Kristen Crandall says
November 8, 2018 at 10:10 am
Great! Please let me know if you have someone planned to work with on this, or we can assign you a scholarship client. Whichever you prefer. Once you complete this, you can submit notes/documentation or have the client send in a testimonial and this will be approved for your CEU credit. Thanks! -Kristen Crandall
Judith Forman says
November 8, 2018 at 12:00 pm
Hi Kristen! I do have a woman in my coaching group who is planning to apply for TNP scholarship. But I don’t know if she will be a winner. So, maybe when the next batch of winners are announced, I can choose her if she is one of them. But if not, you can assign me one. Does that work? Is TNP still planning on offering the scholarship again this month? Thank you!
November 9, 2018 at 10:51 am
I haven’t heard when they plan to offer another scholarship, it may be later in 2019. So, your lady in your coaching group may be a good option to help. Otherwise we can match you will someone. I’m still working out the details on that, so we can touch base on this soon, if you want the client to come from us. Thanks!
November 9, 2018 at 7:24 pm
Hi! I touched base with Melissa Miller and she said the next round of scholarship winners would likely not happen until the spring. So a few questions:
1. If I wait for a TNP scholarship winner to coach in the spring, is that OK for my CEUs? When do I need to complete my CEUs by? I was originally certified in June 2018.
2. I re-read the requirement and it says provide coaching for a scholarship CANDIDATE and not WINNER. Are there other scholarships being offered before TNP that would lead to other candidates?
3. Could I coach someone who just wants to apply to be a coach or does it have to be someone who is a scholarship candidate?
If this one is too complicated/unknown, I am happy to pick some other CEUs. I see that attending the Summit is 2 points — Since I attended that since becoming certified, can I get those 2 points? It says in the email you sent: “Any activity you have done since becoming certified that qualifies for CEU credits, can be submitted with proper documentation. ”
Sorry for all of the questions. I just want to be clear about what I have to do!
Thank you again!
November 12, 2018 at 12:48 pm
Hi Judith, you are welcome to mentor a new Coach to earn some CEU credits, as I think you are thinking of when you mention TNP and scholarship candidates. I think we got crossed on this though. as this CEU credit is made to Coach a client through the Whole30 without charging them a fee. So they would be a scholarship client, whether it is someone you find, or we match you with a deserving community member. It doesn’t have to be someone that is applying to become a Coach. Hope that makes sense! 🙂
November 12, 2018 at 2:04 pm
Hi! I was on the train before so I wanted to reply here in the right place:
Hi! Ah! So if I wanted to offer a “free” spot to someone in my January coaching group who would otherwise not be able to afford it, would that count as the CEU credits? If they can show that I didn’t charge them and provided them with coaching services? Is that what you mean? Thanks!
November 12, 2018 at 2:05 pm
Also, can you please confirm that by attending the past Summit (Aug 2018), I receive 2 CEUs for that? Just want to make sure I am reading that correctly. Thank you!
February 26, 2019 at 8:09 am
Hi! I have completed this – I hosted several other Whole30 Coaches in my recent January group (60 days!) at no cost to them. I am collecting testimonials from them and I will share in one email for you. Among the coaches were Ann Scott, Meredith Lake, Helen Dennis, Mandie Peterson, Laura O’Connor, Sandra Luttrell, Kristin Behn, Kelli Peters, Devon Jenkins, and more…
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