How to Become a Life Certified Coach

Thank you for expressing your interest in our Coaching Certification program. To become a Certified Coach through our program involves several steps:

  • Goran Technique I Certification Weekend: The first step is attending the Goran Technique I Certification Weekend. This serves as an introduction to our approach and sets the foundation for further training.
  • Life Transformation Training (5 Days): Following the complete on the Goran Technique I Certification, you’ll undergo a five-day training called Life Transformation.  Life Transformation training takes place once a year. In 2024 it’s scheduled for June 22nd to June 26th, from 10 AM to 7 PM Pacific time,  or check our Live Events  calendar for future events.  This training covers the other three major tools of transformation crucial for coaching.
    • Goran Technique II
    • Emotional Repolarization Technique
    • Completion
  • Life Coaching Certification Program: During the Life Transformation training, you’ll have the opportunity to enroll in the five-day Life Coaching Certification program. Note that currently, this certification is currently delivered through video training, as there isn’t a live session scheduled at the moment, check our Live Events to see if Life Coaching is on the calendar.
  • Certification Exam: After completing all certifications for the four major tools of transformation and the Life Coaching Certification program, you’ll need to pass a certification exam.
  • Coaching Experience: To earn your certificate as a life coach, you’ll need to demonstrate that you have conducted at least 100 hours of coaching using the tools learned during the program.
  • Joining the Team: While we are always looking to add talented individuals to our team, it’s important to note that there is no guarantee of an invitation to join or receive clients. However, we anticipate the need for more coaches in the future.

Should you have any inquiries or require additional assistance, please don’t hesitate to reply to this message. Alternatively, you can request a call, and we’ll gladly provide further assistance.