Introductory and Intermediate
The six day training schedule hours are day one through five are 8:45 AM - 4:30 PM, day six is 8:30 AM - 5:15 PM.
$4,390 is our early registration fee for our Six-Day In-Person Program when participants register 60 days prior to the start day of the program. The regular registration cost is $4,490 when participants register less than 60 days prior to the program start date.
Refunds, Changes, and Cancellations
There is a $100 processing fee for change or refund requests made prior to two weeks before the event. Please note that once you take an assessment the refund policy changes. After you have taken an assessment, the refund policy states that refunds are allowed up to 14 days before the workshop, less a $200 fee. If a course must be cancelled due to a natural disaster, crisis or instructor illness, the seminar will be rescheduled. Within 14 days of the start date there are no other refunds or changes.
*CV (Curriculum Vitae) are available upon request.
Jeffrey E. Auerbach, Ph.D., MCC — Founder and President of College of Executive Coaching. He designs and delivers executive coaching programs, wellness coaching programs, internal coaching programs to build a coaching culture, and emotionally intelligent leadership programs globally.
Reldan Nadler, Psy.D., MCC — a psychologist, an ICF Master Certified Coach, author and trainer. He is a principal in True North Leadership, Inc., an executive development and team development consulting firm based in Santa Barbara.
Andrea Molgerg, Ph.D., BCC — an executive coach and consulting psychologist whose individual clients include CEOs, physicians, police chiefs, attorneys, HR directors, entrepreneurs, managers, high potentials, and problem employees.
Lynn K. Jones, DSW, PCC, BCC — an International Coach Federation Professional Certified Coach, certified social work manager, consultant and trainer based in Santa Barbara.
Coach training candidates need to demonstrate professional and interpersonal skills appropriate for professional coaching. Coaching certification applicants complete a separate application which must be submitted and approved. Approval involves reviewing application statements, coaching performance, attendance, interpersonal interactions during training and consideration of past professional disciplinary complaints. Not all applicants may be appropriate for coach training or certification. Grievances may be submitted in writing to the program administrator and upon review the College of Executive Coaching’s decisions are final.
Full attendance in all courses is required in order to receive credit. Late arrival, early departures or missed classes prevent credit from being awarded.
College of Executive Coaching and Faculty have no conflict of interest or commercial support.
Sponsors must assure that when referring to APA approval, the correct statement is used in all promotional materials such as ads, brochures, and announcements. When referring to APA approval, the following statement must be used: "College of Executive Coaching is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. College of Executive Coaching maintains responsibility for this program and its content."