Earning your coaching credentials and becoming certified makes you a better, more effective coach. Coach Training EDU offers its own proprietary certification upon the completion of any of our 1.0, 2.0 or full Accredited Coach Training Programs (ACTPs). In addition, we will work with and help you navigate the process of becoming a certified coach through the International Coach Federation (ICF).
Acquiring certification is a significant accomplishment. You ensure that your skills have met high standards, and your credential establishes your credibility as a coach. Certification also enables you to implement change in your institution and receive grants for funding. It also gives you a major boost when launching your coaching business. Coach Training EDU offers its own, proprietary certifications that serve as a pathway for you to also earn your credential from the ICF.
Coach Training EDU offers two different levels of certification.
The first is an Associate Certified Coach. You qualify for this credential by successfully completing a 1.0 level coach training program. The following are the available credentials:
The second is a Certified Coach. You qualify for this credential by successfully completing any 1.0 level program and the 2.0 Coach Training Program. The following are the available credentials:
These levels of certification follow the ICF’s structure for certification and reflect the difference between an Associate Certified Coach (ACC) and a Professional Certified Coach (PCC). Click for more details on the requirements for ICF certification.
Coach Training EDU’s programs are also accredited by the International Coach Federation. Each 1.0 or 2.0 training program can be taken alone, or you can choose to complete the 1.0 level course, 2.0 Coach Training, and group mentor coaching in order to complete the full Accredited Coach Training Program.
To find out more about ICF certification, click here.