• Registration is currently open for the next cohort, which begins on July 10, 2023.

                                                                                                                                     Click here to register.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Need more information? Watch the Coaching Endorsement informational video.       

Coaching Endorsement

  • The Coaching Endorsement at Metro RESA is a GaPSC approved preparation program that provides approved candidates with the coursework and related field experience required to add the Coaching Endorsement to a current standard Georgia Professional Certificate.  The program is open to any educator holding a clear, renewable Georgia certificate (T4 or higher) who has a desire to acquire the knowledge, skills, and dispositions of an effective instructional coach.

    Coaching Endorsement Flyer  

     Important Cohort Timeline Information

  • Overview

  • Learning Outcomes

  • Admission Requirements

  • Tuition Costs

  • Course I: Foundations for Student-Centered Coaching (50 hours/5 PLUs)

  • Course II: An Investigation of Coaching Learning Teams (50 hours/5 PLUs)

  • Course III: Performance Based Coaching in Action (50 hours/5 PLUs)

  • Resource Requirements

  • For more information, contact the Metro RESA Coaching Endorsement Coordinator, Wendy Cox.

Meet the Coordinator


    Wendy Cox, Metro RESA Coaching Endorsement Coordinator

    Wendy serves as the Coaching Endorsement Program Coordinator. Her background is in professional learning, teacher mentoring, instructional coaching, and school reform. During her twenty years in the Cobb County School District, she served as a teacher, academic coach, and District-Level Professional Learning Supervisor. Wendy is an adjunct instructor for Berry College in the Educational Leadership and Curriculum & Instruction graduate-level programs. She also owns Speckled Mosaic, an educational consulting company. She feels fortunate to continue working with teachers, coaches, and administrators as a consultant, professional developer, and trainer.  When she isn’t busy coaching or teaching, she is enjoying time with her husband and their two sons.