Each organization offering coach training chooses what to charge based on their expenses and their desired profits and also creates their schedule. Quite simply, costs vary because each organization chooses their rate and schedule.
The Center for Coaching Certification, CCC, recognizes that most of our students are already business professionals seeking a coaching credential and to enhance their communication and coaching skills. CCC cuts to the heart of the coaching process with practical, user-friendly, live, online classes combined with a trained coach trainer combined with a coaching practicum. CCC works hard to increase access and charge less than most coach training programs while emphasizing quality instruction and affording you the opportunity to invest wisely.
The Certified Professional Coach program cost is $1995, the Certified Master Coach program is $2195, the Certified (Academic Specialist, Addiction Specialist, Business Specialist, Career Specialist, Executive Specialist, Holistic Specialist, Leadership Specialist, Life Specialist, or Wellness Specialist) Coach Specialist programs are $2195, the Coaching Experience class is $1995, and the ACC, PCC, or MCC Group Mentor Coaching is $2195 for graduates. The Foundational Cohort for earning the ACC credential is $5890 and the Advanced Cohort for earning the PCC Credential is $9780. Handouts and class materials are included.
The gold standard for training hours is set by the International Coaching Federation, ICF, and they require 60 hours to become a member with additional requirements for earning a credential. How long does it take to become a credentialed coach? The ACC credential from ICF requires 60 hours of coach training, 100 hours of coaching experience, 10 hours of mentor coaching, passing a coaching assessment on a session, and passing an exam. The PCC credential from ICF requires 125 hours of coach training, 500 hours of coaching experience, 10 hours of mentor coaching, passing coaching assessment on two coaching sessions, and passing an exam. The MCC credential from ICF requires earning and holding the PCC credential for three years, 200 hours of coach training, 2500 hours of coaching experience, 10 hours of mentor coaching, passing coaching assessment on two coaching sessions, and passing an exam.
The Center for Coaching Certification recognizes that your time is valuable, so programs are designed to maximize your current education and experience with practical application. Offering programs as a cohort or a la carte gives you control over your budgeting and schedule to move through training and credentialing.
Schedules vary with classes offered days, evenings, or weekends, some intense with more sessions weekly, and some spread over time. This again gives you maximum control.
Extensive resources and ongoing support are included to expand your knowledge and support your goals for your coaching.