Community Coaching Hubs


Our life coach training is delivered through blended learning combining the best of group work, online and independent study and one-to-one tutoirials.



To fulfil our vision we partner with groups in the community to develop community coaching hubs where people can grow their sense of purpose and wellbeing with the support of our trainee or graduate life coaches.

Each of our hubs is unique to its own location. They may comprise a combination of professional life coaches, student life coaches or volunteer life coaches from the hosting community group. They may also include other wellbeing professionals and therapists who are members of our guild. Each hub reflects the desires and needs of the community it serves.


Examples of groups we partner with to develop community coaching hubs include:


  • Community and faith groups
  • Schools, colleges and universities
  • Housing associations and landlords
  • Criminal justice agencies
  • Health care providers
  • Socially responsible businesses


Our coaching hubs will typically offer members of the community free at the point of contact life coaching. We often see people who have received life coaching go on to train as life coaches themselves.

An example of one of our community coaching hubs


Since 2014 we have been working with My Clubmoor and St Andrews Community Network in the Clubmoor Area of Liverpool, UK.


Through partnering with St Andrews Community Network, we have developed a community coaching hub with 30 volunteers trained as life coaches and access to professional life coaches for more complex issues. The hub has been able to reach members of the community which might not otherwise have been reached to support recovery from issues such as addiction, abuse and mental health, and also support local people improve their quality of life.

Some of the community organisations we have worked with to develop community coaching hubs:

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