During April we talked a lot about the importance of Certification and Accreditation for coaches. Like anything in life, the accreditation and certification path you choose will depend on your goals. However, we strongly believe that clients want to know when they employ a coach that they are not just employing someone calling themselves a coach, but that they are in fact employing someone who has been through a rigorous training and accreditation process. Below is a quick recap on why Certification is so important to the coaching industry, and to you as a coach.
Do You Need Certification or Accreditation?
[Podcast] The Low Down on Credentialing and Accreditation
Get tips from Robyn and Andrea as they talk about about how to get certified, which program to choose, and why it’s crucial to stand out from your competition. Continue Reading…
[Video] Is Coaching Learned or Inherent?
Can you teach someone how to coach, or is it a skill set that is inherent? We believe that the truth is found somewhere in the middle. Accredited Coach training is a place to fine tune and advance your natural curiosity to help others succeeded. Read More
[Download] 3 x Accredited Coach Training Modules
Join Coaching 101 to download three ICF Accredited modules, attend a teleclass, or connect with our community. It’s a great way to find out what it’s like to train with International Coach Academy, and it’s free! Read More
[Case Study] How does the ICF Credentialing Process Compare to other Professional Associations?
a Research Paper by ICA Graduate Carol Fontanez (United States)
Carol researches how the ICF certification process compares to the best practices identified in her master’s research on certification requirements for membership-driven associations. Read More
[Training Offer] Coach Training + 12 months ICF Membership
During April, we bundled 12 months ICF membership into our Certified or Advanced Coach Training. If you are interested in enrolling, but missed this opportunity Read More