Module 3 – Practitioner Neurocoaching 02/23
Topics include :
- Building resilience
- Relationships: conflict & boundaries
- Pattern recognition
All training is underpinned by the proven principles of neuroscience.
Established for over 10 years.
Our coach training is accredited by the International Coaching Federation.
Our training courses have been developed by coaches each with thousands of hours of coaching experience.
We provide ongoing support following training.
Module 1 – Neurocoaching Foundations
Module 2 – Neurocoaching in Practice
What is Coaching?
The Coaching Framework?
Setting up a Coach Session
Coaching Tools and Models
Neurocoaching is a powerful fusion of life coaching with the highly impactful principles of neuroscience.
Neurocoach training will teach you techniques that not only work with the client to transform their lives but also those that understand how the human brain and mind works which can lead to significant and powerful change within the individual.
Neurocoaching recognises, values and integrates these modern principles within the coaching process.
Neurocoaching avoids the mind/body split, understanding that we are one whole being: mind, body, emotions and spirit.
Professionally trained Neurocoaches operate from a transformational coaching mindset and skill-base, equipped to coach the whole person.
The International Coaching Federation accreditation you receive when you complete Neurocoaching Australia courses are internationally recognised and will enable you to stand out in the marketplace, assuring your potential clients of your credibility and skillset.
To establish yourself as a Life NeuroCoach you will need to complete the following accredited life coach training courses:
Once you have completed these, you can begin coaching your own clients.
To further strengthen your coaching capabilities and skills you can then go on to complete Module 3: Practitional Neurocoaching, Module 4: Professional Neurocoaching and to really stand out Module 5: Master Coaching. (After completing Module 3 you will have accumulated sufficient ICF accredited coach training hours to apply for your Associate Certified Coach (ACC) credential. When you have completed Module 4 you have enough coach training hours to satisfy the training requirement for the Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credential)
Neurocoaching Australia is one of the few training providers in Australia who deliver accredited Neurocoaching training courses. Our courses are supercharged with the powerful principles of neuroscience giving you the edge over standard life coach training outcomes.
Our training is overseen by one of Australia’s few Master Coaches (MCC) and Director of Training, Dr. Mark Setch who, together with Robert Holmes PCC and Sue Hefren PCC, has created training programs that ensure you are able to create significant and transformational results for your clients.
If you are starting out at Module 1: Foundations in Neurocoaching, there are no entry requirements.
Modules 2-5 require that you have completed the preceding courses before moving to the next module.
Great! We value your experience and look forward to supercharging your capability with a transformational Neurocoaching mindset that will set you in a different league from other life coaches.
So that we can advise which level you will need to take, please contact us here for an informal chat about how we can help.
For Module 1 and Module 3, classes are held from 6pm-9pm AEST/AEDT. For Module 2, classes are from 6pm-8pm AEST/AEDT fortnightly, with Coaching Practice Groups (Triads) in the intervening weeks.
That’s not a problem. All our classes are recorded so if you miss one you can listen to the recording. Keep in mind that for ICF accreditation, you do need to attend at least 50% of the classes live and you will gain most from the courses when you attend live and are able in interact with other participants.
That varies. The gap between Module 1 and Module 2 is small; 3-5 weeks. The gap between Module 2 and Module 3 training is longer; it can be between 2 and 4 months depending on when you enrol. This is quite intentional, as you will gain most benefit from Module 3 training when you have had opportunity to practice your coaching.
Absolutely! At Neurocoaching Australia our vision is not only to provide high-quality globally accredited training, but also to develop a community of coaches. Through our Members Only Facebook Group, you have lifetime access to our training team and other coaches within our community to support, encourage and advise on developing your coaching, whether in private practice of as part of your work role.
The ICF does not recognise counselling/psychology qualifications are RPL, as coaching, while complimentary to counselling, is quite different, as you will experience if you chose to enrol. Maximum value will be gained from our training if you participate in the entire course, and benefit from the interaction with the Trainer and other students
We do not offer scholarships, but we do offer flexible interest-free payment plans with all of our training, so you don’t need to pay upfront.