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Participant Requirements

Who Can Participate

The Fostering Success Coach Training: Level I is designed for professionals who are working with post-secondary students and/or young adults who have experienced foster care or adverse childhood experiences. Professionals working with students, or supervising staff who are working with students/young adults with these experiences are encouraged to participate. While there are no requirements to begin our training, we recommend that coach trainees have bachelor’s level or higher knowledge in human services (ie. Social work, counseling, psychology, student affairs) and working knowledge of the higher education system and/or the child welfare system.

Coaches who earn a certificate in Level I training are invited to join the Fostering Success Coach Training: Level II. Level II Training is designed to support coaches who wish deepen their understanding and implementation of the Fostering Success Coach Model, and to qualify for the Associate Certified Coach credential with the ICF.

The Fostering Success Coach Training: Level III, designed to train trainers, is invite only.

Our Trainings are currently only offered in English. 

Training Completion

In order to receive a Level I Certificate, trainees may miss no more than two 1.5 hour online sessions, and when those sessions are missed, they need to be made up by watching the recordings. Trainees must complete all three coaching practice sessions as well. If an unexpected event happens, trainees can receive a voucher to attend the training on another date.

In order to receive a Level II Certificate, trainees may miss no more than three training meetings, and must watch all webinars and learning assessments.

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