Health Coach Certificate - JUNE/JULY CLASS
Become a PreKure Certified Health Coach
Our June 2019 intake is FULL!
Next intake of students is September 2019.
Please register your interest below.
The world needs more Health Coaches! Health Coaches are currently the missing link in healthcare. Become a PreKure certified Health Coach and support people in making the critical lifestyle changes required to dramatically improve their wellbeing. By doing this certificate you'll get the practical tools and resources you need to make your job as a Health Coach, GP, Nurse, Nutritionist, PT, or caregiver easier. You'll discover the evidence based for preventative medicine, enjoy more job satisfaction and see better health outcomes for your clients/patients.
"By doing this course I have increased my knowledge and understanding. It has helped me in achieving my goal of becoming a health coach. It is an easy way to learn while still doing life. It's attainable in a busy life."
- Paula Holdt
The PreKure Faculty is a team of internationally recognised health professionals, highly educated in the science and practice of lifestyle medicine. The team includes, Professor of Public Health - Grant Schofield, Dr Chris Reid - GP, Dr Desiree Dickerson - Neuroscientist & Registered Psychologist, Dr Catherine Crofts - Pharmacist and World expert on Diabetes management and reversal, Dr Louise Schofield - Behaviour Change expert, Sonya English, Registered Nurse, Dr Simon Thornley - Epidemiologist, Dr Glen Davies - GP,Registered Dietitian - Dr Caryn Zinn, ICF trained coach Carlo Berlini.
Frequently Asked Questions
STEP 1 - Complete PreKureME.
STEP 2 - Complete the 6 theory courses:
PK101: Behaviour as Medicine
PK102: Nutrition as Medicine
PK103: Fitness as Medicine
PK104: Mind-Body Medicine
PK105: Making Sense of Research
PK106: Medications and Navigating the Healthcare System.
STEP 3 - The final course to complete before you become a PreKure qualified health coach is PK100: The Practice of Coaching.
This is a practical course that involves you 'coaching and having your coaching observed by a PreKure Mentor Coach.
Details of these courses can be found at www.prekure.com/online-courses.
- Middle-aged women going through perimenopause and struggling with weight, sleep, etc.
- Millennial women having a hard time finding balance in their lives
- Middle-aged men looking to lose weight and get fit
- Retired couples wanting to age well and stay off medication
- Cancer survivor wanting to stay in remission and be as healthy as possible
1. Lead a team on the PreKure Habits 21-day challenge. You can use the challenge as a FREE introductory tool to your services as a health coach PLUS we do all the hard work for you with healthy food guides, recipes and fitness plans.
2. Start with just ONE client and a set time-frame of say 12 weeks to achieve a specific outcome with them. Share that you are training to become a health coach (and why this interests you) with your social circles so people know what you are doing.
3. Set clear goals. What is the income goal you’d like to meet through health coaching and how much time can you give it? Start with attainable goals that are flexible and will build your confidence.
Remember, it is about progress not perfection so it does not have to be all-or-nothing when it comes to health coaching. You can do it on the side especially to begin with until you build your skills and reputation.
“Love the work that you guys are doing; I think I remember having a grizzle on Facebook a year or two ago about the prospects of studying in the field of nutrition without just being force-fed the guidelines every step of the way, and then like magic, along came PreKure!”
- Brendan Reid
Please register your interest here
And receive a complimentary copy of our Health Coach Certificate Brochure
Serious about signing up but want to talk to someone first?
Dr Louise Schofield (Co-founder here at PreKure) is available to answer any questions you may have about PreKure's Health Coach Certificate. Louise can be contacted on +64 21 488 749 on Wednesdays between 10 am - 3.pm New Zealand time.