Implement is a worldwide marketplace and coaches can come from all over the world. Each coach decides the date, hour and timezone of their own sprint. When you are looking up sprints make sure to pay attention to the timezone indicated.
If a sprint is not on your timezone you might still be able to take it. For example, if a sprint starts at 10AM pacific time, someone on eastern time could take it at 1PM.
You will receive an email to join the Slack community of your coach. From there, each coach will have a different process and will tell you how you can best prepare for the sprint.
Not necessarily. It depends on the sprint and the coach. You should check on the sprint page for prerequisites.
Each sprint is priced by the coach and denominated in USD. Implement is a marketplace, so every coach will price their sprint differently.
Of course, it’s best if you can attend all the conference calls. However, if you can’t attend make sure to let your coach know. You coach will help you directly.
It it up to the coach giving the sprint to set the limit and make sure there is enough “coaching” for everyone. Coaches want you to have a great, intimate experience. So they have every reason to keep the number limited.
Of course you can always cancel your participation to a sprint. Reimbursement however will depend on when you cancel:
- – If you cancel at least 7 days before the first day of the sprint. You get a 100% refund.
- – If you cancel at least 48 hours before the first day of the sprint. You get a 50% refund.
- – If you cancel with less than 48h notice, there will be no refund.
If you would like to cancel your participation, you can process your request through this email: email@example.com.
You can pay by credit or debit card once you have chosen the sprint and the specific date. All the payments are processed with Stripe.
Of course, and it is very important that you do. You will be able to grade the sprint based on different criteria such as your experience with the coach, the content etc…
It really depends on the coach, and how she/he designed the sprint. On every sprint page, in the “Detailed Program” you will have an indication of how much time the assignment takes.