Advanced Coach Training | Collective Change Institute

Advanced Coach Training | Collective Change Institute

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Advanced Coach Development Program

– ICF-approved advanced coaching training
– Led by Master Certified Coach (MCC) Trainer
– For aspiring Professional Certified Coaches (PCC) and Coach Practitioners
– Take your coaching to the next level in 9 months


Training Dates


Start Date:
9 September 2020

Graduation Date:
17 July 2021

Closing Date of Registration:
31 August 2020

Tuition Fee:
S$6,000

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Program Overview


CCI’s Advanced Coach Development Program (ACD) is for coaches who wish to advance beyond the fundamentals taught in the PCD program. The program’s duration is nine (9) months consisting of in person weekend intensives and supervision sessions, webinar classroom sessions, peer coaching and self work components.

CCI’s ACD program’s training curriculum and materials are inline with ICF’s ACTP requirements. You will get to graduate from this Advanced Coach Development Program being able to coach in line with ICF’s PCC standards and competencies.

Program Criteria: Participants should possess at least 60 hours of ICF-approved training and have preferably at least 50 hours of coaching experience.

Note: The Advanced Coach Development (ACD) program (PCC level) is the advanced course within the Complete Coach Development (CCD) program offered by CCI. The ACD course can be taken on its own, or as part of the CCD program.


Program Structure:


Integrated blended learning structure over 9 months that consists of:

  • 2x In-person intensive weekend (2 days each)
  • 9x LIVE webinar classrooms over Zoom (2hrs each)
  • 4x In-person supervision classroom sessions (2-3hrs each)
  • 1x In-person graduation session (2 hrs)
  • 12x Self-work hours
  • 1 x Final Assessment + Debrief
  • Full access to our online coaching academy with course materials, videos, templates accessible 24/7

On top of these deliverables, the course also requires students to:

  • Embark on 1 – 2 personal projects
  • Get coached and coach each other on these projects via a peer reciprocal structure

All trainers for the Advanced Coach Development program are PCCs and MCCs.


Topics Covered


  • 1. Profiling
  • 2. Emotions
  • 3. Relationships
  • 4. Mechanics of Life
  • 5. Behavioural Coaching
  • 6. Coaching to Integrate
  • 7. Techniques (Deepening Core Competencies)
  • 8. Lifework Coaching
1. Profiling
  • Read people more accurately, predict behaviors, leans, preferred style of learning and most importantly, the kind of approach to take to cause a breakthrough in this person.
  • Covers profiling without the use of profiling tools, deep diving into reading mental, emotional, value preferences.

Importance:

  • Increases your coaching efficiency, the sooner and earlier you can accurately profile what works for your client. Clients choose you based on how well they feel you can identify with them.
  • Increases your personal E.Q. and self-awareness of biases, strengths and weaknesses in you as a Coach.
2. Emotions
  • Understanding the ‘language’ of emotions and how to transmute emotions a.k.a turn their energy into creative energy for solutioning.
  • Emotions is paired in hand with ‘mechanics’ – while mechanics apply to every human, emotions are the variable that determines your approach with each client.

Importance:

  • What distinguishes an ACC from a PCC and eventually an MCC? It is the use of a person’s whole being beyond their surface functioning and verbal expression.
  • Using, navigating and confronting the realm of emotional confidently sets you apart from ‘functional coaches’ that miss the point often because humans are fundamentally emotional beings.
3. Relationships
  • Powerfully navigate relationship dynamics and take on confidently coaching issues that deal with more than 1 person’s (your client) dynamics at play. Highly applicable in life and executive coaching.

Importance

  • Facing relationships can be daunting – conflict resolution, marriage issues, ever-changing workplace dynamics – are common challenges that plague everyone. Know what you’re doing as a Coach facing such situations.
4. Mechanics of Life
  • Understand the mechanics aka ‘buttons’ you need to push in order for your client to create successes/ breakthroughs, allowing you to become a Coach who ‘knows your stuff’ to start creating impressive results.
  • Covers mechanics of common life, career and workplace topics.

