ReCODE 2.0 Training for Coaches – FAQs
ReCODE 2.0 Training For Coaches
Frequently Asked Questions
Who can take this course?
Anyone can participate in this training. However, to become a Certified ReCODE 2.0 Coach and listed in our database, you must have completed a National Board for Health and Wellness Coaching (NBHWC) approved program or petition for an exception. The ReCODE 2.0 Training for Coaches assumes the student has a knowledge-base consistent with foundational health coach training, including core coaching competencies.
How can I find out more?
Apollo Health held a live Q&A Zoom session on January 7th to answer questions and provide updated information about the course, and you can watch that below. To be on the mailing list to receive more information on ReCODE 2.0 Training for Coaches, please email email@example.com.
What will be available to me as a Certified ReCODE 2.0 Coach?
As a Certified ReCODE 2.0 Coach, you will have the most comprehensive and up-to-date training available to prevent and reverse cognitive decline. Additionally, upon your certification, you will have the distinction of being listed in our Practitioner and Coach Locator Tool with a badge indicating your advanced training. You will also have full access to the abundant resources available on the Apollo member portal. This badge may also be used on your website and social media.
Can I become a certified health coach through this training?
No. This course is not a coach training program. This advanced training program is for certified health coaches who desire to become certified by Apollo Health in ReCODE 2.0. If you are not a certified health coach and wish to take an NBHWC approved Health and Wellness Coach certification course, click here for a list of approved training programs. Many Bredesen- trained/Apollo coaches have begun their training through Functional Medicine Coaching Academy. As the Bredesen Protocol® is a systems-based approach to cognitive decline, training in the functional medicine model provides a consistent foundational framework.
If you are not a certified coach but still wish to take the training, you will receive access to all course modules but may not represent yourself as an Apollo Health Certified Coach in any manner. The live monthly calls that accompany the training will only be available to certified coaches or those who have met the conditional criteria for certification. With that said, if you are currently enrolled in an NBHWC approved training, you can take this course at the same time and participate in the live calls.
What is the advantage of taking RECODE 2.0 Training for Coaches if I have already taken the FMCA Reversing Cognitive Decline course?
Apollo Health strongly encourages coaches to update their education in the Bredesen Protocol for the following reasons:
The Science of PreCODE and ReCODE has advanced significantly since the release of the RCD course. ReCODE 2.0 contains all of the updated science in one place, delivered by leaders in the field.
ReCODE 2.0 for Coaches contains significantly more material than the original RCD version, including all modules from the ReCODE 2.0 Training for Practitioners, broken down into required or bonus content. Required content quizzes will be designed to align within the coaching scope of practice. A list of current practitioner module content and instructors can be found here.
Coaching modules created by coaches working with ReCODE and PreCODE clients and designed to improve client outcomes, include:
- facilitating 1:1 and group coaching in the cognitive decline space;
- working with care partners.
- coaching as a part of a Bredesen Protocol care team.
- incorporating mindfulness into your work.
- balancing the educational/coaching continuum.
- training augmented by monthly live Q&A sessions facilitated by coaches working in this highly specialized space.
Is Apollo Health a National Board of Health and Wellness Coaching (NBHWC)-Approved Continuing Education Provider (CEP)?
Yes. Apollo Health is an NBHWC-approved CEP number 100205.
How many CEUs can I earn?
Apollo Health is approved by NBHWC for 36 CEU’s for ReCODE 2.0 for Coaches. You will receive the CEU certificate upon successful completion of the training.
What is the cost of ReCODE 2.0 Training for Coaches?
The price of the training is $997. If you are a graduate of FMCA we offer a 15% discount on the training. The registration link can be found in the graduate portal of the FMCA website.
How long will it take me to complete the course?
It will vary based on your individual pacing. There will be over 36 hours of required material and live calls.
How long will I have to complete the course and have access to the materials and live calls?
You must complete the course within one year from the date of the final module release, and you will have access to all course material and live calls for the same amount of time.
I understand there is a practitioner/coach hybrid training. Is this the right course for me as a practitioner and coach, and how do I get more information and register for this training?
The hybrid course is for those who practice as a coach and a practitioner and want to be listed in both categories with Apollo Health. If you take this course, you will be tested at the practitioner level and need to take the coaching modules as well. If you are a National Board Certified Health and Wellness Coach, you will be able to get CEU’s.
I have already started ReCODE 2.0 Training for Practitioners because the coach training was not yet available. Can I count my completed modules toward the coach training when it is released?
In order to be designated as a certified ReCODE 2.0 Coach, you will need to complete the upcoming coach training program. If you went ahead and began the ReCODE 2.0 Practitioner training, we will credit you difference in costs when you enroll in the coaching program.