Advanced Corporate Coaching Program (ACCP) – Core Modules

A-440 Professional Foundations

As coaches, we are sometimes asked to coach others around issues that we have not fully mastered ourselves. Professional Foundations invites self-exploration and self-development in areas that are important to our clients. By strengthening our professional foundations, we can serve as role models for clients who are working toward self-improvement goals.

Number of class sessions: 8
Duration (per class): 60 minutes

A-445 Professional Foundation Practicum

An entirely experiential course that is focused on each individual’s ability and skill development coaching in specifically directed professional foundation coaching interactions.  Each participant will coach and receive feedback on their current demonstration of ability from the faculty, a peer and a self-evaluation.  The feedback offered to the participant will be used to guide their further training and development. To receive credit for the course participants must coach, be coached and turn in feedback forms on all observed coaching sessions. Coach-the-coach occurs by faculty.

Number of class sessions: 8
Duration (per class): 60 minutes

A-501 Corporate Conversation Model

Every replicable approach has a model to ensure the process works consistently. This course covers the model for coaching conversations and provides a process for establishing meaningful coaching relationships.

Number of class sessions: 4
Duration (per class): 60 minutes

A-515 Corporate Conversation Model Practicum

An entirely experiential course focused on each individual’s ability and skill development using the corporate conversation model in specifically directed coaching interactions. Every participant will coach and receive feedback on their current demonstration of ability from the faculty, their peers and a self-evaluation.  The feedback offered to the participant will be used to guide their further training and development.  To receive credit for the course each participant must coach, be coached and turn in feedback forms on all observed coaching sessions. Coach-the-coach occurs by faculty.

Number of class sessions: 8
Duration (per class): 60 minutes

A-531 PCSI® (Personal Coaching Styles Inventory)

The PCSI® is a coaching tool that helps coaches and clients understand how to connect more easily in coaching relationships. In this course, we examine the four PCSI styles and develop an awareness for how these styles are expressed in the workplace. With a deeper understanding of styles, coaches can learn to flex our styles to support our clients.

Number of class sessions: 8
Duration (per class): 60 minutes

A-926 Advanced Coaching Skills Supervision Practicum

The class is held as a group supervision of coaching skills course, with individual and collective support and feedback. After successfully completing this course, the participants will have received direct feedback on their own coaching, witnessed and responded to the coaching skills of others, and have clear information and details regarding professional credentialing.

Each participant will coach and receive feedback on their current demonstration of coaching skills. Feedback will be from the faculty, their peers and a self-evaluation. The feedback offered to the participant will be used to guide their further training and development. To receive credit for the course, each participant must coach, be coached and submit feedback forms on all observed coaching sessions. Coach-the-coach occurs by faculty. This class requires full participation. No auditing is allowed.

This course meets part of the supervision requirement for regular CUG/CCUG graduation. (Note: Additional observation by an ICF PCC/MCC coaching supervisor/mentor is required for this level of graduation. Please check the graduation requirements in the student area for further details.)

Number of class sessions: 12
Duration (per class): 60 minutes