• As an ICA Student You Join Teleclasses

    Classes are held using audio (Dial in using skype or landline) or audio and video (connect using zoom).

Connect to Classes with Audio, or Audio and Video

Since it's inception, ICA has leveraged the power of voice to voice training. This e-learning style draws on many of the skills essential to coaching mastery - active listening, presence, focus and non judgment. It heightens the observation, learning and practice of coaching competencies. Students learn to attune to what is said and not said, to tone, pitch, and energy, and even the communication clues in a dry cough, a nervous laugh or an unusual pause.

We also pride ourselves on offering the best e-learning possible and staying up with (or even ahead) of technology. So when video technology became available (and easy to use) we added that to the classroom experience.

Students have a choice regarding how they join a class.  Some students use only audio (from skype or landline) and others enjoy connecting via video (using zoom).

Our Community is Truly Global

One of they things that makes ICA different from other coach training schools is our amazing community of likeminded coaches.  Coaching is a global profession, and with a community of over 4500 students in 92 different countries, the networks and lifelong friendships you make within the ICA community will be local and global. Download our latest Graduate Yearbook book to find out how ICA Coaches are creating positive change in the world.

We Recently Recorded a Class (With Permission)

Our classes are quite structured and continue on from the learning introduced in the module pdf and video tutorial.  An expert trainer guides students through a deeper understanding of the module concept, and then opens up the call for discussion and questions.  Classes also include coaching role plays where students act as either a coach or a client, and then receive feedback from an experienced mentor coach.

Audio from recent 'What is Coaching?' Teleclass

Students join a class using Audio, or Audio and Video

Students use these resources to prepare for their live classes

The process of joining a class is quite simple.  You can choose from audio only, or audio and video.  And, then just follow the steps below. A trainer will welcome all students and then lead the learning, encourage participation, and answer any questions. Thoughts are discussed and debated, ideas created, knowledge shared, friendships discovered, business connections made, skills practiced, learning enhanced, trust developed and global partnerships formed. 

Audio Only

  • 1

    Dial Into Class

    Similar to a conference call, students dial a number using skype or landline. We offer a local dial code for most countries and a US number that can be accessed by all countries.

  • 2

    Enter Meeting Code

    Each class then has it's own unique meeting code, that corresponds with the class topic. By entering this you are accepted into the learning space

  • 3

    Begin your learning

    Your trainer will welcome you to the call, and after some brief introductions, the learning will begin.

Audio and Video

  • 1

    Connect Via Video

    We use a program called 'Zoom' to host our video classes. This is easy to install and can be used on a laptop (PC and Mac) or smart phone (eg. iphone).

  • 2

    Enter Meeting ID

    Each class then has it's own unique meeting code, that corresponds with the class topic. By entering this you are accepted into the learning space

  • 3

    Connect Audio

    You will then be prompted to dial into the class using the zoom app, skype or landline. Again there are local numbers for most countries.

  • 4

    Begin Your Learning

    Your trainer will welcome you to the call, and after some brief introductions, the learning will begin.

All classes begin with a module download and video tutorial

Students use these resources to prepare for their live classes

Try out Our Training (Free)

At ICA the term 'ONLINE LEARNING' refers to a combination of Live Classes, Video Tutorials, downloadable Modules, Peer Coaching and a Private Coaches Forum.  These are all hosted in our 'online learning centre'. It's up to you how many classes you take each week and how fast (or slow) you move through the program.  The key benefit of this style of training being FLEXIBILITY.