Complete a short (5-10 min) application to help us understand more about your experience, background, and reasons for wanting to become a decision coach.
To qualify for Decision Coach certification, applicants must have a minimum of 5 years facilitation experience.
Once you have applied, a member from the Decision Coach Program will reach out to you via e-mail to schedule a 15-30 minute interview.
The interview is done to get to know you beyond the application, and ask you any clarifying questions from the application.
Congratulations, you’ve been admitted into the program! You will receive an e-mail with instructions and program details.
Phase 1: (Modules 1-10 and Case Study) = Approximately 30 hours.
Phase 2: (Live Engagement) = Approximately 40 hours.
Program details include:
Program start date
Expected Program completion date
Link to access Allovance Decision Coach Certification Course
You will be prompted to pay the $2,300 certification cost before being able to enroll into the course
Link to create Allovance Software account
Contact information for a DC Program Manager
The certification course is a one-time, non-refundable $2,300 fee.
We use the e-learning platform Curatr to administer the Certification Course. You will receive an email with instructions.
The Decision Coach Certification Course consists of 10 modules that explain the Allovance process, the science behind the process, how to facilitate the process with a client, software videos/tutorials, and much more information to help you throughout the course.
The Certification Course will walk you through several potential real-world situations in which you can begin practicing what you are learning.
Once you have completed the modules, you will then use the Allovance Software to complete your Case Study.
Congratulations, you've completed and passed all 9 modules of the Certification Course. Now we begin the live engagement phase.
Upon passing the course you will receive a certificate of completion from Allovance in partnership with the University of Michigan Economic Growth Institute.
This phase gives you the opportunity to practice what you've learned in the certification through a live engagement with a client.
Further details can be found in the last module and/or by contacting the DC Program Manager.
Once you’ve completed the Live Engagement you will be awarded with the Allovance Decision Coach Designation and Certification from Allovance in partnership with the University of Michigan Economic Growth Institute.
A Decision Coach is capable of managing a quantified decision making process in a variety of categories.
They understand how to eliminate decision biases from the process, and implement the 5-step Allovance Method to help organizations reach better decisions that truly support organization strategies and are the most effective use of intellectual, mechanical, or financial capital.
Whether an independent consultant or an employee within an organization, we are confident you will be able to use Allovance to improve decision-making for your clients, teams, peers, and organizations.
Annual Maintenance for Coach Certification (after initial year):
Annual membership fee - $250 (Waived in 2021)
3 quarterly calls per year available – Quarterly calls will be used to update existing coaches on new developments, share feedback and experiences of different coaches, and present new topics or information that could be helpful for coaches.
Coach must attend at least one of three Quarterly Calls
Annual conference details will be sent out months in advance. The annual conference will be an opportunity to meet coaches around the world, share experiences, learn what’s new with Allovance, get updated on software developments, engage in activities with other coaches, network, and much more. There will be no Annual Conference in 2020.
Become a Decision Coach Today!
Complete a quick pre-interview application to get started.