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Mentor Coaching for ICF Credetionaling

Sessions/Times:

Session One:

  • 4:30-8:30 (group)

Session Two:

  • 4:30-6:30 (group)

  • 6:30-7:00 (dinner break)

  • 7:00-8:30 (individual)

Session Three:

  • 4:30-6:30 (group)

  • 6:30-7:00 (dinner break)

  • 7:00-8:30 (individual)

Session Four:

  • 4:30-8:30 (each participant will select a 1.5 hour slot for review)

Session Five:

  • 4:30-8:30 (each participant will select a 1.5 hour slot for review)

Session Six:

  • 4:30-8:30 (each participant will select a 1.5 hour slot for review)
     

Note: Applicants sitting for their ACC must be near or at 60 hours of coach specific training to participate in the program.

Are you seeking the education and experience to share your coaching skills with the world confidently? Join the Learning Journeys Mentor Coach Program. It is a positive and engaging way to refine your coaching skills in preparation for applying to obtain your ICF credentials.

Benefits:

  • Grow as a professional coach

  • Deepen your understanding of the ICF core competencies and their application

  • Gain a greater insight of the key elements of the evaluation process

  • Receive succinct and supportive feedback

  • Experience a creative, welcoming and fun learning environment

  • Participate in meaningful and productive dialogues

  • Engage in individual and group coaching

Length:

  • 3 months

  • 8 hours of group learning

  • 4.5 hours of individual learning

Facilitators:

  • Jennie Antolak, MA, MCC

  • Ruth Godfrey, MN MCC

Cost:

  • $1995.00

ICF Requirements


Note: The verbiage below is taken directly from the International Coach Federation Website. 
 

Mentor Coaching for an ICF Credential consists of coaching and feedback in a collaborative, appreciative and dialogued process based on an observed or recorded coaching session to increase the coach’s capability in coaching, in alignment with the ICF Core Competencies.

Mentoring provides professional assistance in achieving and demonstrating the levels of coaching competency and capability demanded by the desired credential level. Mentor Coaching should take place over an extended time (three-month minimum) in a cycle that allows for listening and feedback from the Mentor Coach while also allowing reflection and practice on the part of the individual being mentored.

 

Initial Credentialing
 

Credentialing candidates on the following paths are required to participate in Mentor Coaching prior to submitting their application: