Since 2009, Coach Training EDU has offered accredited coach training and has passed the toughest standards the International Coach Federation offers.
For independent life coach or in-house academic advisor/coach at a university.
For independent life coach who may employ other coaches. Required to be an assessor at an ACTP program.
Coaching’s highest certification that requires over 2500 logged coaching hours. For creators of coaching programs and required to lead an ACTP program.
1.0 Coach Training is a 6 month course that meets weekly for two hours at a set time. In this course, you’ll gain the training hours you’ll need to fulfill the ICF Associate Certified Coach requirements.
Work with a Practice Client for 10 hours
At about week 5 of your 1.0 training, it’s useful to start working with a practice client to apply the concepts and skills you are gaining in your course.
One of the most rewarding aspects of training is the growth that happens with useful, insightful feedback. Your coach-client overviews are the primary standard you need to pass to earn a CTEDU certification. Your trainers and coach mentor are here to support your growth and success.
Complete Group Mentor Coaching
Your Coach-Client Overviews will provide 3 hours of mentor coaching. Group mentor coaching will add another 7 to meet the 10 hours of mentor coaching needed to become a CTEDU certified coach.
Congratulations! Once you have passed the steps outlined above you’ve earned your associate coach certificate.
2.0 Advanced Coach Training gives you the additional training hours you need to qualify for your CTEDU Professional Coach Certification.
With a CTEDU professional coach certificate, you will have already completed 3 out of the 5 requirements to earn your ACC credential through the ICF via the ACTP path. You will need to pass a multiple choice Coach Knowledge Assessment (CKA)—nearly 100% of our graduates pass—and log 100 hours of coaching practice to complete the ICF’s requirements.