About Andrea Wooles
Andrea Wooles is a Certified Organizational Coach, and a member of the International Coach Federation (ICF). As such, she abides by the ICF Code of Ethics including professional conduct, scope of practice, and confidentiality.
Andrea has been working in Olympic and Paralympic sport for nearly 25 years as a scientist and a manager. While she has mostly worked in cycling, she has consulted with various other sports from community up to Olympic level.
At the moment, Andrea is working full time on creating safe and positive environments in sport in British Columbia, at viaSport BC, where she has worked since 2021.
Coaching is way for Andrea to bring her perspective from these experiences to people within and outside of sport, as many of the lessons learned in sport apply directly to the corporate world and vice versa.
To learn more about Andrea, you can visit Andrea’s LinkedIn page. To book a coaching session, click here.
Areas of Experience
Learning & Development
Top 5 Gallup Strengths
Certifications & Accreditations
Certified Organizational Coach (COC)
(University of British Columbia, 2018)
Successful completion of 8-month UBC Certificate in Organizational Coaching.
Associate Certified Coach (ACC) accreditation
(International Coach Federation, 2019)
Completed an ICF Accredited Coach Training Program with more than 60 hours of training, passed a knowledge exam, and accumulated than 100 hours of coaching experience.
TEIQue Emotional Intelligence Assessment Certification
(Thomas International, 2018)
The Trait Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire from Thomas International can help you understand your own emotions and how you react to the emotions of those around you. It measures 15 emotional traits concerning well-being, self-control, emotionality, and sociability.
PPA Personality Profile Assessment Certification
(Thomas International, 2019)
The Personal Profile Assessment from Thomas International provides information on fears, motivators, values, and behaviours.
Master of Science (M.Sc.) in Physiology
(University of British Columbia, 1999)
Research-based Masters program under the supervision of Dr. Don McKenzie. “Effect of upper extremity exercise on secondary lymphedema in breast cancer patients: A pilot study“