"Find something you're passionate about and keep tremendously interested in it." Julia Child
"Be so good they can't ignore you." Steve Martin
You finished Module I and Module II or Coaching for Leaders. You loved it. You got the bug. You loved our Cohort model. You want to keep going. You want to become an internationally credentialed coach.
(If this is you, keep reading)
Since the beginning of SeattleCoach in 2008, we've found that our graduates come to the end of Module II and say, "That was nice. More please!"
Through the years SeattleCoaches have asked for further opportunities to practice, to prepare for credentialing and to continue to grow with the support of other great colleagues. Sometimes we talk about brands and business growth.
In response, we have developed further opportunities that speak to those requests. Each one is approved by the ICF to help you to complete the continuing education hours (CCEUs) and mentor coaching that are required every three years. And each one may also include peer coaching--so you can add "bartered hours" to your coaching log.
And when you are ready to schedule individual mentor coaching or to renew your credential and simply need a shorter course to complete ten more hours of individual and group mentor coaching, click here.
And for SeattleCoach veterans who have completed their current mentor coaching requirement or have already been awarded their ICF credential, Patty Burgin offers advanced and on-going Supervision Cohorts.
The ICF's 411
SeattleCoach's credentialing organization, the ICF, awards three levels of professional coaching certification:
Associate Certified Coach (ACC)
Professional Certified Coach (PCC) and
Master Certified Coach (MCC)
At each level the requirements grow: Your hours with clients and coachees, your hours of coach-specific training and for your first few years, your hours of mentor coaching. As a part of our agreement with the ICF, each of our advanced cohorts includes hours of group and/or individual mentor coaching.
Click here to read Patty's best shot at demystifying the ICF credentialing and renewal requirements.
And click here to review "What those ICF assessors are listening for."