FC05: ICF COMPETENCIES AND MARKERS
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ICA was first accredited by the ICF back in 2004 as an ACTP and was actually the first Australian based school to have an online (e-learning) curriculum accredited. Since then we have expanded into 92 countries, with thousands of students. We made the decision to align with the ICF over other local or international options such as RTO, IAC, WABC etc. for very specific reasons:
- The ICF continue to be the most established peak body in coaching worldwide.
- Coaching is a global profession with local and global client opportunities.
According to the ICF Global Coaching Study 2020, globally, it is estimated that there were approximately 71,000 coach practitioners in 2019, an increase of 33% on the 2015 estimate.ICA Curriculum - ICF Competencies and Markers
What is Accreditation?
Accreditation indicates that a school has had their program undergo rigorous external scrutiny and quality testing by a peak body. The curriculum is mapped across core competencies, with the faculty, assessment and learning processes all assessed. Program accreditations at International Coach Academy include ACTP and ACSTH.
What is Certification?
In the case of coach training, certification is a globally recognized statement of attainment that indicates you have been assessed by an Accredited Coach Training Provider as having the industry recognized skills and expertise required to practice as a coach.
What is a Credential?
With coaching, a credential designates a recognized level of expertise in coaching, as assessed by an industry peak body such as the ICF. This is represented by designations such as ACC, PCC or MCC.
What is ACTP?
An ACTP (Accredited Coach Training Program) is considered to be an “all inclusive” training option for someone wanting to become a coach. With a minimum of 125 student contact hours, our certified and advanced programs includes core curriculum, Mentor Coaching, Observed Coaching, Niche Development labs and peer coaching. Students who graduate from an ACTP can apply via the ACTP track for ACC or PCC credentials. View ACTP Study Options
What is ACSTH?
ACSTH (Approved Coach Specific Training) at ICA is for someone starting out on their coach training journey or wanting to add coach skills to an existing skillset. The curriculum has been accredited by the International Coach Federation and is aligned with the core competencies of coaching. At ICA the ACSTH program (Vocational) has been packed so that it directly suits the needs of those who want to become a coach or add coaching to their existing career, with the option to apply for the credential of ACC via the direct ACSTH track. View ACSTH Study Options
What is CCE?
Continuing Coach Education (CCE) is ICF accredited professional development for coaches. This training can be used towards the renewal of an ACC, PCC or MCC credential. View CCE Study Options