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Jeff Brazier Trains To Become A Life Coach

I have always enjoyed being a support to people. Coaching will be a fantastic way for me to manage the thought process of my clients

ITV This Morning presenter Jeff Brazier will be joining The UK Coaching Partnership, for a five month Diploma Course in Coaching, to fulfill his ambition of becoming a Life Coach. The course will be taking place at Cambridge University starting on the 26th and 27th of April 2014.

The UK Coaching Partnership is the leading training organisation aimed at building successful Life and Business Coaches. The course aimed at Entrepreneurs, Business Men and Women, focuses on developing leaders in the workplace as well as launching their careers as Business or Life Coaches.

The Diploma is taught at the beautiful grounds of Girton Campus at Cambridge University where students come from all over the UK to join the course at this wonderful venue.

Jeff, who is also a columnist for The Huffington Post, says: ''I have always enjoyed being a support to people. Coaching will be a fantastic way for me to manage the thought process of my clients" and de-clutter their minds through the skill of coaching” Brazier was inspired by his Personal Coach Lydia Frempong, known as CoachLyds who has been coaching him for years, she encouraged him to put his life experiences and ability to balance the responsibility of being a single father whilst maintaining a flourishing career into practice by becoming a life coach. “Coach Lyds was recommended to me when I reached a stage in my life where I needed help to organise myself more efficiently". "Her sessions were focused and helped me to identify my professional ambitions and parenting goals; the sessions motivated and moved me towards achieving my objectives step by step”

Frempong will continue to train and coach Jeff throughout the course as she has been invited to deliver the Diploma by The UK Coaching Partnership. “I always knew it was only a matter of time before Jeff became a Coach and, with his public profile, he has the opportunity to really show the true benefits of coaching. "It is an honour to be able to train Jeff and watch him specialise in his areas of interests"

As an active supporter of charities such as Grief Encounter, Scope, Norwood and Cancer Research, Brazier is eager to put his skills, and personal understanding, into practice and specialise in coaching those who have experienced cancer, separation and single parenting, particularly Dads!

The five-month Diploma begins on the 26th and 27th April 2014. To enquire and book a place on the course e-mail enquiries@coachlyds.com or call 07429 273 158.

Early bird price bookings end on March 2014.


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For more information and interviews contact:

Lydia Phone: +44 (0) 7429 273 158 Email: Lydia@butterfly-pr.co.uk

Resources: http://www.ukcoachingpartnership.com

https://twitter.com/CoachLyds

https://twitter.com/JeffBrazier

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About Jeff Brazier
Jeff Brazier started at as a professional footballer with Leyton Orient before having to retire due to injuries. He has since built as successful career as a TV presenter on ITV's 4 times NTA award winning show This Morning. Jeff has hosted the whole show twice & regularly appears alo99999ngside Phil and Holly as the face of the hub or can often be seen fronting features and competitions in some rather glamorous locations. Jeff also writes columns for The Huffington Post and has two sons Bobby and Freddy who he is raising as a single parent.

About Lydia Frempong
Lydia Frempong focuses on giving people the psychological and personality tools needed to be successful. Lydia has a Life Coaching Diploma from the UK Coaching Partnership and is a member of Coaching Professional bodies. Working with clients from a diverse range of backgrounds from media professionals to entrepreneurs.
Lydia is a sought after as a Life Coach in the media industry because of her ability to apply her dynamism, character and intelligence to the lives of others.

Lydia has respect and recognition within the media and broader industry for her talent to transform the way in which leaders and individuals promote themselves and run their businesses. Lydia coaches businesses at the highest level, recently becoming a Patron of Show Racism the Red Card which boasts Doreen Lawrence, Rio Ferdinand and Patrick Monahan and more as their supporters.

Lydia also works with Channel 4 as their Executive Coach and media trainer, she delivers coaching sessions, encourages personal development, career progression and promotion for Channel 4 employees and 4 Talent Initiative aimed at young people.
Lydia is columnist for In-SpireLS Magazine, where writes articles which motivate change, uncovers personal issues and provides tips and techniques to enhance lives.