This fact sheet explains the process to have your
course (as the course owner) internationally accredited by the
International Coaching Council (one of only 3
recognized global coaching accreditation bodies).
In the last few years there has been an
explosion in the number of professional and personal
development courses offered over the internet. Many of which
are a low standard or just generic cut-outs of other courses
and carry little value in the Learning and Development
In response to the increasing proliferation of training
providers in a crowded global marketplace the ICC and BCI
have formed a special partnership. As a Founding Board Member of the ICC
and given the Behavioral Coaching
Institute's (BCI) position as the world's leading developer of
coaching technology (for over 20 years) -the ICC has formed
a unique arrangement with BCI enabling it to assign ICC
accreditation to quality-rated training programs. This
special program is now helping meet the need for prospective
students around the world confirm the value and
international standing of courses been offered to them.
Firstly, what is an accredited course?
- Accreditation of a
course is confirmation that your course:
• meets your national quality
• meets established industry,
enterprise, educational, community need -as verified by a recognized
international industry expert/authority or organization (eg; BCI),
• provides appropriate
competency outcomes and a basis for assessment.
- Your course can be:
• a short course with a
Statement of Attainment or Completion ‘Course in’ outcome, or
• a long form course that
provides a qualification recognised by your national educational
Qualifications Framework, for example, a Diploma.
Accredited courses can also be delivered by a training provider
if the provider has entered into a partnering arrangement with an
Accredited Course Developer (ACD) (eg; Behavioral Coaching
Institute) to deliver a ICC Accredited course developed by the ACD (eg;
BCI’s courses via our
course accreditation / processing of your application.
- Typically within 10 days. However, timeframes may vary according to the
quality of the submission.
- Accreditation Certificate issued by ICC upon receipt of Accreditation
- Varies according to course
type/audience/student fee/frequency held/location/local currency etc.
- The course owner and any other course facilitator are required to be
subject matter experts in the subject field they work/teach in. To
ensure there is a minimum standard level of knowledge of all
facilitators delivering ICC accredited courses only graduates of the
Institute's ICC Accredited Master Coach Course (CMC)
are eligible to apply. Note: 1. The invitational Master Coach course
is available via Campus, Distance Learning or Self-Study Format. 2.
Special Scholarships are available. 3. The Master Coach Course can
be completed within a week and there is no requirement for further
training/mentoring etc. See:
Master Coach Course Registration Details