Gulf Breeze, FL, May 24, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- People who would like to become life coaches are now being offered needed financial assistance, and an accelerated home training program to help them get started faster.
With the demand for life coaches skyrocketing, and life coaching emerging as a rapidly growing home business, many people, often strapped financially themselves, are looking to the field of life coaching as a second career. But high tuition costs and lengthy training times have deterred many would-be coaches from entering the field.
To fix the problem, the Life Coach Institute, a prominent world-wide life coach training organization, has announced a broad scholarship assistance program that allows any individual to become trained and certified at a fraction of normal tuition costs, and become trained in weeks, rather than months or years.
Dr. Shad Helmstetter, the Institute’s founder and a pioneering veteran of the life coaching industry says, “The significant scholarship assistance the Life Coach Institute is offering will make it possible for more people to get the life coach training they need. And with the accelerated home training that is now available, they’ll get the job done faster.”
“There are many people who would make exceptional life coaches, but until now haven’t been able to afford the high cost of training, or the time it has taken to become a coach,” Helmstetter says. “Now they are able to become fully trained and certified in a shorter period of time, and they’ll have most of their training costs paid for through the Institute’s new scholarship program.”
Other veterans of the life coaching field agree with the helping hand approach being taken by the Life Coach Institute. “With the economy spiraling downward and people’s careers in chaos, people are challenged and scared,” says Patricia Wright, a certified life coach living in Tucson, AZ. “Trained life coaches help guide their clients through the battle and achieve a better outcome. The Institute is filling an important need in preparing coaches to do this.”
Rich Vosler, a certified life coach from Shamong, NJ agrees. “The scholarship assistance and the training program the Life Coach Institute is making available is exactly the kind of help prospective coaches need right now,” he says. “Anyone who wants to help other people now has an affordable way to become a professional life coach.”
According to Dr. Helmstetter, this has been his organization’s long-time objective. “For many years the goal of the Life Coach Institute has been to offer the best life coach training, while at the same time keeping tuition costs as low as possible,” he says. “With the scholarship assistance and the home certification program we’re now offering to our students, we are definitely meeting the goal. Now, virtually anyone who wants to become a life coach can get the financial help and the professional training they need.”
Scholarship applicants can find more information or apply online at www.lifecoachinstitute.com.
For additional information on the Life Coach Institute scholarship assistance, and accelerated home certification program, contact Levi Peterson at (850) 516-4470.
About The Life Coach Institute:
The Life Coach Institute trains and certifies life coaches worldwide. Its founder, Shad Helmstetter, Ph.D, is a 30 year veteran of the life coaching field and the author of 13 books on the subject of personal growth, published in 65 countries.