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-Julie Pik

2 Levels of Coach Training EDU’s Coach Certification.

Coach Training EDU offers two different levels of certification. 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).

CTEDU’s Associate Certified Coach Credential.

STEP 1: COMPLETE AN 1.0 COURSE.

STEP 2: ENROLL IN MENTOR COACHING.

STEP 3: Log 10 Coaching Hours.

STEP 4: APPLY TO CTE.

  • Successfully complete any Coach Training EDU’s 1.0 Coach Training Series.

  • Enroll in a Group Mentor Coaching Program.

  • You need to log your paid coaching hours and submit hours and client contact information.

  • Apply to Coach Training EDU for your Associate Certified Coach Certificate.

You qualify for this credential by successfully completing a 1.0 level coach training program. The following are the available credentials:

Associate Certified Coach

Associate Certified Academic Life Coach

Associate Certified Wellness Coach

Associate Certified Executive Coach

CTEDU’s Professional Certified Coach Credential.

Step 1:
Complete Associate
Coach Requirements.

Step 2:
Enroll in
2.0 Coach Training.

Step 3: Log Coaching Hours.

Step 4: Apply to ctEDU.

  • Any 1.0 Course Plus Group Mentor Coaching.

  • Successful Completion of the 2.0 Coach Training Course

  • You need to log your paid coaching hours and submit hours and client contact information.

  • Apply to Coach Training EDU.

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:

Certified Academic Life Coach

Certified Wellness Coach

Certified Executive Coach

2 Levels of 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.

ICF Associate Certification

Step 1:
EDU Associate Certified Coach.

Step 2:
Coach Knowledge Assessment.

Step 3:
100 Logged Coaching Hours.

Step 4:
Apply to the ICF.

  • Your CTEDU training course satisfies the 60 class hour and mentor coaching requirements.

  • You have to take an online, timed exam that covers a wide variety of topics from coaching profession ethics to coaching techniques.

  • You need to log your paid coaching hours and submit hours and client contact information.

  • Coach Training EDU is an ACTP Program, meaning you can go through the fastest certification track.

ICF Professional Certification

Step 1:
EDU Professional Certification.

Step 2:
Coach Knowledge Assessment.

Step 3:
500 Paid Hours of Coaching.

Step 4: Apply to the ACTP

  • Your 1.0 and 2.0 courses count towards the 125 required course hours.

  • If you've taken the KSA for the ACC, you do not need to take this again. If not, you will need to take an online, timed exam that covers a wide variety of topics from coaching profession ethics to coaching techniques.

  • You need 500 logged coaching (450 paid) with at least 25 different clients.

  • You can apply via the ACTP Path, the fastest path to certification.

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