Your Commitment to Coaching
Obtaining your coach certification with the ICF (International Coach Federation) shows potential clients your commitment to the coaching profession and builds your industry-wide credibility. A few factors why coaching certification is important:
- 84% of clients value certification as a professional standard of quality assurance
- Certified coaches have higher income than non-certified coaches
- Clients who work with certified coaches report better satisfaction and are more likely to recommend their coach to others
By regulating standards, skills and core competencies for coach training, the ICF ensures that life coaches, business coaches, and executive coaches are experienced, reliable professionals who abide by a strict code of ethics. There are three levels of coaching certification that ICF offers - ACC, PCC and MCC and you can read about each level below on this page.
As a globally-recognized and ICF-accredited coach training institution, Erickson's coach training programs are highly regarded as exceeding the rigorous standards of the International Coach Federation (ICF) and producing highly-qualified coaches. Since obtaining ICF certification is integral to your coaching career, we have made the path to certification as simple as possible.
Learn how Erickson prepares you for successful ICF Certification as a life coach, business or executive coach by clicking the link below.
Accredited Coach Training Program (ACTP)
As an Accredited Coach Training program, The Art & Science of Coaching fulfills all of the ICF’s educational and practicum requirements and supports you through the entire ICF application process.
Note: Completion of Modules I – IV of The Art & Science of Coaching fulfills ACSTH requirements only.
Erickson has gone through a rigorous process of accreditation with the ICF and is one of a select few to achieve the impressive designation of Accredited Coach Training Program. Accredited programs are continuously reviewed and evaluated for excellence in curricula, core competencies, faculty, structure, proficiency, and ethics to support the highest quality coach training.