The program is designed for mature professionals who have a post-graduate degree and/or sound business and management experience and want to further build on these skills. The programs are highly interactive and the participants practice their newly learnt skills with each other under the close supervision of experienced executive coaches. The practice continues after the courses with coaching supervision and individual coaching. Graduates can then continue learning and working with other practicing executive coaches through the activities of the community of practice which includes the opportunity to join in monthly peer coaching supervision and the IECA Alumni Learning Network which meet bi-monthly in Sydney and Melbourne.
The Institute’s accreditation program consists of three levels of training leading to full accreditation. The first two-thirds of the accreditation program (Level One and Level Two training) are designed to give participants a thorough grounding in coaching theory and practice, and an understanding of the coaching encounter so they can begin to practice professionally.
After the successful completion of the Level Two training, coaches are invited to apply to engage in Level Three. Level Three culminates in IEC accreditation and potentially work with the Institute as an associate.
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Institute of Executive Coaching Accreditation in Executive Coaching