Importance

  • You must know what fundamentally causes success in projects – e.g. what does it take for one to create money? For one to win a promotion? For one to fix a relationship? All this isn’t guesswork; there are formulas. Knowing the formula reduces time wasted mucking around and increases probability of results
5. Behavioural Coaching
  • Know how to coach in the realm of behaviours, the ultimate key skill needed in order to create tangible coaching outcomes that can be evidenced, tracked and measured.
  • Critical as a professional Coach so that you can ‘speak results’.

Importance:

Behaviors are the manifestation of internal change. You need to know how to execute this in situations you are required to be accountable for tangible change and results – like corporate/executive/leadership coaching, career coaching, skill set coaching, relationship coaching.

6. Coaching to Integrate
  • Resonance and clarity in who you are as a Coach.
  • Having a vision, a metaphor and a clear coach identity that will set you apart from the other Coaches out there.

Importance:

This is the ‘inner work’ that every coach needs to do, to be a clean slate for clients, and hence come from a powerful inner ‘place’. This is sensed by others, as “there’s something about you” that goes beyond marketing pitch.

7. Techniques (Deepening Core Competencies)
  • Apply the key coaching competencies (in line with ICF’s list) with ease
  • Create a more professional, tight, seamless and sophisticated ‘coaching experience’ in your practice.

Importance:

You will also learn and familiarise with the ICF’s PCC assessment markers – this is important for your PCC exam.

8. Lifework Coaching

Delve deeper into the workings of values, expression and fulfilment within a person, and how these manifests into one’s career choices, challenges and direction. Get exposed to the various ‘career-evolution’ levels.

Importance:

There is an increasing demand for career coaches, or in general, career coaching, given the rate of change that affects many PMETs today.

Coach beyond just resumes and interviews; on a deeper level these Coachees are usually dealing a search-for-self and life direction. You must be confident in tackling these head-on to really elevate the Coachee to their next level. Applicable in career, business, life and legacy coaching issues.


Expected Outcomes

Upon completing the ACD program, you would have:

1. Graduated with an additional 67 ICF-approved training hours.
Together with your initial 60 training hours, you would have clocked over 125
ICF-approved trainings required from
ICF to be a PCC

2. Completed CCI’s internal PCC-level coaching exam
Upon passing this exam, you can simply submit your CCI ACD graduation certificate to ICF during your PCC application. There is no further need to submit any further coach recordings for your application.

3. Accumulated additional coaching hours
Within the ACD program structure, which would count towards the 500 coaching hours you require for your PCC

4. Gained exposure, clarity and confidence
In delivering the 3 most in-demand coaching areas: Life coaching, Career Coaching and Executive Coaching

5. Deepened competencies beyond the coaching process
And gained proficiency into areas of human mechanics and dynamics (emotions, relationships) that will transform your whole approach as a Coach

6. Gained familiarity with the ICF’s PCC markers
Which allows you to confidently market yourself as an ICF Mentor (to take on additional business from mentoring other ACCs/PCCs)

360 Faculty Support:

CCI’s advanced coached development program supports your personal growth and development in coaching via multiple avenues

1. Lead Trainers
Our lead trainers lead the program training and they have at least 10 years of coach training experience and possess the qualifications and/or experience of an equivalent of a Master Certified Coach (MCC) or a Professional Certified Coach (PCC).

2. Mentor Coaches
Throughout your coach training journey, you will be assigned a mentor coach who will work with you on your personal growth and change, to facilitate your transformation into an effective coach.
Our mentor coaches have at least 10 years of coaching experience and they possess the qualification and/or experience of a Professional Certified Coach (PCC).

3. Supervisor Coaches
Supervisor coaches guide you and your small group during breakouts, practicums and self-work. They work closely with you to work on your techniques and execution. All supervisor coaches in the ACD program are minimally a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) by the ICF.

