Earn an ICF Credential
ICF Credential-holders are part of a self-regulating group of elite coaches who provide accountability to clients and the coaching profession as a whole. They pursue and complete rigorous education and practice requirements that provide unquestioned legitimacy to their commitment to excellence in coaching.
ICF offers three credentials, corresponding with the quantity of education and experience required to earn it. The credentials are:
Associate Certified Coach (ACC) – Completed 60 hours of coach specific education and 100 hours of client coaching experience
Professional Certified Coach (PCC) – Completed 125 hours of coach specific education and 500 hours of client coaching experience
Master Certified Coach (MCC) – Hold or have held a PCC Credential, completed 200 hours of coach specific education and 2,500 hours of client coaching experience
What Does it Take to Earn a Credential?
Earning an ICF Credential is a rigorous process that provides legitimacy and credibility to Credential-holders.
For more information please visit the ICF Global by clicking here.