How To Certify
For organizations seeking cost-effective ways to implement solutions involving large populations of managers and frontline workers, FranklinCovey certifies on-site client facilitators to teach our content and adapt it to your organization’s needs. FranklinCovey has over 45,000 client facilitators world-wide certified to teach in 41 different content areas.
Client facilitators can certify in 41 different content areas by attending a live certification program or via our new virtual FAST TRACK process that allows you to self-certify without leaving your home or office. Both certification experiences are designed to ensure that you are a highly effective facilitator and to empower you to choose the best method for your budget, timing and skill development.
The steps to becoming certified are:
|Step One||Step Two|
|Attend the Content Workshop||Attend the Certification Workshop|
|Live or Fast Track||Live or Fast Track|
Contact your designated FranklinCovey Client Partner and select the content workshop that you wish to become certified in. Register and attend the program as a participant. Most workshops are offered as a live, open-enrollment public program or “virtually” through a DVD or webinar.
Register to attend a certification program. The tuition for certifying at a live event or virtually through FAST TRACK is the same. Sign a FranklinCovey Client Facilitator License Agreement and register to attend a certification program.
At this time, you are required to pay the license fee, certification tuition, and a minimum required purchase of 20 participant manuals. You may also need to purchase a facilitator kit and program videos if they are not included in your tuition. Consult with your Client Partner for clarification.
Attend and complete your certification experience.
Certification Workshop Calendar
Click here to visit our Training and Events Calendar to search for dates and locations of our workshops and other related events.
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