Coach Training Is An Investment Of Time and Money

This download covers the information you need to collect and consider before making a decision about which program or which school.

What Makes ICA Different?

A question we regularly get asked by prospective students is 'What makes ICA different from other schools?' This is a totally understandable question because coach training is an investment of both time and money and it's important your decision is one that will fit your budget, learning style and plans for coaching.

We also know that there's alot of information, (and very detailed information)  you need to wade through and consider before finding a solution. So, we've pulled out what we believe are the key points of difference between ICA and other schools or training.  We've also compiled a list of questions you should ask any coaching school before you enrol.

  • Industry credibility and recognition

    A school specifically built for online learners, and accredited with the ICF since 2004.

  • Learning & Credential pathways

    Students can scaffold their learning, and have the option to apply for ACC or PCC via the direct ACTP track

  • Integrated Coaching Model

    We avoid the 'one size fits all' by teaching students how to create their own unique coaching model. A model that showcases who they are as a coach, and the problems they solve.

  • FlipIt Coaching Framework

    A 4 step framework for change that was created specifically for ICA coaches to use with their clients or in workshops.

  • Peer Networks & Frienships

    You don't just join a program, you join a community of coaches in 126 countries, with global and local connections.

Which School Should you Choose?

Are you considering Coach Training but not sure where to start?  There's so many options with different schools, programs, certifications and pathways.  We asked our community what criteria they used when choosing their school and then packaged it up into a quick checklist that might be useful for you.  Let us know if you have any specific questions.