PCM Module 1 (Core Topics) October 22-24, 2018 · PCM Module 2 (Advanced Topics) October 25-26, 2018
PCM Module 3 (Trainer Certification) November 26-30, 2018
Contact Heather at: 501-276-0688 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to register.
As a PCM Certified Trainer you will learn how to build positive personal connections to help build Personal Power which, in turn,
builds Organizational Power.
As a Process Communication Model Certified Trainer, you will learn life changing communication skills that will give you and your clients a leading edge. You will be able to train and coach people to develop a foundation of Adaptive Communications Skills. Our PCM Trainer Certification program will teach you how to use the model to motivate yourself and others, recognize reactions to stress, predict distress behaviors, develop skills to manage stress, and invite others out of stress. As a PCM Certified Trainer, you will have access to PCM Seminars, Training Materials, and our Personality Profile Inventory. Once certified, you’ll have access to 6 free webinars per year to reinforce your PCM skills. Plus, you get 10 free profiles ($1500 value) for practice training.
There are 4 modules to complete to become a PCM Certified Trainer. If you have already completed PCM 1 and PCM 2, you only need to register for the Trainer Certification module, which includes PCM Practice and Implementation (step 3) and Trainer Certification (step 4).
Are you already a recognized professional coach? You will automatically be certified as a Process Communication Model® Coach along with your trainer certification.
During this 10-day program, consisting of three modules, participants will be introduced to the PCM model and learn how to apply the principles of PCM in your work and private relationships. Participants will develop essential life changing skills that form the foundation of social-emotional intelligence. Participants will then explore dealing with distress, how to connect, motivate and resolve conflict, and how to identify failure patterns to determine the appropriate intervention and prevention strategies. Finally, participants complete the certification program, demonstrating their ability to deliver the PCM modules and to implement PCM principles with their audience during their presentation.
During the final day of certification training, will be required to pass a written questionnaire and successfully completing a practical exam demonstrating their ability to present selected topics of the Process Communication Model® in front of their peers and the Master Trainer.