Why is it important that I attend an accredited coach training program?

I was recently contacted by someone that had just completed a coach training program offered by another organization.  They thought the training they were receiving elsewhere would qualify them for a coaching credential – but it didn’t! They had made a huge investment of time, energy and money – and no coaching credential. This shouldn’t happen!

Hence the question:  Why is it important that my coaching training school be accredited by the International Coach Federation? 

As a student of an accredited coach training program:

  • The credentialing process is streamlined.  The ICF (International Coach Federation) has created a special fast-track process for graduates of accredited coach training programs.
  • You -as the student-– don’t have to prove that your coach training was legitimate.  Since our coach training program is already approved by the ICF, we’ve already done that for you!
  • You are assured that your time, energy and money is leading toward a coaching credential from the ICF.  In other words, no surprises or disappointment after graduation.
  • An outside, separate set of eyes have thoroughly reviewed the program. The training materials and faculty have been thoroughly reviewed by a team of skilled assessors at the ICF.  Plus, there is an ongoing thorough review every 3 years.
  • You are receiving the highest quality of coach training. The standards that the ICF has set are high – especially at the ACTP accreditation level – which is what we have.
  • You are being taught by top-notch faculty and mentor-coaches.We are required to provide ongoing training and development of our approved faculty and mentor-coaches.  This insures the highest of standards.

BEFORE YOU ENROLL:

  • Check to see if the faculty instructors have a coaching credential: ACC, PCC or MCC. The best programs have primarily faculty with the PCC or MCC credential.
  • Look for the ICF official logo:  ACTP, ASCTH or CCE.  If you don’t see the ICF logo, it hasn’t been reviewed and pre-approved by the ICF – no matter what they say!
All the best to you,
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