Presentation on theme: "2010 International Coach Federation Singapore Chapter The Road to Credentialing."— Presentation transcript:
2010 International Coach Federation Singapore Chapter The Road to Credentialing
2010 Objectives ICF Singapore Chapter Mission Benefits of an ICF Credential ICF Credentials & Application Types Becoming a Credentialed Coach Credentialing Requirements Resources
Chapter Mission Developing Business: alliances and community Developing Professionally: credentialing and personal development Developing Community: a place for coaches Overall theme for 2010 Raising standards Engaging members
2010 Benefits of an ICF Credential Demonstrates: high professional standards strong code of ethics high knowledge and skill level Enhances: credibility reassures potential clients of experience/professional coach Brings personal satisfaction: in achieving a career goal in gaining a credential from the internationally recognized coaching association Reinforces: integrity of the coaching profession locally and globally
Coach Specific Training Client Coaching Application to ICF Exam Awarding of Credential Coaches must meet the minimum requirements in these areas when applying for a credential Portfolio Applicants participate in the exam process with ICF Complete applications are sent online directly to ICF Headquarters Becoming a Credentialed Coach 2010
2010 Credentialing Requirements  Coach Specific Training Direct interaction with trainer Voice to voice In person Includes all the ICF Core Competencies From an ACTP From an ACTSH
2010  Client Coaching Hours 60 minutes of actual coaching per client hour Paid hours and Pro-bono hours Individual Client Group Coaching (no more than 15 participants) Internal/Third Party Coaching (reference letter) Credentialing Requirements
2010 Credentialing Requirements  Letters of Reference Dated within 12 months of the application date Clearly state the coach’s support Coach has observed or heard coaching Recommendation for application type On letterhead or address
2010 Credentialing Requirements  Mentor Coaching 10 hours over three (3) months With a qualified coach* Group coaching (up to 7 hours) Scope: Applicants being coached on their coaching skills/competencies rather than coaching on practice building, life balance or other topics.
2010 Credentialing Requirements  Mentor/Reference Coach Requirements For applicants living in the U.S and Canada –Coach currently must hold a PCC or MCC For applicants living outside the U.S. or Canada –Coach currently holds a PCC or MCC –Coach is actively involved with an ICF Chapter –Coach is actively involved in another coaching association that holds similar definitions of coaching –If not ICF credentialed: detail qualifications
2010 Exam Process ACTP Applicants Fulfilled exam requirements upon completion of certified exam of the ACTP ACC Portfolio Live Oral Exam (20-30min teleconference) PCC/MCC Portfolio Live Oral Exam Written Exam Recorded Session
2010 ICF Core Competencies 1. Meeting Ethical Guidelines and Professional Standards 2. Establishing the Coaching Agreement 3. Establishing Trust and Intimacy with the Client 4. Coaching Presence 5. Active Listening 6. Powerful Questioning
2010 ICF Core Competencies 7. Direct Communication 8. Creating Awareness 9. Designing Actions 10. Planning and Goal Setting 11. Managing Progress and Accountability
2010 Resources Credentialing and Application credentials/ credentials/ credentials/ To check if program is ACTP training-programs/tpss/ training-programs/tpss/ training-programs/tpss/ ICF Singapore Credentialing Evening ICF Singapore Peer Coaching
2010 ICF Singapore Chapter Credentialing Sub-Committee Denise Pang Nancy Verhoeven Thank you for your interest in ICF Credentialing!