SASKATOON: Certified Coach Training (ICF Fast-Track) - Edwards School of Business

Edwards School of Business - K W Nasser Centre (256 - 3rd Avenue South)

SASKATOON: Certified Coach Training (ICF Fast-Track) - Edwards School of Business

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Date:  April 27 to May 1st, 2019 (5-days)

Time:  8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Location:  SASKATOON, SK

Address:  256 - 3rd Avenue South

K W Nasser Centre

Cost:  $4,695.00 (plus GST)

Apply for Funding: Canada-Sask Job Grant


The Certified Coach Training Program is offered by the Edwards School of Business in partnership with Destination Leadership.



The Certified Coach Training Program: ICF Fast-Track is approved by the International Coach Federation (ICF) and provides participants with 65-hours of Approved Coach Specific Training Hours (ACSTH). Graduates receive a Certified Leadership Coach (CLC) credential, and the program satisfies the coach-training requirement towards the ICF's Associate Certified Coach (ACC).


Expedition Certified Coach Training Overview:

  • Become an ICF Certified Coach (Workplace, Leadership, Executive or Life)
  • Develop and enhance your coaching and communication skills
  • Adopt a coach-approach in client and staff interactions
  • Establish trust and enhance relationships
  • Support people through change and transition
  • Complete the coach-training requirements towards the Associate Certified Coach (ACC) credential
  • Receive 55 Continuing Professional Development Hours towards maintaining the CPHR Designation in Saskatchewan 


What's Involved?

  • Five (5) days of Classroom Training on the ICF Core Competencies & Code of Ethics
  • Five (5) Follow-up Webinar Modules featuring guest speakers and coaching experts on key coaching-related topics
  • 10+ Hours Group Mentor Coaching
  • Coach Starter Kit: Includes models, tools, templates, assessments, client exercises, books, and resources)
  • Access to eCoach Training Portal
  • Lifetime EXPEDITION Coaching Membership


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