At a glance information
|Guided Learning Hours||90|
|Total Qualification Time||163 hours|
|Minimum age||16 years|
Successful candidates may progress onto the Level 4 Diploma in Life Coaching.
This qualification is for candidates who:
- want to take the first step in training to be an independent life coach;
- want to use life coaching skills and techniques in a variety of settings and roles.
This qualification could lead to employment in a broad range of settings including health and social care, human resources, mentoring and support.
You must have achieved a level 2 qualification in a related or complimentary subject, e.g. counselling skills, health and social care or have equivalent experience.
Qualifications might include our Level 2 Award in Effective Listening Skills, Level 2 Award in Listening Support Skills, Level 2 Award in Introduction to Counselling Skills or Level 2 Certificate in Counselling Skills.
Read section 5 of the Specification for further information.
The qualification is eligible in England for Advanced Learner Loans (19+).
Candidates in England may also be able to access funding according to individual entitlement criteria (e.g. related to age and/or employment status and/or prior qualifications).
For more detailed see funding information.
Where to study
Use our centre finder to find a Level 3 Certificate in Life Coaching Studies course near you.