Personal Ministry Coach Course
Course #: M-CPC-110 AUDIT Hours: 16 Lec/ 2 Lab/ 0 Ext/ 18 Total
Subject Title: COACHING GLOBAL IMPACT & PERSPECTIVE
Method: Asynchronous/Self-study Schedule: 16-hours (Lessons 105-112)
Complete Synopsis Prerequisites: None
In COACHING GLOBAL IMPACT & PERSPECTIVE, students are learning the universal view and perspectives of coaching: what is coaching, what coaching is not, and the differences between coaching and other support disciplines. This course provides a powerful learning platform for coaching that enables professional coaches and students of coaching to help their clients to grow and develop both personally and professionally by covering the worldwide common definitions and understanding of coaching from the global perspective based on exploration of the International Coach Federation’s foundations and systems of guided principles in coaching. Using the International Coach Federation (ICF) website, this course introduces and describes for coach practitioners, mentor coaches, supervisors, coach trainers, and students the ICF definitions and core competencies for coaching, types of coaching, and the various support disciplines that are distinguished separate and apart from coaching to identify what coaching is and what coaching is not. A minimum of 18 class hours is spent in coach-specific training and practice.
Required Textbook: DIAMONDS Core Competencies for Coaching: Coach-specific Training for Professional Coaches and Aspiring Coaches by Dr Merle Evelyn Ray (Author) (2017), ISBN 978-1720921318
- Identify and describe the ICF definition of coaching.
- Identify and describe distinctions between coaching and other support professions.
- Identify and describe the system of ICF core competencies.
- Identify and describe types of coaching.
- Updated Version of ICF Core Competencies – https://coachfederation.org/core-competencies
- A class syllabus is provided for each student upon successful enrollment and acceptance. Also see the section on How to Complete this Certificate.