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  • Coaching qualifications are certifications that demonstrate a coach's skills and expertise. They are important as they help coaches develop and enhance their skills and enable them to work professionally.

  • There are various types of coaching qualifications available, such as Life Coaching, Executive Coaching, Performance Coaching, and Business Coaching.

  • Having coaching qualifications can demonstrate that you have invested time and effort in developing your skills and knowledge as a coach, which can be an advantage in the job market. It's important to also demonstrate your practical coaching experience and the results you have achieved in your coaching practice, as this can be just as important to potential employers.

  • A coaching qualification can open up several career opportunities in various fields, including executive coaching, life coaching, career coaching, sports coaching, health and wellness coaching, and more. You can work as an independent coach, in-house coach for organisations, or work with coaching firms. 

  • Coaching qualification timelines vary from a few days to several years depending on the programme and level of qualification. Short courses can take a few days/weeks, certificate programmes a few months/year, diploma programmes 1-2 years, and degrees 2-4 years. Practical experience requirements may also add to the timeline.