Here is a selection of 3, 4, and 5 star hotels near the Oaks on Market, where the course is held.
Until you have completed our Level 3 coaching accreditation course, you still need to apply for ICF credentials using the ACSTH method. You can only use the ACTP route after you have passed our exam (at Level 3) and completed your Level 3 accreditation with IECL.
For example, a student who completes Level 2 executive coaching certification could apply for the ICF’s ACC credential using the ACSTH application, if you have enough mentor coaching hours (click here to find out more about our ACC Fast Track program, that provides mentor coaching hours to bring you up to the minimum). A student who has completed the IECL’s full three-level accreditation could apply for the ACC or PCC credential using the ACTP graduate application.
The fees for ICF credentials vary from $100 (for members applying for ACC) to $625 (for non members applying for MCC) and there’s a whole range in between.
ICF has a detailed list of all the other requirements for each credential (e.g. you need to have completed a certain number of logged coaching hours before applying).
It’s best to visit the ICF website to find out exactly what fee applies for you and what you have to do to gain your ICF credentials: http://www.coachfederation.org/icfcredentials/
Once you complete the requirements of Level Three Accreditation, we recommend that you maintain your accreditation through a program of Continuous Professional Development (CPD) as is common in most professions.
To maintain accreditation we recommend:
Our organisational coaching program is currently offered in Australia (Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra, Perth, Brisbane), Wellington, New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Beijing. Face-to-face attendance at one of these locations is required for three days per level, making up nine days in total. The remainder of the coaching accreditation course can be completed online.
Unlikely. The IECL program provides a unique framework for organisational coaching. In our experience, no other program offers this. Level 1 provides the foundations for organisational coaching, and also for interaction with the other IECL alumni. At Level 1 you gain the language, the landscape and the frameworks for organisational coaching that provide a sturdy and rigorous background for all your future coaching. If you feel strongly that you have already covered this foundational material you are welcome to apply for recognition of prior learning (RPL). Please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org for our RPL policy.
The Graduate Diploma of Organisational Coaching and Leadership from CSU comprises four IECL subjects and four CSU subjects. If you have completed Level 3 before the end of 2014, you will also need to take part in the Bridging Program i.e. one assignment to bring you up to speed for CSU entry requirements. Once you complete that, you simply need to complete the IECL Principles of Organisational Coaching subject with IECL (this is your fourth coaching subject).