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Is there an accredited or well recognised coaching qualification, and if so who is the training provider?
Sadie Brown

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By JackyP
20th Apr 2005 13:29

Hi. There are currently two main accreditation bodies for coaching. The European Coaching Institute (ECI) offers accreditation to all suitable qualified coaches - see http://www.europeancoachinginstitute.com/accreditation/. They also accredit some training organisations - see http://www.europeancoachinginstitute.com/coach_training/ and click on the links for each programme.

The (currently) larger accreditation body is the ICF - International Coach Federation - mainly American, but has a UK arm. Their accredited training organisations are listed at http://www.coachfederation.org/training/index.asp.

I hope this helps.
Jacky Pratt
(Accredited Practitioner Coach - ECI)

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By admin
21st Apr 2005 19:33

Hi

I would be happy to recommend Noble Manhatten who I was trained through. They are very efficient, and supportive and set a high standard.

Lilamani

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By Jacqui Pattison2
28th Apr 2005 13:08

I can recommend the School of Coaching programme which is accredited by University of Strathclyde's Business School - it is a very indepth programme - contact Tricia Bey at the Schoolof Coaching in London [email protected]

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By admin
19th Apr 2005 17:50

Yes there is an excellent coaching accreditation delivered by the Training Foundation. I know that it has been taken on board by some very large organisations in both the public and private sectors. The course is call the TAP course and they can be contacted on 024 7641 1288.

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By admin
20th Apr 2005 13:36

You could try the Coaching Academy (http://www.the-coaching-academy.com/)

Like Barry I'm doing the Diploma course with Newcastle college - although you may not prefer to do a qualification by distance learning.

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By admin
19th Apr 2005 22:54

If you want it for yourself in isolation see previous comments.
If you want to inculcate a coaching culture and a coaching qualification in your own line managers (if you are within a large corporate) try Pro Coach from Prosell. It seems to produce good results

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By admin
27th Apr 2005 14:01

I am also part-way through Newcastle College's distance learning diploma which I find interesting and quite challenging with directions to further reading outside of the course and quite a lot of work to do in addition to the assessed work. You need to line up people to coach and so there's lots of real experience. It's also accredited, which is worth having. I don't know how people can have the confidence to coach without having some proper training - I'd feel like a fraud!

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By admin
22nd Apr 2005 13:53

CIPD offer Certificate and Advanced certificate in Coaching and Mentoring. This is very closely linked to the Oxford School of Coaching and Mentoring. Interms of Life coaching I would suggest firstly Noble Manhattan then secondly Coaching Academy. The latter are soon to put their prices up by C£1000.

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By b4zz4
20th Apr 2005 11:30

for interest - Newcastle College are currently offering a distance learning Coaching Certificate and Diploma - free of charge. The qualifications are Nationally recognised and accredited.I'm several months into it - and I heartily recommend it.
Barry

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By annlewis
27th Apr 2005 13:28

I recently completed a Diploma in Advanced Executive Coaching with the Academy of Executive Coaching. It was a very rich learning experience in a great environment, and I loved it. The course is International Coach Federation accredited, and there is an option to go on to a Masters degree.

Website http://www/academyofexecutivecoaching.com.

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By Alan P Ward
04th Jun 2009 15:25

See http://www.emccouncil.org/uk/public/european_quality_award/index.html
All providers have been assessed and awarded the EMCC EQA at various levels of coach training.

Alan P Ward
Director, Coach Education
www.performanceconsultants.co.uk

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By janisbloftis
17th Jun 2018 16:35

Yes, there is an accredited coaching qualification and training provider. I recommend Animas for accredited coaching courses UK (https://www.animascoaching.com/dptc) as they offer psychologically minded coaching courses to the people who wish to bring a change in their lives.

They offer you an Diploma in Transformational coaching with an accredited ICF coaching course that train you as a life coach, internal or an executive coach.

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