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Corporate Wellness Coach Certification
As a Certified Corporate Wellness Coach, you will help companies reduce overall health costs and improve employee health, well-being, retention and performance. Corporate wellness coaching is designed to help employees improve their health and wellbeing in the workplace. You will learn to integrate into any corporate setting to help employees become healthier, more productive, and more engaged in their work.
Corporate wellness is not necessarily corporate fitness; it's not just group exercise at closing time anymore! Your educational course includes specific training on corporate wellness and employee health promotion concepts, motivational strategies, strategies to reduce health care costs, reduction in employee absenteeism, training in health risk assessments, legal responsibilities, limitations in the workplace, and a list of assessment tools and techniques. You will also explore the concept of "presenteeism".
Learn coaching options, which allow you to work as an employee or contractor. There are a number of hybrid models. You will learn how to structure a corporate wellness program that is inclusive, engaging and cost-effective.
This course fits many profiles - from human resource directors and benefits managers to health, fitness, wellness coaches across a broad spectrum. You will learn to work with human resource administrations and the employees themselves to facilitate effective employee wellness and health promotion programs.
Learn How to Start Your Successful Career as a Spencer Institute Corporate Wellness Coach
Certified corporate Wellness Coach
6-Pay Payment Plan
NO CREDIT CHECK REQUIRED
6 payments of $71
(30 days apart, includes $30 processing fee)
Discounts do not apply to payment plans.
We must receive all payments prior to examination.
Our Certified Wellness Coach Certification (CWC) program is designed to empower new and experienced coaches, and is presented as a client-centered approach. This is done through the use of behavior change strategies and sound coaching practices used in the field currently.
Understanding Foundations of Wellness, The Dynamics and Diversity of Wellness, One-on-one Wellness Coaching, Corporate Wellness Coaching, Marketing Your Skills, Personal Inventory and Assessment of Knowledge, Skills and Abilities, Changing Behaviors, Social and Emotional Components of Wellness, Preventing Cardiovascular Diseases and Improving CV metrics, Managing Risk Factors, The Transtheoretical Model, Stages of Change / Stage of Readiness, Common Conditions Requiring Wellness Strategies, Special Populations, Strategies to Help Manage Stress
Certified Corporate wellness coach & WELLNESS COACH
This option is not eligible for discounts or payment plan.
Purchased seperatly $894
SAVE money and purchase both the Certified Corporate Wellness Coach and Certified Wellness Coach programs!
Earn both certifications and work with a wide range of clients. Help more people enhance their health, vitality, energy and overall happiness.
Comparing our Wellness Coaching Course and this Corporate Wellness Coaching program:
Our wellness coaching certification program is designed to give you the tools and skills to consult, educate, and be an effective coach for individuals and families wanting to improve their wellness in the workplace.
This course is designed to teach you how to manage and facilitate corporate wellness programs, employee health incentive plans, create and support a wellness culture and promote healthy behaviors to reduce company costs and improve overall morale of the organizations you serve.
If you hold both certifications, you can leverage your credentials to increase your career options, success, income and diversity.
Expanded Bonus Education that Delivers What Coaches Need to Thrive
When you enroll, you will receive a collection of curated content in the complementary Essential Coaching Skills course.
We provide interactive modules to master your coaching master
You will learn the following:
Being skills of coaching
Doing skills of coaching … and more
Corporate Wellness Industry Data, Statistics and Information
50% or more of U.S. companies are operating corporate wellness programs.
Corporate wellness statistics depict a savings of $2.30 to $10.10 for every $1 spent on wellness initiatives.
A Ipsos-Reid corporate wellness statistics paper in 2004 found the three major preventable causes of staff absenteeism to be mental health (anxiety and/or depression), stress and a bad relationship with a supervisor.
Corporate wellness statistics from Prudential Insurance reveal a benefit expense of $312 per person enrolled in their wellness system, but $574 per non-enrolled employee.
Work with individuals or groups of employees to identify areas where they can improve their health and wellbeing, such as stress management, nutrition, physical activity, and sleep
A growing body of evidence suggests that effectively run corporate fitness and wellness programs result in the following benefits:
Increased productivity and safety
Increased employee health and energy levels
Improvement in morale and camaraderie among coworkers
For the Employees
Enhanced creativity and ability to concentrate
Decreased stress levels
Reduced employee turnover
Decreased injuries and health problems, and decreased disability and worker’s compensation costs
Enhanced recruitment potential
Introduction to corporate health and wellness and your training program
Foundations of corporate wellness coaching- Making a clear case for the need to incorporate wellness into the work environment. You will be able to prepare proposals to senior management executives when you can understand how much value there is keeping employees healthy. Understanding the different dynamics of corporate wellness is your first step in your training and certification process.
