Train as a Life, Executive or Corporate Coach with Noble Manhattan, Europe’s number ONE coach training company!
Founded in 1993, NMC Ltd is the longest established coach training company in Europe. It’s reputation for creating superb coaches is second to none. An international company with a heart, students are truly welcomed into the Noble Manhattan family.
Noble Manhattan is Europe’s leading coaching company and is amongst the top 5 global coaching companies out of 800. It offers a wide range of coaching and business courses, many of them accredited by the ILM (Institute of Leadership and Management) and the IIC (International Institute of Coaching).
Noble Manhattan coaching has trained in excess of 8000 professional life coaches and executive coaches worldwide.
The company currently trades in 27 countries around the world
The founder of Noble Manhattan, Mr. Gerard O’Donovan, is an internationally acclaimed authority in coaching discipline and at the same time he is the CEO of the IIC. He is a top coach, motivational speaker, consultant, writer and trainer.
Noble Manhattan offers coach training at two levels – Diploma and Certificate.
The Diploma level, which includes 350 hours of blended learning, offers an internationally recognized License to trade as a qualified coach – Life Coach or Corporate Coach.
The Certificate level is a shorter training offering a great way to be introduced to fundamental coaching skills and their application in the work place.
From April 2013 the Certificate level program is offered entirely in Bulgarian language.
See the details for each of our 4 primary courses from the links below:
|For further information about Noble Manhattan Bulgaria and coach training in Bulgaria, please, contact NMC country representatives who are available via Skype, phone or in person:|
|Katrin PrenticeSenior Life and Executive Coach, DipNMCNMC Trainer and Course AdviserGSM: +359-884419867Skype: katrin.prentice||Brian PrenticeCEO of Palitri International, Licensed Distributor of Noble Manhattan Coaching in Bulgaria, Greece and the Southern Balkans