Coach training develops a skill set that is expected of leaders, HR professionals, Trainers, Talent and Organizational Development professionals, Project Managers, and consultants.
Coaching Certification will ultimately be a requirement of all professional coaches. Completing coach training makes sense when:
- You plan to do coaching work;
- You want to enhance the quality of your coaching;
- You are interested in additional tools; and
- You value personal and professional development.
Research your training options.
- What are the qualifications and experience of the founders and trainers?
- How experienced are they in developing and delivering training? What model do they use?
- Does the organization have affiliations with other professional organizations?
- If you are considering a training program that uses a mental health model, research your state licensure requirements for mental health professionals.
Coach training options range from an a la carte approach to balance your time and budget to an all-in-one offering.
Coach training prepares the coach to serve as a partner for strategy, accountability, and motivation.
The CCC is accredited by the International Association for Continuing Education and Training (IACET) to offer continuing education units (CEUs). Offering CEUs is a unique qualifier in coach training because IACET is focused on the quality of the training program from content through delivery.
The CCC training is approved by the ICF, emphasizing coach-specific content, including core competencies and the code of ethics.