How to Get Certified

Get Certified in Three Easy Steps

 

Service Firms

Step 1

Experience the workshop (not required for some programs).

Look for a Public Workshop

 

Organizations

Step 2

Register and attend a certification workshop.

Look for a Certification Workshop

 

Individual

Step 3

Choose a Licensee Type that fits you the best.

What Licensee Types Available?

Step 1.

Experience the workshop (not required for some programs).

 

 

Look for a Public Workshop

Step 2.

Register and attend a certification workshop.

 

 

Look for a Certification Workshop

 

Step 3.

Choose a Licensee Type that fit you the best.

 

 

What Licensee Types Available?

 

License Types

Become a Licensed Practitioner

“Licensed Practitioners" are individual trainers who wish to use BCon Programs to deliver in-house workshops, coaching and consultation services for their own clients. Printing and materials customization (i.e. derivatives) rights require a separate written agreement.

To become a Licensed Practitioner, you must attend and successfully complete a certification workshop. There may be additional requirements, depending on the certification program.

 

Become a Corporate Internal Licensee

"Corporate Internal Licensees" are for organizations that wish to use BCon Programs to deliver workshops, coaching and consultation services internally/only within their own organization. Printing and materials customization (i.e. derivatives) rights require a separate written agreement.

To become a Corporate Internal Licensee, organizations must have at least one certified practitioner attend and successfully complete a certification workshop.

 

Become a Corporate Licensee

"Corporate Licensees" are professional service firms who offer training, consulting and coaching services and wish to use BCon Programs to enhance their offerings. BCon partners with Corporate Licensees to deliver its branded programs (training, coaching and consulting services) to clients globally. Printing and materials customization (i.e. derivatives) rights require a separate written agreement.

To become a Corporate Licensee, at least one certified practitioner must attend and successfully complete a certification workshop.