This very popular programme prepares you for the International Coaching Federation’s Associate Certified Coach (ACC) credential.
Not only does it meet the ICF’s requirement for 60 hours of coach specific training but it also includes the necessary ten hours of coach mentoring. And, uniquely to our programme, it gives you the opportunity to get the ILM Level 7 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring as well, by way of an optional ‘top-up’.
Format: A series of five, 2-day modules, with 3 group coach mentoring webinars plus 3 hours of one-to-one support.
Delivery options: The open programme is held twice a year (Spring 2022 will be entirely virtual; also available on an in-house basis).
Make a booking: Download the booking form for the Spring 2022 intake.
Rosanne Bernard PCC is an experienced coach, trainer and facilitator with substantial experience gained across the public, private and VCSE sectors. She has many years’ experience coaching managers within organisations at all levels and also delivers coach training programmes, such as our ICF Certified Coach Training Programme and our non-accredited training programmes on coaching skills for line managers.
One of our most experienced and popular trainers, Rosanne is particularly well qualified to deliver this programme, having been through it herself. Rosanne delivers all of the programme modules.
Elizabeth Crosse MCC runs the one-to-one and group coach mentoring sessions, and leads the skills benchmarking exercise during Module 4.
She is our Coaching Practice Director and delivers professional coaching, internal coach training, mentoring and supervision programmes. She is an experienced professional coach (one of only a handful of Master Certified Coaches in the UK) and a qualified coach supervisor with over 25 years of expertise in learning, facilitating and training in the UK and abroad. She has delivered more than 10,000 hours of one-to-one and team coaching and more than 5,000 hours of coach training and supervision.
ILM ‘TOP UP’ COACH
Charlie Warshawski is a leadership trainer and coach, specialising in supporting organisational, team and individual change. He is a member of the Institute of Leadership and Management and a Member of the International Coach Federation.
He offers 25 years of leadership and training experience, with a background that spans the commercial, education and voluntary sectors. He has worked in the UK, Europe and South America and can work in French and Spanish as well as English.
Clients create sustainable change as a result of his rigorous processes, respectful challenges and empathetic support. Charlie has worked with a wide range of people, including senior managers, students, front-line staff, entrepreneurs – both in-house and as an external resource.
ASSESSORS AND OBSERVERS
We use a team of independent assessors and observers to support the skill practice sessions and the benchmarking exercise during module 4. They have all been through the programme themselves and now assess new programme participants.
ADDITIONAL FACULTY MEMBERS
Sara Barrie PCC is an award-winning executive coach, consultant and leadership facilitator accredited by the International Coach Federation (ICF), the Academy of Executive Coaching (AoEC) and Time to Think.
Based in Manchester, Sara’s clients include Associated British Foods, Accenture, American Express, Ashurst LLP, Barclays Bank, BT, Carphone Warehouse, Co-operative Group, Countryside, DWF, Dynamic Action, Electricity North West, Eon, East Sussex County Council, Freshfields, Fresenius, GE, GlaxoSmithKline, Kellogg’s, Knightstone Housing Association, Magna Housing, Lloyds of London, Liverpool John Lennon Airport, Manchester Airport Group, Ombudsman Services, NatWest, Sainsburys, Siemens, Vodafone, etc, etc.
Mythily Bhageerutty PCC is a highly skilled coach, trainer of coaches, facilitator and mediator. In the last ten years she has worked in government as a Senior Advisor in Strategy, a Private Secretary to the Minister of Criminal Justice, and a Leadership Coach to Senior Management and Board. Unusually, her client list has a twin focus – on housing associations and on investment banking.
Based in London, her areas of expertise include: establishing and co-ordinating the support structure of a coaching culture; leadership coaching at CEO, director and senior manager level; coaching training and development; facilitation and action learning sets.
Gerard Hennessey is a vastly experienced learning & development professional, psychotherapist and coach, with over thirty years of leading organisational change and learning & development initiatives in both the Civil Service and Public Sector. Since leaving the Civil Service in 2013, Gerard has run his own learning & development consultancy, working across a large number of public, private and voluntary sector organisations. He is an avid researcher who regularly participates in, and contributes to, projects focusing on all aspects of organisational development, coaching initiatives, human psychology and change leadership.
Clare Withycombe PCC is an experienced executive coach, leadership development facilitator and coach trainer. Clare first qualified as a coach in 2002 and has delivered over 3000 hours coaching to several hundred clients internationally. She has an operational background in international cultural relations where she held leadership roles in the Middle East and Africa regions. Now based in London, Clare’s focus is leadership coaching at Board, Director and Senior Manager level along with coach training and group facilitation. Her clients include international telecoms, financial institutions, UK Cabinet Office, creative industries, NGOs, housing associations and leading universities.