When I was in the military, the NCO’s were considered to be the backbone of the Army.
They were tough, knowledgeable men who came up through the ranks.
One told me once, “To be a good NCO, you have to be a good soldier first.”
I have never forgotten that and took it to heart and I became an NCO after several years of service as a soldier.
The same strategy applies to how we set up the process, or “pipeline“, to become a Certified Mace Fit Level 2 Coach.
Regardless of how accomplished a person might be in other areas of training doesn’t automatically translate to our training.
Would a very experienced Powerlifter automatically become a high level Olympic Weightlifter?
A person has to spend “time in the trenches” first.
That applies to most any area of expertise. So, as we certify more Level 1 Coaches, those with the vision and desire to eventually move up to Level 2 will show themselves worthy through their actions and dedication over time.
We want the best certification presenters possible and we will train them to be just that!