5 Areas To Specialise In:
As a coach, you can specialise in one of the areas below. Your certificate from will carry one of the titles listed in bold.
1. Coaching with Impact: Specialisation: Re-integration Coaching
For those wanting to assist people with rebuilding their lives: trauma patients, rehab (both drugs and physical rehab), prisoners, veterans, people impacted through terminal illness etc.
2. Coaching with Impact: Specialisation: Life Coaching
For those wanting to impact communities and families: general life coaching, relationship coaching. Counsellors, pastors, school teachers, working with troubled teens and parents wanting to use a coaching approach with their children.
3. Coaching with Impact: Specialisation: Corporate Coaching
For those in HR departments to offer coaching to company staff.
ALSO for corporate Leadership development, Managers and executives for group skills and team dynamics. To incorporate a coaching approach when working with people. Proven extremely effective for empowering sales staff. Also impacting call centre staff to cope with difficult clients or generally understand people. Most important training for those wanting to develop amazing leadership skills.
4. Coaching with Impact: Specialisation: Sports BMT Coaching
This is Big Match Temperament Performance coaching for Sports professionals as a career or for when they retire from professional sport. Great for sports companies to add as an extra income stream.
ALSO for instructors who offer specialist physical training programs. Sports psychologist to offer a coaching approach to help sports professionals understand who they are on the field and who they are off the field. This is performance coaching. For a sports professional, there is life after sport.
5. Coaching with Impact: Specialisation: Health Coaching
Those offering lifestyle changes in diet/food and need to change people’s thinking and behaviour towards food: Nutrition Network (Noakes Foundation), Dieticians etc. Please note: you can only train as a health coach if you have a certificate as a dietitian, health and fitness, or from other organisations like The Nutrition Network (click here for their link)