ICA Graduate Coach Portfolios

Just One Way Our Graduates Stand Out From The Crowd...

Every student at ICA graduates with their own coaching portfolio.  Developed during their training, and with the support of ICA's faculty, they identify their niche and unique coaching model.  It's their way of the telling the world what sort of coach they will be, and what makes them different.

Coaching Model

ICA firmly believes that every coaching model is unique.  We don't teach the cookie cutter approach, but instead, support students to develop their own model and one that will specifically support how they plan to use coaching.  It's a framework to communicate their coaching expertise and process

Read student coaching models.

Power Tool

ICA firmly believes that every coaching model is unique.  We don't teach the cookie cutter approach, but instead, support students to develop their own model and one that will specifically support how they plan to use coaching.  It's a framework to communicate their coaching expertise and process

Read student coaching models.

Coaching Power Tools are a way of shifting perspectives and of seeing a situation from two different perspectives.  There are 8 power tools taught as part of the accredited coach training program but students are encouraged to create their own power tool based around their own perspective shift.  This allows a deeper understanding of all the power tools and is another coaching tool our coaches can used as part of their coaching practice.  There are hundreds of student power tools to reference and learn from. Read student coaching power tools.

Research Paper

Coaching Research Papers are an opportunity for ICA coaches to research an area of coaching that particularly interests them and to write a thought leadership article around that topic.  The research paper can explore a coaching practice in further details for example how neuroscience influences coaching or it can be around the challenges of coaching within a particular niche.  The research papers help to set the coach apart from other coaches and make them an expert in a particular area. Read student research papers.