To Certify or Not To Certify ... 

that is a great question. 

Coach training is the gateway to many new endeavors; building a thriving coaching business is an excellent one,

but it isn't the only one.

Amplify Current Success - Many people are drawn to coach training because they see it as an opportunity to improve communication skills. Learning to create trust and deep rapport with others will amplify your influence and success in any endeavor, personal or professional.

Accelerate Personal Growth - Still others are looking to live more authentically and see coach training as an opportunity to grow and evolve personally.

The Big Idea - Living a successful and fulfilling life!The BIG idea is this: Living a successful and fulfilling life is the target. It may only require one class! It may require all of them and full ICF certification.

Regardless your intention, masterful communication skills are a must if you are to become a powerful and influential leader. But . . . certification may or may not be necessary.

 

For those seeking the credentials of a professional coach, CCM@WCC offers this ICF approved ACSTH program in partnership with CoachVille and Westchester Community College, State University of New York.

International Coach Federation credentials are highly recognized coaching qualifications that instantly communicate credibility world-wide.

 ICF Associate Certified Coach, ACC.

Course Requirements

Basic Coaching Skills and Ethics

Proficiencies Training

Play Two Win Coaching Method

Group Mentor Coaching

 

4 Practicum Performance Evaluations 

 

Research Proves the Advantages of Holding a Credential

ICF research has revealed several reasons coaches benefit from becoming a credential-holder.  According to the 2012 ICF Global Coaching Study, credentialed coaches report a higher-than-average income worldwide compared to non-credentialed coaches, with the exception of the Middle East and Africa.  According to the 2010 ICF Global Consumer Awareness Study, clients who worked with an ICF credential-holder were more likely to be satisfied with their coaching experience and would recommend coaching to others.  In the 2010 ICF Global Consumer Awareness Study, 84 percent of adult consumers who had experienced a coaching relationship reported that it was important for coaches to hold a credential. -- The International Coach Federation

 

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