Our Level 1 coaching education program is intended to deliver fundamental training for those who want to learn the coaching skills to enhance their performance in their profession and for those who want to develop basic knowledge about the coaching profession and take the path to apply for the ICF ACC Credential.
History and definitions of coaching
Coaching models and theories
Differences between coaching and other professions
Vision, mission and core values of ICF
The role of the coach
What is a Coaching Mindset?
How to develop a Coaching Mindset?
The importance of a self-reflective practice for the coach
The coaching agreement in the ICF Competency Model
The agreement in the coaching process and in the coaching session
The agreement as a systemic approach in the ICF Competency Model
Active Listening: Values, Believes and Purpose
How do we listen for values, beliefs and purpose
How to evoke awareness
What is beyond the coach’s questions
The ICF Coaching Competency Model
The ICF Code of Ethics
Practicum with peers
Students will take on the role of coach, the role of client and the role of observer giving and receiving feedback of others. This is the perfect space for you to practice, practice, practice and learn by doing and receiving feedback. The Students will be supervised by their mentor coach and they will receive the mentoring hours required by ICF.
See full description of the program at this link