Business of Well-being

Is Certification the New University?

We recently spoke with one of our Certified Corporate Wellness Specialist participants about their career and their take on the state of the industry. As usual, when I speak with participants, I learn a lot about what we have done correctly, and what it is that needs improvement. This, of course, is a very helpful exercise because it helps us improve our course and tailor it to meet the needs of our students.

The exciting growth we see because of our personal commitment to each and every participant is so fulfilling! According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, jobs in the fields of wellness and well-being are expected to grow faster than the average for other occupations! This means that getting educated on the latest in the industry is essential, so you can be on the ground floor of an emerging industry in need of professionals who want to help others improve their health and well-being.

If you or someone you know are looking to learn more about employee health and well-being, or are looking to enter an exciting new career helping people improve their lives, the Certified Corporate Wellness Specialist designation is available to help you make this a reality. We encourage anyone interested to come to Los Angeles, CA and take the course live in person at the annual Employer Healthcare & Benefits Congress.

If you haven't already taken the course, this is the time of the year to do it! Taking the class live provides students the opportunity to ask questions to the instructors, face to face, which you would not be able to do in the online class. You can also meet and network right at the event, giving you a leg up over everyone else entering the industry. If you can't make it to L.A., never fear, we have the course available online.

CLICK HERE to get registered live at congress and use the code GOCCWS and get into the annual conference and take the course live for $995.  (SAVE $1,200)

Learn about how you can become a Certified Corporate Wellness Specialist→