4. DEDICATED STUDENT RELATIONS MANAGER
Our student relations managers will be with you ever step of the way, ensuring that you are pacing well as the program progresses. They will assist you with materials, logistics, and assist you in the journey along the way.

Our Value Proposition

CCI’s professional coach development program supports your personal growth and development in coaching with a multi-layered faculty.

1. Get Trained by a Master Certified Coach (MCC)
CCI’s professional coach development program is personally led by our Master Certified Coach (MCC) Lin Tan, who has been training coaches for the past 13 years. Lin is one of the six Master Certified Coaches (ICF) in Singapore.

2. Highly Experienced Faculty
CCI’s faculty of lead trainers and mentor coaches have a cumulative over 100 years of coaching and coach training experience since 2005. The professional coach development program has been conducted in Singapore and China.

3. DEDICATED STUDENT RELATIONS MANAGER
Our student relations managers will be with you ever step of the way, ensuring that you are pacing well as the program progresses. They will assist you with materials, logistics, and assist you in the journey along the way.

4. Small Class Size, Close Supervision and Blended Learning
We keep each cohort size small. This allows close supervision by our faculty , yet at the same time allows for optimal interaction and diversity. CCI boasts one of the lowest faculty-to-student ratio in the region and this ensures your progress and growth as a coach.


ACD challenges who I already am as a coach and as a person. It was an intensive journey and yet satisfying. It was deeply introspective, and yet liberating. It had help me to open up new avenues in my coaching approaches and lifted my overall experience when interacting with people as well.

Thank you to all faculty members who had used their expertise and their unique deliveries to challenge us to the next level of coaching! This is worth it!”



Kiang Khiang
Lecturer



John Nielsen
Business Owner


My decision to continue my learning as a professional coach with CCI taking part in the Advanced Coach Development Program was one my best decision for many reasons. Firstly, I have gained so much new insight about myself both as a person and as a coach. Secondly, the depth of the materials and advanced learning approaches, many interactions both F2F and Online with a smaller group of coaches on the path to our PCC, all with same intent, supported by best in class trainers, mentors and supervisors.

The ACD programs has not only helped me grow as a person, and at same time advanced me to a new level as a professional coach, is simply invaluable and has open many new doors that I would never have thought possible. Thank you CCI ACD Team!




PCD built in me the discipline of listening, ACD built in me the discipline of the ICF Core Competencies.
PCD taught me to ask effective questions, ACD taught me to ask effective and efficient questions.
PCD enabled me to hear and see the emotions, ACD enabled me to hear and see the unsaid.
PCD brought me to life coaching, ACD brought me to coach beyond life.
PCD made me a good coach, ACD made me a much better coach.


AUDIE UGALINO
Executive Director



ARUNDHATI RAGHAVAN
HR Practitioner


I had a great weekend! The Coaches were lovely. The best 2 days I’ve spent in a long time. One thing that I learnt was all the insights that I took away about Coaching, and that its easy to touch somebody’s life by just paying a bit more attention, and listening, and being there for them.



Coach Trainers

Program coaches lead the professional coach development program and also take on the role of mentor coaches.



Lin Tan

Master Certified Coach (MCC, ICF)
Mentor Coach (ICF)
Reiss Profile Master (IDS)
Coaching with ROI Practitioner (WBECS)
ICF Global ‘Young Leaders Award’ Finalist
President-Elect, Singapore …



Eugenie Tan

Professional Certified Coach (PCC, ICF)
Reiss Profile Master (IDS)
Process Work Associate (Process Work Institute)
WSQ Advanced Certificate in Training and Assessment (ACTA)
Founder, Wonderfullpeople…



Xing Jian

Professional Certified Coach, ICF
Trainer and Mentor, CCI
Student Relations Manager, CCI



Lim Pei Ying

Professional Certified Coach (PCC, ICF)
Certified Finance Analyst, CFA Institute
Financial Planning & Analysis Manager, APAC & MEA
Director of Talent Development, Collective Change Institute
Associate Coach & …








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