Co-Active® Coach Training Pathway
...contextually based, experientially driven, transformative learning.
The Co-Active® coach training pathway is considered the most rigorous, ICF-accredited, programme available for professional coaching development. Delivered by expert coaches and supervisors from the world's largest and oldest in-person coach training organisation.
There are 3 stages to the training pathway:
Each stage builds on the previous and must be taken in sequential order; Fundamentals (FUN), then Intermediate series (INT) and then CPCC, with the previous stage being a prerequisite for the next. Stage 1 and 2 combined, a popular choice package with students, is also referred to as the Co-Active core curriculum.
The level of professional development, accreditation and certification sought by the student determines how many stages they wish to complete.
CTI's coach training pathway is an Accredited Coach Training Program (ACTP), awarded by the International Coach Federation (ICF)
Fundamentals, Fulfillment, Balance, Process and Synergy are workshops which students attend in person, classes up to 25 students and facilitated by 2 CTI faculty members. Meet the faculty trainers...
The CPCC programme is a 25 week training delivered virtually via the internet and telephone, in learning pods of 9 students, 1 pod leader and 3 supervisors.
Students completing the entire Co-Active® coaching pathway; the 5 workshop core curriculum plus the CPCC programme, achieve the following:
- 'Certified Professional Co-Active® Coach' (CPCC) credential
- 200 hours (total) of ICF-accredited training hours, comprised of 104 in classroom experiential training and 96 hours virtual-tele class hours, including learning lab discussions, 1-1 coaching and 1-1 supervision, review and assessment of your real coaching sessions
- Minimum of 100 logged client coaching hours from the start of the CPCC programme
- The highest standards of coaching development and personal attention