coaching Revolution course.
Once Qualified As A Coach, Then What?
The best thing about qualifying with The Coaching Revolution is that you get not just an internationally recognised coaching accreditation, you also get help with the other side of creating a coaching business; the ‘finding paying clients’ part. Whether you want to coach full or part time, we can teach you how to develop a steady stream of clients who want to work with you.
I LOVE My Job, But….
For those of you who are starting to feel unsettled in your existing situation and would like to have a second income stream, coaching might be it.
If you have a coaching qualification, our mentoring programme is all you need to start your business on the road to success.
If you don’t yet have a coaching qualification, ours is designed for people just like you. What I mean is that it’s part-time, self-paced and entirely online. What that means is that you can do the whole thing in 16 weeks, or spread it out over a year or more. It’s ICF accredited (so it’s accredited by the International Coaching Federation, the largest professional coaching body in the world) and it’s delivered by Rachel Wade, who holds the highest qualification the ICF grants, Master Credentialed Coach.