How many accredited hours does each programme provide?

14th June by Adamantia Lampropoulou

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Coaching Skills Certificate

Provides you with 12 hours towards the 60 required to apply for International Coaching Federation (ICF) accreditation at Associate Certified Coach (ACC) level.

Practitioner Diploma

Represents 60 Accredited Coach Specific Training Hours (ACSTH). The ICF requires 60 Coach Specific Training Hours when applying through the ACSTH path for individual coach accreditation for ACC (Associate Certified Coach).

Advanced Practitioner Diploma

ACTP (Accredited Coach Training Programme) 131 Accredited Coach Specific Training Hours (ACSTH) towards the minimum 125 ACSTH for the PCC Level (Professional Certified Coach). 

Team Coaching Fundamentals Certificate

18 Continuing Coach Education Units (CCEs) are provided to the participant.

Systemic Team Coaching® Certificate

19 Continuing Coach Education Units (CCEs) are provided to the participant.

Systemic Team Coaching® Diploma

Participants achieve 121 Accredited Coach Specific Training Hours (ACSTH).

Resilience Accreditation Programme

Provides participants with 60 Continuing Coach Education Units (CCEs).

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