Our 2019 classes have sold out. To reserve your space in our Spring 2020 class pay your tuition deposit below.
The tuition investment for IFCI’s Fibromyalgia Advisor Training and Certification Program is $3,000 before any scholarships are applied. (Scholarship details below.)
Tuition includes full enrollment, all required course materials, certification exam, one-on-one coaching, and mentoring during the program.
IFCI’s Fibromyalgia Coach Training & Certification Program and related scholarships are only open to graduates of our Fibromyalgia Advisor track.
Financial Aid & Scholarships
IFCI has several financing options available through third-party lenders. Speak with your Student Advisor for additional information and assistance in applying.
At this time, we cannot process any other forms of financial aid.
In order to secure a place in the program, applicants who accept the offer of admission must submit the required acceptance deposit of $500. This non-refundable deposit may be made by check or credit card and will be applied to the program tuition. Please speak with your Student Advisor about tuition payment options.
Students who fail to meet the payment deadlines in their payment plan are restricted from participating in the program until all outstanding financial obligations to the Institute are met.
IFCI does not issue refunds because we only accept students who have a clear commitment to completing their training and certification. We can’t put our full faith in your success as a student while also leaving space for you to quit on yourself and your dreams. Our no refund policy is a clear way of saying right from the start that neither of us are willing to accept failure as an option.
We also recognize that the majority of our students are living with fibromyalgia. Should your illness or other circumstances in your life interfere with you completing your course, you may request a one-time transfer of your registration to another class. Requests are not guaranteed to be granted and are reviewed on a case by case basis.