10. BEGIN THE PROCESS OF CERTIFICATION
The 31-week MentorCoach Foundations Program is intended to get you up and
running with a coaching practice. And in fact, many of our graduates have
built thriving coaching practices having taken only Foundations.
However, you may want to go further and become certified, and we will
fully support you in this. What does this involve? In part, taking 125 hours
of coach specific training.
MentorCoach offers our own certification as a Certified MentorCoach.
In addition, our certification leads to certification as an ICF
certified coach. Our training program has been awarded the International
Coach Federation's Accredited Coach Training Program designation.
Thus The MentorCoach Certificate Program meets the academic requirements
for becoming both an ICF Associate Certified Coach (ACC) and an ICF
Professional Certified Coach (PCC).
SPECIAL NOTE ON ATTENDANCE: To receive a Certificate of Completion
and/or for Foundations to count toward your requirements to become
a Certified MentorCoach (and an ICF Certified Coach), you need to
be present for 80% of the classes (25 of the 31 classes). Every class
is recorded, so you will always have a 100% record of the class. But
listening to a recording does not count as being present in the class.
If for some reason you should end up being present for fewer than
the required 25 classes, theres no problem. We will work with
you to make up the missed classes. You can simply sit in on the requisite
number of missed classesat no chargein a future Foundations
class until youve been present for the required 25 classes.
Ready to get started?
Currently Available Classes:
8:00 pm - 8:59 pm Eastern (New York Time)
All Time Zones
Starts Monday, July 10, 2017
12:00 pm - 12:59 pm Eastern (New York Time)
All Time Zones
Starts Thursday, August 10, 2017
PhD, CMC, PCC
*About the acronyms. While all Foundations courses have identical
content, each one is numbered differently. MCP stands for MentorCoach
Program. The first Foundations course we offered was “MCP 1”. The second
was “MCP 2”, and so on. Thus if a Foundations course were called “MCP
300”, it would refer to the 300th cohort of students who had gone through
the Foundations program.
*About the scheduling. A new Foundations course begins each month
of the year, generally during the last week of the month. The time of
the class alternates between day and evening times. So, for example, lets
assume that in Month 1 the Foundations class is at 12:00 pm Eastern. In
Month 2, the next Foundations class would then be at 8:00 pm Eastern.
In Month 3, the next Foundations class would then be at 12:00 pm Eastern,
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