Change Career

If you have a passion for helping people, and you love all things healthy, nutritious and motivational – then switching career and becoming a health coach can be a route to fulfilling career, doing what you love: all in your own time.

 So how does a person who is in an already established career start making the change to becoming a Health Coach?

1. Make a decision

CNM has been training health professionals for more than 20 years, and during this time the most common statement we hear from graduates is “I wish I did it sooner”. Making a change can feel daunting at first, especially if you are in a solid and stable career. But if you are feeling the call to Health Coach, the journey starts with training.

2. Enrol onto the training programme

Thanks to technology, it’s never been easier to train to become a health coach.   You can study in class or online.  The training itself at an average pace is one year, so you are only one year away from becoming a fully certified Health Coach.

3. Start seeing clients

The CNM Health Coach training is structured to fast-forward you into earning an income as a health coach as soon as you complete your last assessment. How fast you would like to build up your client base relies on you, so if you are in a career and would like to change over to becoming a health coach slowly you can. If you want to quit your career and become a health coach you can. Either way, the CNM Health Coaching is built so that graduates can start making money from health coaching right away.

4. Build a brand and expand your reach

Once you have started seeing clients, you will find out all of the career options that are available to you. You may find additional income from book writing, public speaking, running workshops and retreats.  The CNM Health Coaching training will enable you to take your qualification in any direction you want with an extremely comprehensive business marketing module that teaches how to use online and offline marketing to generate clients and create a thriving business.

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