ACTP Options for Coaches with ACSTH

Become a coach

An established learning methodology, delivered in over 92 countries

Accredited Training for coaches who have completed ACSTH programs and are looking for further development, or the additional training hours to apply for an ACC or PCC via the direct ACTP track.

As a Coach You Will Be a Lifelong Learner

One of the questions our program advisors are often get asked is 'Which Certification is best for me?' We know from over 17 years experience delivering certified training, that there isn't a 'one solution fits all'.  The certification you need will depend on how you plan to use coaching, who your clients will be, how much time you have, and of course, the affordability. And for many coaches, this will change over time as their coaching and profession grows or evolves. For this reason, we offer not only entry programs for coaches, but also the pathways below.

If you have completed at least 30 hours ACSTH training (from ICA, or a similar school) then you can use this as a learning credit to upgrade to our Accredited Coach Training Programs (ACTP's). Coaches who complete an ACTP are have the option of pursuing an ACC or PCC credential via the recommended ACTP track (the most cost and time effective option)

How many hours do you have and need?

Commonly Asked Questions

  • Q.Is the Coach Training Accredited?

    A.ICA was the very first Australian based school to have their online training accredited with the ICF – and this was way back in 2001.  We hold both ACTP and ACSTH Accreditation. So, we consider ourselves pioneers of online learning.  Since then we’ve expanded our programs into 92 different countries. Read more

  • Q.Is the Training F2F or Online?

    A.Since it’s inception in 2001, ICA has delivered online training – referred to as e-learning.  This is an interactive process with many human touch points and milestones along the way.  Students choose the pace of study, but follow the same learning model.

  • Q.What Would My Study Load Be?

    A.The study load varies between students. Most are leading very busy lives, with families and/or full time jobs. So the class schedules are designed in a way that you can self pace. It’s up to you how many classes you take each week.  And, if you miss a class one week you can take it the next week or a following week. Read More

  • Q.How Will I Know Which Program to Choose?

    A.We always recommend considering your learning style, budget, timeframe for completion and coaching goals when selecting a training program.  If you’re unsure, use our program selection tool to help guide the process.

  • Q.Which Coaching Model underpins the Training?

    A.Often a coaching school will teach or promote a coaching model that is  based on the personal philosophy, passion or coaching model of the founder. But, at ICA we teach you how to create your own coaching model.  One that is unique to you, who you want to coach, and who you will be as a coach. Read More

  • Q.Who Will Be Sitting Next To Me In Classes?

    A.Our students live in 92 different countries, and speak many languages.  They connect each week via zoom classes, in coaching labs, via the forum and through peer coaching.  Lifelong friendships and networks are formed.

Which Coach Training Program?

We are often asked 'Which program is best for me?' to become a coach. 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, plans for coaching and confidence  We suggest anyone joining a coach training program considers the following.  And, if you need help, let us know.  All our program advisors are certified coaches, and ICA graduates.  They know our programs first hand and know which program is best for which coaching opportunity.

Use our Interactive Selector Tool to work out the
best path, best certification, and best value program for you.

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