Why the International Coach Federation?
The job of coaching is auto-regulated by the International Coach Federation (ICF), the first federation of its kind in the world that sets professional standards and promotes top-class training through its accredited programmes, enforcing its code of ethics, and promoting its independent certification systems.
25 000 members in 110 countries of which Belgium.
Achieving ICF certification is a demanding task, requiring continuous training and supervision, and the undertaking of written and oral examinations before an independent panel of experts.
ICF is a guarantee of quality and reliability of its certified members
ICF proposes three certification levels de certification/credentialing:
ACC – Associated Certified Coach, which associates the coach to the credentialing system. To pass, the coach must show 60 hours of coaching-specific training, 10 hours of supervision, 100 hours of practice and pass an oral examination (20-30-minute coaching with an official ICF Assessor).
PCC – Professional Certified Coach, the coach becomes a professional, demonstrating 125 hours of coaching specific training, 10 hours of supervision and 500 hours of practice.
MCC – Master Certified Coach, the coach reaches master level, having completed 200 hours of training, 10 hours supervision and 2500 hours of practice.
Nova Torra is accredited ACTP from the ICF
Nova Terra’s trainers are ICF certified to the highest level, and the school supports its participants in the process of achieving ICF certification. The coaching school is ACTP accredited, this means that it is mandated by the ICF to pass the exams on its operating sites.
We offer three different programs
Mastery & Art of Coaching: Phase 1 and Phase 2 – PCC Certification
Bridge Phase 2 Mastery & Art of Coaching: Phase 2 – PCC Certification
Advanced Program – MCC Certification
The Workshops – accredited programs which counts as ICF course hours
To know more about our programs and to better understand the various courses levels – click here