Professional Coach Training | Collective Change Institute

Professional Coach Training | Collective Change Institute

Collective Change Institute is Asia's leading coach certification and professional coach development program.

About Collective Change Institute

Collective Change Institute (CCI), an ICF-approved ACTP coach training school, is Asia’s leading coaching institute. It offers all-round coach development for individuals and corporates through coach certification, business mastery development and community initiatives.

CCI offers a wide range of coaching-related programs and services for individuals, corporates and coaches. These include coach certification programs, coach training for managers, executive coaching services, personal coaching services and business accelerators for coaches.


Hours of coaching delivered by our faculty






Lives impacted through coaching by our team


Coaches trained or certified by our faculty


Certified coaches in our coach panel


CCI is an ICF-approved training provider with the following ICF accreditations:

  • Level 2 ICF Accredited Coaching Education Provider
  • Approved Coach Specific Training Hours (ACSTH)
  • Approved Coach Training Program (ACTP)

This means CCI adheres to the International Coach Federation’s strict professional standards for a coach-training program. CCI offers students a streamlined route to obtaining their professional coach certification from ICF with the assurance of the highest standards of quality in coach training.

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Our Approach

Our coaches find that they are able to coach friends, colleagues and teams effectively because the basis of our coaching approach is based on human dynamics. This means we study and learn the common mechanics of change whilst respecting a person’s unique personality.

Premise #1:
Every individual is innately motivated to perceive, feel and act. Coaching with this understanding greatly empowers the coachee’s self-awareness and ownership/creativity in solution-generation.

Premise #2:
The dynamic make up of the situation greatly influences one’s decision-making and solution generation, hence understanding the factors at play that impact/affect your coachee allows you to empower them to own and tackle these factors to forward the situation using his/her current capabilities (or developing new ones).

Premise #3:
Coaching is an approach that addresses and integrates a person’s intellectual, emotional, physical and spiritual body, causing a shift on all levels to create a sustainable impact that can be translated into application and action.

Premise #4:
Coaching uncovers and unfolds inner wisdom and hidden lessons within a person to reveal solutions that are unique and useful to the client. Thus, as coaches we do not advise or tell the client what’s best for them, but instead empower them to seek their own answers.

Premise #5:
Coaching integrates a person’s psyche with all aspects of life. As coaches we empower clients to find the connection between who they are, who they are being, and how they behave that ripples through all domains in their life.

About ICF

CCI is recognized by the International Coach Federation (USA) as having met the standards of a professional coach training program.

They are the leading global organization dedicated to advancing the coaching profession by setting high standards, providing independent certification and building a worldwide network of trained coaching professionals.

As the world’s largest organization of professionally trained coaches, ICF confers instant credibility upon its members. ICF offers the only globally recognised, independent credentialing program for coach practitioners. ICF Credentials are awarded to professional coaches who have met stringent education and experience requirements and have demonstrated a thorough understanding of the coaching competencies that set the standard in the profession.

ICF also accredits programs that deliver coach-specific training. ICF-approved and –accredited training programs must complete a rigorous review process and demonstrate that their curriculum aligns with the ICF Core Competencies and Code of Ethics.