Getting started in the business of coaching is no easy task. There’s more to being a great coach than just knowing the sport. Whether you’re a part time or full time coach, you also have to be good at running a business. 

In this 30-minute webinar, we'll cover why you should start a business, what it takes to run one, the benefits of incorporating, types of corporations, what you'll need to plan for before starting, things you'll need to do when running a business, advertising, assembling a team, and business do's and don'ts.

Course Curriculum

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    The Business of Coaching: Getting Started

    • The Business of Coaching: Getting Started

About the instructor


Joan Scrivanich

Joan holds an advanced degree in Exercise Physiology from Columbia University, an Ivy League research university in New York City. She also holds the industry-leading Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) certification from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), the worldwide authority on strength and conditioning. Before becoming a full-time coach, she worked in the healthcare field at the nation’s top ranked hospitals in New York City, which included Columbia University Medical Center, Mt. Sinai Medical Center, and NYU Medical Center.Joan’s Degrees and Certifications include:Master’s Degree in Applied Exercise Physiology from Columbia UniversityBachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Biology from Seton Hall UniversityUSA Triathlon Certified CoachIRONMAN Certified CoachUSA Track and Field Certified CoachUSA Track and Field Registered CoachNSCA Certified Strength and Conditioning SpecialistNSCA Certified Personal TrainerUnited States Olympic Committee SafeSport ProgramTraining Peaks Level 2 Accredited CoachBasic Cardiac Life Support