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                          Certify to Teach FranklinCovey Content
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                          How To Certify
                          Becoming a Facilitator is Easier Than Ever
                          For organizations seeking cost-effective ways to implement solutions involving large populations of managers and frontline workers, FranklinCovey certifies on-site client facilitators to teach our content and adapt it to their organization’s needs. FranklinCovey has worked with and certified more than 120,000 client facilitators globally.
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                          STEP 1

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                          Contact your designated FranklinCovey Client Partner and select the content workshop in which you would like to become certified.

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                          STEP 2

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                          Pay the license fee, certification tuition, and purchase the minimum required 20 participant manuals. You will receive login credentials to our FranklinCovey Virtual Certification portal, where you will need to accept the Client Facilitator License Agreement.

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                          STEP 3

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                          View all of the program content videos and supplemental certification videos to complete your certification experience.

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