The History of Corporate Wellness and Employee Health Incentive Programs- One of the key strengths of this field is that it continues to refine itself based on history and the advancements made in technology. It’s impossible to continue forward without knowing what shaped the industry. Our course puts you right in the middle of the current field of corporate wellness coaching.
Identifying the needs of both employers and employees
One of the most important aspects of this niche – you will learn how employees and employers look at corporate wellness programs different than employees do. Our program shows you to sort out what’s important beyond the bottom line.
Preparing purposes and goals
Planning programs based on data. A lot like the creative minds that you will hear in our audio segments, this is probably the most creative part of the process that you will go through as part of becoming a corporate wellness coach. You will learn how to plan and launch a wellness program on the management level, and then to the general employee level.
Selecting engaging healthy lifestyle incentive programs
Since Corporate Wellness programs are delivered at different intensities of interaction or to different populations, you’ll want to pick the best options for your population in order to be effective and to maximize results. They will encourage you to consider all angles of the program's decision process.
What wellness is worth?
You will learn what is involved when undertaking financial preparations for corporate wellness programs – everything from health care costs or savings to creating realistic budgets within proposals; this planning is important because financing wellness has to have a financial source somewhere. This helps to drive program content just as much as the HRA (Health Risk Assessment) process does.
COACH RESOURCE MATERIALS:
You will also receive over 15 White Papers, Professional Research Documents and PDF educational papers from leading experts, coaches, universities and corporate health and wellness authorities. Each document ranges from 2 to 52 pages.
You will not be tested on this portion of your program. It included these documents for your further research, review, and learning.
Topics include: Programming, case studies, cost savings to corporations, assessments, motivational strategies and incentive programs, work site fitness programs and much more.
Program Title: Corporate Wellness Coach Certification
Credential you will earn: Certified Corporate Wellness Coach (CCWC)
Intended For: Individuals who have a health, fitness, medical, education, nutrition, coaching, wellness or human resources background, and desire to expand their career options within the corporate wellness & health promotion industry.
Continuing Education Approvals: ISSA 20 CEUs, Spencer Institute 2.0 CEUs, NESTA 2.0 CEUs, ITCA 2.0 CEUs, MMACA 2.0 CEUs
Recertification Requirements: Certification is valid for (2) two years. You are required to complete 2.0 units (20 hours) of CEUs (continuing education credits) to keep your certification valid. Please review the 2-Year Recertification Guide for further details. This is a simple process that keeps you informed and up-to-date with industry trends and research.
Study Format: 100% online learning, mobile device friendly, self-paced program which includes your official corporate wellness coaching manual, video presentations, audio interviews with leading corporate wellness experts (including full transcripts of the interviews). You will also receive dozens of documents you can model from successful wellness programs, employee health risk analysis programs, case studies and promotional pieces used all over the world.
Register now, then you will be directed to create your online student account. You may begin your studies immediately after registering, or log in to your student account later to start your studies.
The materials will be released to you at one time. You can test when you are ready. You can review the materials as often as you like, you have lifetime access to the training portal. You will immediately know the results after you take your test.
This program requires approximately 20 hours of study.
Certification Exam Requirements: Passing a 100 question (multiple choice), non-proctored online exam with 70% or higher. Three attempts at the exam are given. Results are known immediately.
Retest Fee: $95 re-test fee applies if the passing requirement is not met at the end of the third exam attempt.
Is this program accredited? The Spencer Institute is accredited by The Certification and Accreditation Board of the American Association of Drugless Practitioners (AADP). The AADP is a professional accrediting association which recognizes traditional and non-traditional programs in the United States and around the world.
Why is having a certification in this field of work important? The impact of being certified as a corporate wellness coach includes being part of a solution for worksite health and wellness by delivering results: improved employee health, reduced healthcare costs, increased productivity and engagement, and a positive impact on overall company culture and employee satisfaction.
Results we have
Learning life coaching at the Spencer Institute has been a great way for me to increase my business base. I really liked that I could work full time while learning life coaching on my own time schedule. Not only do I now have coaching clients, but I also attract more psychotherapy clients who choose me because I can do coaching in addition to psychotherapy.
The Spencer Institute Coaching programs are informative while being exciting and cutting edge. Their variety of approaches to coaching holistically keeps my business fresh and me coming back for more.
I am a lifelong learner, and firmly believe no matter how much we know, we can always discover more!! My brother told me about Spencer Institute, and I thank him because it really amped up my skills in coaching clients. Being a busy mom, I absolutely loved the distance learning since it fits with my hectic schedule, and I was able to do the courses at my own pace!
I completed the personal fitness chef, fitness nutrition coach and kid’s nutrition specialist programs (some from NESTA) and I am so glad that I did. Most recently, I’ve been giving talks on healthy snacking to children and I am finding that it complements my cooking schedule. It’s a nice complement to the work I do in the kitchen. I just wanted to say thanks!