The SEI-Certified TSP Mentor Coach is an experienced coach who is qualified to train provisional coaches and who can use sophisticated methods to analyze data and to perform complete postmortems that analyze process improvement.
Please refer to the TSP Coach Certification Guidebook for a description of the available TSP Coach roles and the entry requirements, certification process steps, and performance evaluation components that must be satisfied in order to become certified in one (or more) of the coach roles listed in that guide.
Submit a TSP Mentor Coach application, along with all supporting documentation.
All prospective TSP Mentor Coaches must attend Mentor Coach Training. Evaluation of each candidate will be conducted during the training. In addition, prospective TSP Mentor Coaches must successfully mentor a candidate TSP Coach through the process of becoming an SEI-Certified TSP Coach as defined in the TSP Coach Mentoring Program Guidebook.
Candidates who successfully complete this phase will be awarded SEI certification as a TSP Mentor Coach. Candidates who do not receive a satisfactory evaluation must repeat this step before certification will be granted.
Upon successful completion of the mentor certification/training process, the SEI will grant you a four-year certification to mentor provisional TSP coaches and recommend them for certification. You will receive access to the materials and services for TSP Coaches. You will also receive a certificate recognizing your accomplishment.
SEI-Certified TSP Mentor Coaches must renew their certifications every four years. Learn how to renew your