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Accredited Coaching Training Program (ACTP)

Accredited Coaching Training Program (ACTP) accreditation is intended for third party training providers who are interested in having their training program accredited by the International Coach Federation (ICF). ACTP accredited programs are considered “all inclusive” training programs, which offer start to finish coach training. A minimum of 125 student contact hours, Mentor Coaching and a performance evaluation process are required for ACTP approval. Graduates of an ACTP program may apply for an individual ICF Credential via the ACTP credential application path.

Accredited Fellow Coach 

IIC&M Accreditation is available for all coaches who want to demonstrate their training and experience with an internationally recognised coaching standard and who have met the accreditation requirements established by the IIC&M. Your accreditation assessment is based upon your ability as a coach, your competence levels when you are coaching, and your capability to work with your clients to move them forward in their chosen topic. 4,500 hours coaching experience.

Accredited Master Coach 

IIC&M Accreditation is available for all coaches who want to demonstrate their training and experience with an internationally recognised coaching standard and who have met the accreditation requirements established by the IIC&M. Your accreditation assessment is based upon your ability as a coach, your competence levels when you are coaching, and your capability to work with your clients to move them forward in their chosen topic. 2,500 hours coaching experience.

Accredited Practitioner Coach

IIC&M Accreditation is available for all coaches who want to demonstrate their training and experience with an internationally recognised coaching standard and who have met the accreditation requirements established by the IIC&M. Your accreditation assessment is based upon your ability as a coach, your competence levels when you are coaching, and your capability to work with your clients to move them forward in their chosen topic. 50 hours coaching experience.

Accredited Senior Coach

IIC&M Accreditation is available for all coaches who want to demonstrate their training and experience with an internationally recognised coaching standard and who have met the accreditation requirements established by the IIC&M. Your accreditation assessment is based upon your ability as a coach, your competence levels when you are coaching, and your capability to work with your clients to move them forward in their chosen topic. 750 hours coaching experience.

American Board of Vocational Experts – Fellow (ABVE/F)

This status requires three years of documented experience in assessment of vocational capacity and vocational expert forensics in addition to the requirements (A-F) listed above.

Associate Professional in Human Resources (aPHR)

The aPHR is the first-ever HR certification designed for practitioners who are just beginning their HR career journey. A certification from HRCI – the gold standard of HR certifications – proves your commitment to the profession and demonstrates your understanding of the fundamentals.

Canadian Certified Counsellor (CCC)

The counsellor certification is a national service that identifies to the public those counsellors who CCPA recognizes as qualified to provide counselling services in Canada. Obtaining the status of Canadian Certified Counsellor (CCC) includes recognition of standards of professional preparation, continuing education, and a formal code of ethics. As a self-regulating body, CCPA provides advice and discipline for certified members on matters of professional conduct.

Canadian Settlement Practitioners

AAISA Certification program was established to provide accreditation to Canadian Settlement Practitioners who meet a set of standard qualification criteria. Formal accreditation promotes excellence in the settlement sector and is based on competencies that are outlined in the Alberta Framework of Competencies for Settlement Practitioners (revised 2011). Certification is open to all eligible Settlement Practitioners currently working in settlement sector. 

Career Developments

Career Developments profiles the progress in the field of career development nationally and internationally, including updates on training, certification, evidence-based research, policy and practice. Career Developments is published quarterly by CCDF in collaboration with the Canadian Council of Career Development Associations (CCCDA). 

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