Each Genratec Coach is trained to deliver specific programmes designed by Genratec. Coaches undergo a rigorous training programme (over 500 hours) and uphold our professional standards including Genratec’s Code of Conduct and our internal Coaches Code. While they are in this training process they are know as Genratec Associates.
Once coaches complete their initial training (they’re always in ongoing development), they are obtain the status of Genratec Accreditated Associates.
There are further levels of Partner and Associate depending on their training and relationship with our work. The accreditation programmes produce Associates and Partners who have achieved the professional benchmarks required to be licensed to deliver Genratec programmes. Every Genratec Coach has a Supervisor. This relationship further enhances professional development and maintains the coach’s own mastery. Of course the client directly benefits from their coach’s ongoing professional supervision and
Genratec Coaches go through hundreds of hours of training to gain Accreditation. The Genratec Partner and Associate structure provides a clear path and recognition of expertise, roles and responsibilities that colleagues and clients can rely on.
Genratec Coaches progress according to training, experience and professional development. Partners and Associates are trained to deliver specific Genratec programmes.
Partners are Genratec Coaches committed to forwarding our work.
Partners have furthered their involvement to be recognised not only as licensed practitioners, but as individuals instrumental in the development of the Genratec community. Accreditation is programme specific.
Genratec Associates are coaches who are trained and authorised to deliver specific programmes.
Accreditation is programme specific. This means that each Genratec Coach will have been trained in distinctions and technologies specific to each Genratec Programme. For a coach to become accredited in the MasterLiving Programme for example, they must have completed the training relevant to that programme. This ensures that clients are being coached by people who have experienced (and are trained in) the programme that they are about embark on.