If you run a business that involves coaching others (whether you’re a life, business, dating or sport coach), it’s important to have an agreement in place with your customers. 

A Coaching Agreement can minimise your liability, ensure your customers understand the exact service you are providing, and provide clarity on payment terms. This can save you valuable time otherwise spent chasing up late payments or explaining the scope of your services. 

What Is Included In A Coaching Agreement?

Coaching Agreements typically include clauses that address the following:

  • Payment and late payment
  • The scope of services you will be providing
  • Liability protections
  • Intellectual property ownership (for instance, if you have made your own coaching material and you don’t want others to copy it)
  • Confidentiality
  • How long the agreement will last 
  • Termination of the agreement

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We can draft a Coaching Agreement with a cover sheet so that you can easily customise and re-use the document for all of your customers. 

Our style of contract drafting is straight to the point: we don’t include any unnecessary legal jargon, and focus on simplicity so your customers can understand the Coaching Agreement.

You’ll also get the opportunity to discuss the document with our expert lawyers before and after drafting, ensuring that your Coaching Agreement meets your business’ unique needs. Sing out to us here for an obligation-free chat about your Coaching Agreement.

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