Best Coaching Agreement Template
Learn how to write the best coaching agreement, an easy step-by-step guide.
A coaching agreement is an official document that is formed between a coach and a client. The services provided by the coach can be for spiritual, personal, or professional development. The document contains all the terms and conditions decided between the client and the coach.
Writing this formal document can be very taxing since it needs to follow a formal tone, therefore iDispute has prepared the perfect template to fill this document. A step-by-step guide will help you fill out the entire document in the most efficient manner.
You can start filling the form by entering the agreement effective date on the right side of the document (eg. 09/04/2020).
Under this section, you will be required to fill in all the details about the coach. Enter them in the following order:
● Name of the Coach (eg. John Doe)
● Address of the Coach (eg. 123 Coach Street, Miami, FL 12345)
● Phone Number (eg. 123–456–7890)
● Email (eg. firstname.lastname@example.org)
You will now have to enter all the particulars related to the client. Enter all the details in the following manner:
● Name of the Client (eg. Met Daq)
● Address of the Client (eg. 321 Client Example Street, Miami, FL 12345)
● Phone Number (eg. 111–222–3333)
● Email of the Client (eg. email@example.com)
Next, in Section 2 of the document, you will be required to fill in the coaching goals (eg. Drawing Portraits, Drawing Cartoons, etc…).
Then in Section 3 of the document titled, ‘Coaching Schedule’, fill in the meeting hours (eg. In-person, 3 days per week for 6 hours).
Next, move on to Section 4 of the document and input the Coaching fees (eg. $100.00 per one hour).
Then, reach Section 7 of the document and enter the policy for cancellation (eg. 24 hours).
In Section 8 of the document, enter the number of days needed for the termination of the contract by any party (eg. 5 days).
Then, Scroll to Section 15 of the document and enter the jurisdiction where the agreement will take effect (eg. Florida, USA).
Lastly, you will reach the end of the document where you will be required to enter the Name of the Coach on the left side of the document (eg. John Doe). On the right side, you will be required to enter the Name of the Client (eg. Met Daq).
After filling in all the details, make sure to check all your personal information once before clicking on the Buy button. You can then download and then print out the document. Make sure you place your signatures wherever they are required and then mail them to the coach/recipient.
You can choose to mail your document through USPS certified mail, or you can send your document online at LetterCarrier.org who will send your document on your behalf. Therefore you get all your work done at the ease of your home.
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