Do you have questions? Well, we’ve got answers!
Say hello to Larissa Jaye, Director of Certifications at the Fearless Living Institute. As the head of the Life Coach Certification Program since 2013 – as well as a Master and Mentor Certified Fearless Living Coach herself – Larissa is super-passionate about supporting our Program Candidates in becoming more of who they’re really meant to be, as they discover everything that the LCCP has to offer.
Larissa loves chatting about the LCCP, and she knows the ins and outs of our program better than anyone – so who better to take care of our FAQs? If you’re wondering if becoming a Coach could be your next big step towards freedom, we invite you to explore more information below.
Check out Larissa’s quick videos for the answers to some of the most popular questions we hear from people just like you.
How long is the Life Coach Certification Program (LCCP)?
The LCCP is a comprehensive 12-month program, structured around three Phases. Even though 12 months might sound like a long time, it goes by fast!
In Phase One, you’ll be getting a personal experience of the Fearless Living work. When you move on to Phase Two, you’ll start sharing that work with others, as you begin to work with real-life Study Clients.
And as you move further through Phase Two? You’ll have the opportunity to start charging your clients – so you’ll actually be making money as a Coach while you’re still in the program!
When you get to Phase Three, you’re going to put everything together to build your business. So when you graduate, we aim for you step seamlessly from the program into your career – and for most of our PCs, that means completing the program with anywhere from 3-6 active clients on board.
How many people are accepted into each class?
What is the time commitment for the LCCP?
Most of our students come to the LCCP with all kinds of other important priorities in their lives – work, family, hobbies, etc. – and we want you to have that kind of full life.
In terms of the amount of time to set aside for the LCCP, just know that what you put into the program is what you get out of it. So your time commitment is going to vary based on your choices there.
Are you the kind of person who likes to write one or two sentences to a short-answer question? Or are you somebody who likes to write a paragraph, or a few pages?
That kind of thing is really what’s going to determine how much time you choose to devote to the LCCP. That said, most of our students report dedicating between 10-15 hours per week to the program.
Just remember, what you put into it is what you get out of it.
Can I do the LCCP while I have a full-time job?
As a Life Coach, you’re the boss…and your schedule is entirely your own.
Will there be any extra costs that come up once I’m in the program?
How are the materials delivered?
As a student in the LCCP, you’re going to be meeting with your classmates and instructors in real-time: on the phone, in-person twice (for two three-day workshops), and online.
Plus, you’ll get access to a huge online library of training materials to support you in becoming the best Coach that you can be. And you’re encouraged to download all of it for reference in the program and beyond.