5 components of development to an Effective Coach
Initiation: You learn to swim only by being in the water. Coaching works alike. That is why the First Module of the Coach Certification Program draws you into the dynamics of Professional Coaching, the ICF Core Competencies & Skills with simple Models to get you started in your coaching journey. This Module can be taken alone but is mandatory as the step towards coach certification.
Coach Credentialing Training: This part of the coach training is your commitment towards "Becoming an ICF Credentialed Coach". You'll learn Coaching concepts & practices, Tools & Techniques, Build Coaching Competencies & Skills and Practice in triads. You complete your ACC (60 hours) and PCC (125 hours) training by enrolling for the program you are ready for.
Mentor-Coaching: Your Coaching journey is supported by an ICF Registered Mentor Coach to meet the requirements of ICF's credentialing process for mandatory 10 hours. This ensures that you are demonstrating core competencies and skills required at the level of credential you are applying for.
Coach SuperVISION: Supervision is the reflective practice for coaches to over-time build their Internal supervisor, so they are aware, when the personal may intrude into the professional. You'll be supported by a Certified Coach Supervisor to ensure you get a safe space and opportunity to reflect on your coaching work.
Coaching: As part of your Coaching journey, you'll get an opportunity to work with a coach for your professional and personal development.