Wellness opens the door to a community’s future.
We need a radical solution to make sure everyone gets through.
IWE helps boost community well-being and resilience by giving individuals science-based techniques to help themselves, their families, and others
Put wellness on the map
Schools, civic organizations, faith-based groups, and businesses are mirrors of the community.
IWE’s Level 1 Wellness Coaching Certification program helps communities meet their health and wellness challenges head-on.
Obesity, inactivity, tobacco use, stress, substance use, and other lifestyle factors threaten the well-being of communities nationwide. And no one is immune. That’s why putting wellness on the agenda of every community organization benefits everyone in the organization, and beyond.
IWE’s training empowers organizations to marshal their unique strengths and resources so each person can make their own changes for better health and wellness, and then, help others around them.
Everyone has a role to play and IWE offers the training everyone needs.
Build capacity into the community
IWE offers training for everyone.
Regardless of educational achievement, age, or occupation, everyone can help make the change process for greater health and wellness a little easier. IWE’s Wellness Coaching Level 1 training provides is a good first start. Community members, from teenagers to retired adults, who become certified, model wellness by example and lead peer activities to engage others in wellness. For administrators and managers, becoming certified gives them concrete tools and concepts so they can take the lead to transform their organization’s culture and make health and wellness the social norm.
After becoming certified as a Wellness Coach Level 1, people who want to provide others with more ongoing, intensive support and specialize in one or more areas of practice can go on to Levels 2-5 certification.
Certified Wellness Coach
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We wrote the book!
IWE created the competencies and curriculum for the U.S. Department of Labor’s Wellness Coaching Registered Apprenticeship Program. Participating in IWE’s Wellness Practitioner training courses with your employer’s support can count towards fulfilling the Department of Labor’s Registered Apprenticeship Program requirements.