Frequently Asked Questions
How is the training program delivered?
The training program is delivered via Zoom through synchronous group sessions that are recorded. Individual coaching observations also take place via Zoom.
What is the time commitment for each course?
For each training course, participants should expect to spend a minimum of 4-6 hours each week on the various training elements, including synchronous meetings, readings and independent study, practice coaching, and other requirements.
What languages is the program offered in?
This training program is currently only offered in English.
What courses do I need to take to earn an ACC-level ICF credential?
To fulfill the training requirements for an ACC-level ICF credential, you would need to take at least 60 training hours, with 48 of those hours in synchronous sessions that are focused on ICF core competencies. Mentor coaching hours are also required.
In this program, those training hours can be satisfied through a combination of the following three courses: Coaching 101, Coaching Foundations & Championing the Client, and Mentor Coaching.
What courses do I need to take to earn a PCC-level ICF credential?
To fulfill the training requirements for a PCC-level ICF credential, you would need to take at least 125 training hours, with 100 of those hours in synchronous sessions that are focused on ICF core competencies. Mentor coaching hours are also required.
In this program, those training hours can be satisfied through a combination of the following courses:
Coaching 101; Coaching Foundations & Championing the Client; Values-focused Coaching Tools & Confronting Obstacles; Habit Building, Creating Change & Group Coaching Fundamentals; and Mentor Coaching.
Coaching 101; Coaching Foundations & Championing the Client; Values-focused Coaching Tools & Confronting Obstacles; Client Confidence, Self-trust & Independence; and Mentor Coaching.
Coaching 101; Coaching Foundations & Championing the Client; Habit Building, Creating Change & Group Coaching Fundamentals; Client Confidence, Self-trust & Independence; and Mentor Coaching.
Coaching 101; Coaching Foundations & Championing the Client; Values-focused Coaching Tools & Confronting Obstacles; Habit Building, Creating Change & Group Coaching Fundamentals; Client Confidence, Self-trust & Independence; and Mentor Coaching.
How are payments collected for the courses and packages?
Once you decide to join the training, a personalized invoice is created to reflect your payment choices. This invoice is shared both digitally and via PDF, and offers the option of credit card payment.
If you are paying for the training through institutional funds, the invoice can be addressed to an individual of your choice at your institution.
What if I need to withdraw from the program? Do you offer refunds?
If a payment has not been made for the coach training program, you can withdraw at any time from the waiting list.
If a payment has already been made for the coach training, that payment may be applied to a future offering of the training if your withdrawal is temporary.
If you need to withdraw permanently before the program has started, a full refund minus any shipping expenses for the coach training manual can be processed.
If you need to withdraw permanently after the program has started, a pro-rated refund will be processed and will be dependent on the date of withdrawal.
Do you offer information about how to build a coaching business in this program?
I offer a separate program called “Slow Hustle” that is a 12-month mastermind on creating a values-driven business. You can learn more about this program on the Slow Hustle website.
How can I ask additional questions about the program?
The best way to get all your questions answered about the coach training is to sign up for a 30-minute Q&A session. There’s no pressure to purchase and this session is a great way to see if the training is a good fit for you and your professional development goals.
Participating in Katie’s coach training training is without a doubt the best professional investment I’ve ever made. Coach training has given me the tools to help people in the ways that I’ve always wanted to, supported me in launching my business, and given me space to engage in meaningful reflection with a community of peers. Katie’s coach training program has equipped me with the tools and skills to hold space for clients as they grapple with life’s challenges. What’s more, connecting with other new coaches through coach training has provided me with so much professional and personal fulfillment! I know that the relationships I’ve formed in this program will continue for years to come. Coaching has been fulfilling and grounding in ways I never could have imagined. I can’t recommend it enough!
The way that Katie sets up her coach training program is so accessible and facilitates real, in-depth discussion and learning, as well as the ability to work collaboratively with other participants in the program both during the classes and in between/after the sessions. Everything is clear, well presented, and all materials are provided well ahead of time. There is plenty of time for questions and the atmosphere is relaxed and collegiate, yet with real skill development. I would have no hesitation in recommending the coach training program, and already have done to several people!
Though I had been informally practicing as a coach/consultant before taking Katie’s training, I now feel confident and prepared to work with clients in one-on-one, group, and professional settings. This training is a combination of learning about the core competencies and practices of ICF coaches as well as a weekly opportunity to practice skills with a cohort of folks I’ve become very close to as we share this journey. I especially appreciate the focus on working with academics–we are a unique bunch, and Katie’s experience working with folks in higher ed really helps us bring our contextual awareness to the fore with academic clients.
Coach Training has been the best investment I have made in both my professional and personal development. I have gained invaluable skills that have helped me hold space for clients, as well as be more impactful in my professional role working with faculty and students. The comprehensive training is also incredibly supportive, and Katie has created a wonderful learning environment. I am excited to see how my coaching skills will continue to develop in my work with clients and the different ways I can use my coaching presence in my work and life.
If you are interested being a coach, then this is the coach training program you should consider investing in. The applied learning skills, rich resources, and community of practice wrapped around this coach training has been invaluable. Not only will you have the opportunity to learn from the wealth of Katie’s coaching experiences, but you will also be surrounded by a group of peers to work through coaching scenarios, try out tools, and ask powerful questions of one another. Beyond the preparing for ICF credentials, this training program will enhance your own coaching practice and how you lead with a coaching mindset.
Katie creates such a safe atmosphere for learning and knows how to nurture a community of learners. I felt supported in every step of the way, both by the amazing participants that were in my cohort, and of course by Katie who knows how to coach people to deepen their trust in themselves. Even though some of the classes were taking place at my 1-3am (I was in Europe at that time) it was totally worth it, and I would do it again without hesitation!
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