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Become an iPEC Ambassador

In a sea of unfulfilling jobs and challenging corporate environments, being a coach is a pretty cool thing. People from all walks of life will come to you and ask, “How did you become a coach?”

They might be intrigued by coach training and they might ask about iPEC.

Our Ambassador Program (and the following resources) are meant to help you connect the dots from that person’s initial interest to their decision on whether or not to follow in your footsteps.

We’ll even give you a small thanks for sharing your wisdom, being the coach, and supporting their journey—wherever that may lead.

Ambassador Program FAQs

Someone’s interested in coach training, now what?

Simply follow up with them. Answer their questions, share your experience, and “be the coach” as they explore the exciting new possibility of becoming a coach.

You might follow up to their initial questions with an email. Tailor this template to share how you came to iPEC, why you chose to become a coach, and what your journey’s been like so far. There’s an invitation at the bottom of the email to continue the conversation with you further.

Support them in their decision-making process in the way that works best for both of you!

How do I connect someone to iPEC?

There are three main ways to connect someone with iPEC

1. When someone’s ready to connect with iPEC to start a productive conversation about their interest in coach training, type YOUR information and THEIR information into the form at the bottom of this page.

Let your friend know that an Admissions Assistant will reach out to answer their questions and will schedule them to speak with an Admissions Coach if appropriate.

You’ll know they enrolled if you continue to stay in touch and “be the coach” and/or when your referral payment arrives.

2. If your curious friend is still dabbling with the idea of becoming a coach and isn’t ready to speak with iPEC admissions, offer to stay in touch with them and support their decision-making process.

Let them know they can always list your name on their iPEC application if they choose to pursue enrollment down the line

You’ll know they enrolled if you continue to stay in touch and “be the coach” and/or when your referral payment arrives

3. If you have a great relationship with your Admissions Coach from when you enrolled, reach out directly and make the introduction. You can feel comfortable knowing your interested friend will receive the same type of care that you did when you were thinking about enrolling in the program.

You’ll know they enrolled if you continue to stay in touch and “be the coach” and/or when your referral payment arrives.

How do I know if they enrolled?

The best way to know is to stay in touch with your friend, colleague, or acquaintance who’s interested in coach training.

Simply “be the coach” and ask questions like:

  • Would you like to receive some coaching in this area?
  • How can I support you in your decision-making process?
  • When would you like to touch base next?

Utilize your coaching skills and your first-hand experience in coach training to support your friend as they gain clarity in their best next steps.

Be aware that once someone is connected to admissions, iPEC can’t disclose their information or enrollment status (not even to you—sorry). We treat all our coaching conversations as confidential and aren’t legally permitted to share that information.

Either way, you’ll know for sure if they enrolled when you receive your Ambassador payment, about eight weeks after they complete their Module I training.

Note: If more than one person acts as an Ambassador for an iPEC student, that student gets to choose who will be their (one) Ambassador. In order to qualify for the Ambassador bonus, your name must be on your contact’s student record by the time they complete Mod I.

What’s the Ambassador payment?

As a thank you for your time spent coaching and supporting your friend in their decision-making process about becoming a coach, you’ll receive the following payments* based on where your friend attends their training.

Full Coach Training Program:

  • United States/Canada Locations = $595
  • United Kingdom Locations = £450
  • European Locations = €500

Life & Leadership Potentials Training (Mod I Only):

  • United States/Canada Locations = $200
  • United Kingdom Locations = £150
  • European Locations = €170

You’ll receive your Ambassador payment via check approximately eight weeks after your interested friend completes their Module I training.

How can I stay informed on mod dates, new locations, and program updates?

You can always visit the schedule and locations page on our website to get details on upcoming module dates and new locations.

Visit for program updates or simply reach out to student support with specific questions. They can be reached at

*Employee eligibility varies, please check with your team lead

Let's Connect

Use this form to connect your friend to our admissions team (who will reach out to them) or if they are not ready for you to share their information, use this email template (click here) to send them more information. You’ll automatically receive a referral payment if they enroll.