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Note: Currently, Wellness Coach Training is not accepting any new registrations. All courses through July 2015 are currently full with waitlists at full capacity. Registration for the July 2015 course and beyond will take place at a later date. Check back on Nov. 1, 2014, at which time we will have an update on registration information for upcoming courses.

Each year, up to 120 students are registered for Wellness Coach Training courses at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn. A maximum of 32 students can be registered for each course. The course is offered up to four times a year.


Since this is a master's-level course, you must hold a minimum of a bachelor's degree. An exception may be made if you hold an associate degree with a current health-related licensure (such as a nurse, respiratory therapist or dental hygienist). You must mail or fax a copy of your current licensure.

Registration process

  1. Online registration. To view course dates and register, visit the Mayo School of Continuous Professional Development website.
  2. Supporting documentation. Once you register and pay for a course, you must submit official transcripts of your highest level of education, sent directly from your college or university in a sealed envelope. Transcripts must be received before you can start the class.

    Have your transcripts sent to:

    • Tammy L. Schulz
      • Mayo Clinic
        Colonial Building, Third Floor
        200 First St. SW
        Rochester, MN 55905
      • Phone: 507-266-1093
      • Fax: 507-255-0652
      • Email:
  3. Registration confirmation. Upon paying for the course, you will receive a confirmation email. This email will also serve as proof of payment. Please keep the email for your records. An email with details on how to access the course online will be sent to you two weeks prior to the course start date.

Technical requirements and support

The course is delivered online via Blackboard Learn, an online learning management system. For the most up-to-date technical requirements and support, visit Blackboard Student Resources.

At the end of the course, enrolled learners will have access to the Mayo School of Health Sciences student portal, which will contain a link to their course transcript.

  • July 10, 2014
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