Become an effective Professional Coach through our 12-month program and learn how to partner with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires maximum personal and professional potential. Done right, professional coaching can drive sales, employee engagement, creativity, workplace satisfaction, and bottom line results. Our 12-month Professional Coaching Certification will prepare individuals to successfully coach others in support of the International Coach Federation’s (ICF) coaching core competencies. The training will cover the eight building blocks of coaching, common coaching scenarios and group coaching. The curriculum and mentor coaching included in this program meets the ICF requirements to apply for an Associate Certified Coaching credential.
This certificate program offers an intensive yet engaging cohort experience that gives students the training and practice to become a professional coach. The training will encompass lecture, discussion, Q&A, small group as well as individual activities, labs and assessments. Participants will also have access to an ICF credentialed coach for the 12-month duration of the program.
This certificate is designed for the following individuals:
No prior experience in Professional Coaching is required.
Duration: 12 months
Format: This program is experienced through a series of in person lectures that include discussions, group and individual assignments and coaching lab exercises. The program includes 68 hours of training, 10 hours of mentor coaching accompanied by a written feedback assessment. Participants will also learn through actively coaching individuals and will complete 100 coaching hours over the 12 months.
Location: University of Utah Continuing Education Building | 540 Arapeen Dr Salt Lake City, UT 84108.
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All certificate students will receive a satisfactory or unsatisfactory grade at the conclusion of the certificate program. Requirements to achieve a satisfactory grade will be detailed in the class syllabus.
Trigena H. Halley
Trigena assists Individuals and organizations seeking professional and personal growth. Her expertise includes training and mentoring new coaches, leadership and team development and working with individuals to engage and manage conflict and transition successfully.
Trigena offers individual and group coaching, consulting and training. She also leads women’s Transformational Leadership retreats that combine her love of the outdoors with her passion for helping others realize their potential. Trigena’s desire is to assist individuals and \organizations to move forward in a positive, energizing and impactful manner.
Trigena has 18 years global experience in workplace performance, consulting, leadership, talent development and quality. Her experience includes both external and internal consulting with service, non-profit, manufacturing and educational organizations. During her corporate tenure, Trigena held various global leadership positions, which included responsibility for team leadership, strategy development, financial goals and client interface.
Trigena has significant experience training groups as well as facilitating and coaching groups and intact work teams. She has led the development and implementation of leadership and technical training programs for several clients. During her tenure in the corporate sector. Trigena had responsibility for global talent development, development of high potentials, external client training and quality as well as responsibility for the internal coaching team.
Trigena was a member of a team of training professionals who earned "Training Magazine’s" Top 125 award (2006, 2007), she has been awarded Volunteer of Year by the Chamber of Commerce and was the recipient of two awards for her work in team development.
Trigena has received other awards and honors during her tenure in the corporate sector as well as her work within the community.
Trigena has been involved in several community projects, ranging from Co-Chairing Community Leadership programs through the local Chamber of Commerce, to being a board member with various volunteer organizations. Currently she is active with the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD) - Utah Chapter as the co-chair for the Annual Learning Conference.
Trigena has a Master of Arts in Communication Consultancy and Bachelor of Science in marketing both from Oklahoma State University. She is a Professional Certified Coach with the International Coach Federation (ICF) and has several certifications in various assessments and leadership development programs. She is the co-author of "A Coach Approach to Leadership: Enhancing Performance, Empowering Others".
Trigena, her husband Steve, and their two children reside in Salt Lake City, UT, USA. Her interests include skiing, hiking, running, river rafting, reading, photography, and exploring the great state of Utah with her family and friends!
Certificate Cost - $5,749
Why choose the University of Utah?
We understand that you have a choice when it comes to taking professional development courses and we work hard to earn your trust with each and every class!
By selecting the University of Utah, you’ll enjoy the following benefits whether you’re coming to us as someone new to the job market, a career changer, a seasoned professional or a lifelong learner.
Resume Power - Benefit from the University of Utah reputation for credibility and quality. Choosing the University of Utah for your certificate program makes a clear statement about your commitment to excellence.
Instructor Excellence - Learn from instructors with real world experience and professional credentials.
The Power of the U Network – Students have access to a valuable University of Utah peer and faculty network.
Networking – Meet and network with other students pursuing or working in the industry.
Student Support – Count on the ongoing support of a dedicated student services staff that will assist you every step of the way.
How to register for this Certificate
Certificate Completion Requirements
How is my accomplishment recognized?
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Are there exams? Am I graded?
There are no exams. Certificate classes are graded with a "satisfactory" or "unsatisfactory" option. For successful certificate completion, students must achieve a "satisfactory" grade in all classes.
Can I apply these classes to a degree at the University of Utah?
This certificate is noncredit and cannot be applied to any for-credit degree.
Is there a minimum or maximum number of classes a student may take in a semester?
There are no minimums or maximum number of class restrictions for students. The certificate must be completed within two years.
Will I have flexibility in what classes I take and when?
Once admitted, students are responsible for enrolling in individual classes on their own through the Professional Education website. Students may consult with the certificate program manager if they have questions about specific courses. (See contact us section)
Are these classes eligible for federal financial aid?
Students pursuing a certificate are considered "non-degree seeking," a status that is not eligible for federal student aid loan programs.
Does it matter which course I take first or in what order I take the classes?
Classes may be taken in any sequence. Please contact the program manager with questions.