Coach Training EDU
Training Coaches to Change the World
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Benefits of Coach Certification.
Acquiring certification is a significant accomplishment. You ensure that your skills have met high standards, and your credential establishes your credibility as a coach.
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 International Coach Federation (ICF).
How does training with Coach Training EDU work?
Here at Coach Training EDU, we approach coaching and coach training a little differently. Our founder, John Williams, has pioneered our programs to meet the ever-evolving world of coaching and give you a comprehensive and one-of-a-kind training experience that meets your needs.
We offer three International Coach Federation (ICF) Accredited Coach Training Programs (ACTPs), each designed for a specific niche area of coaching; 1) the Academic Life Coach Training Program, 2) the Executive Coach Training Program, and 3) the Wellness Coach Training Program.
Each of these larger training programs consists of three courses; 1) the specific 1.0 level course for that program, 2) 2.0 Coach Training, and 3) Group Mentor Coaching. You can choose to complete any of the courses separately, or you can combine them to complete a full ACTP.
Already have some coach training under your belt? The 2.0 Coach Training Program is specifically designed for experienced coaches who want to take their coaching skills to the next level and gain additional training to further their certification. This training program includes concepts from current research in positive psychology, as well as requirements for professional certification with the International Coach Federation (ICF). To skip ahead, and learn more about Coach Training EDU’s advanced coach training option, click here.
International Coach Federation (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.
- Any 1.0 Coach Training Course = 62.5 hours in an Accredited Coach Training Program
- 2.0 Coach Training = 62.5 hours in an Accredited Coach Training Program
- Any 1.0 Training + 2.0 Coach Training + Group Mentor Coaching = Full Accredited Coach Training Program
To find out more about ICF certification, click here.