Consciously Digital Certification Syllabus
The Consciously Digital coach training uses active learning principles and combines theory, group exercises, case studies and practice. There's nothing pre-recorded and you learn in the way that is most natural to humans, not machines.
While learning the theory and latest research on digital wellbeing, neuroscience, psychology, coaching, and design, students will also practice their skills through case studies, coaching sessions, and written assignments.
During a typical two-week period, we learn actively in the following ways:
•Relevant digital wellbeing reading
•Essays on theory
•Self-development work on digital habits
•Real-world case study
•2-hour live and interactive group call
•Digital wellbeing theory clarification
•Sharing real client work experiences
The Consciously Digital Coach Training capstone project will start students on their digital wellbeing career by developing and getting valuable feedback on a workshop or product that incorporates course principles. Sample past projects include a digital detox retreat, a workshop for healthy children, digital minimalism for marketing professionals, and many more.
The course is constantly being updated to incorporate the latest research - here is a sample of the topics covered in detail in the course. You can also check out a more detailed program for next intake here.
If you are interested in a course preview, try our 1-Day Digital Wellbeing Coach Fundamentals.
Certification & Accreditation
Get Certified as a Consciously Digital Coach, by the only digital wellness coach training program in the world officially approved both by National Board for Health and Wellness Coaching and by International Coach Federation (ICF), the gold standard in coaching.
Consciously Digital Coach Training is officially recognised by International Coach Federation (ICF) for Continuous Coaching Education (CCE) program. ICF is the biggest and most authoritative coaching association in the world. Having an ICF recognised diploma gives you credibility as a coach all around the world. Most working coaches are expected to have some form of recognition, especially if they work with corporates.
Graduates from 2023 receive a total of 70 hours of CCEs (48 of those are core competencies), which they can later use to apply for an official ICF coach accreditation. The program covers CCE hours needed for ACC accreditation. More info about the ICF accreditation system is here. If you are an NBHWC registered coach, you will get 36 CEs, which is the maximum number of hours you need to renew your certification every 3 years.
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Duration & Time Commitment
The duration of the course is 8 months. It consists of 1 welcome call, 16 main calls, plus 3 skill drill calls (mandatory if you are not an accredited coach and highly recommended if you are one). In total, you will have two calls per month 2.5 hours each, plus schedule time for your own work and working in small groups. This you can do at any time. Recommended time commitment for studies is min 6-7 hours per week.
2-3 hours per week for individual research (estimated/recommended)
2-2.5 hours per week for group work (estimated/recommended)
2 hours 30 minutes every two weeks for a group call (mandatory)
The program includes tuition, small group coaching and individual work in total. Most of this time is flexible, except you need to commit to being present at two calls that last for 2 hours 30 minutes each per month. In order to successfully pass the program, you'll need to score at least 50% (which gives you a lot of flexibility in your study). Experience shows that students who can study at least for 7 hours a week will do well.
Scholarships & Funding
We currently offer a reduced tuition fee scholarship of 10% off, which is merit-based. It is assigned at the end of the course to the student who scores at the top of his/her class. There is no scholarship that covers 100% of the studies. About 1/3 of our students are at least partially sponsored by their workplace training budget.
For more information on scholarships and funding, please check the FAQs.