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Top 5 Frequently Asked Questions:-
To acquire the first level of ICF ACC credential, participants would need to do the following:-
- Complete a minimum of 60 hours of coach-specific training (could be through ACSTH or CCE portfolio path)
- Complete 10 hours of mentor coaching
- Clocked 100 coaching hours (75 hours must be paid-coaching, 25 hours can be pro-bono coaching) – no time limit
- Performance evaluation (one audio recording and written transcript of a coaching session to be uploaded with your application)
- Apply to ICF Global upon meeting the above requirements
- Complete an online Coach Knowledge Assessment, administered by ICF Global
- Receive ICF ACC credential upon successful completion
More details are found at ICF website on Credentialing. Please refer to the ACC ACSTH or Portfolio path.
Consultants are professionals that provide expert advice in their field of expertise. They provide solutions to address the clients problem.
Coaches on the other hand do not provide any solution or advice to their clients. A coach believes that the client is creative and resourceful, and are in the best position to derive the solution for themselves. Through a process of listening and questioning, the coach helps to create self-awareness and discovery, and empowers the client to achieve his goals.
To learn the difference between coaching, training, mentoring and counselling, please visit our coaching site.
There are many professionals out there who call themselves Coaches. Do I need any qualification to be a Coach?
In recent years, the “Coach” title have increasingly been used as a marketing buzzword. This has created a lot of confusion in the industry as to what a “Coach” role should be. More organisations are becoming aware about this issue, and they are now hiring coaches that have the necessary qualifications and credentials. As such, it will become important in the coming years to have the appropriate qualifications as a coach.
Our training are face-to-face interactive learning environment. While we do understand the benefits of online learning, we believe that coaching skills are best learnt through experiential learning, not just with the facilitators but also through the interaction with your peer learners. Our minds are conditioned by our past experiences, values and beliefs, which shapes our perception and interpretation of situations and knowledge that we acquire. It’s only through the face-to-face interaction with the facilitators and peer learners that we realise there are many views behind what we thought it might be.
We understand how adult learn. We have designed and refined our program over the years with the right level of activities, games, facilitated learning, group discussion, coaching practicum that will bring the best learning value to our participants.
Moreover, our facilitators have over twenty five years of leadership experience, holding senior regional management positions in large MNCs and organisations. Having led and coached regional teams, the facilitators are able to understand participants challenges and share their experience. See what some of our past graduates have to say.
To maintain the professional standard of a certified coach, ICF recommend all potential coaches to attend a coach-specific training that are approved by ICF. Upon completion of a minimum of 60 hours of coach-specific training, potential coaches will need to clock in additional coaching hours, prior to taking an online assessment administered by ICF Global. ICF has different levels of credential qualifications (see What are the different levels of ICF credentialing? below).
The Singapore Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ) is a national credential system that trains, develops, assesses and certifies skills and competencies for the workforce. The WSQ funded programmes are funded and quality-assured by SkillsFuture Singapore, which awards the WSQ certifications.
Currently, the courses that are WSQ funded includes:
- Coaching for Performance and Capability Development (WSQ)
- Emotional Intelligence (EQ) for Transformational Leadership (WSQ)
More courses are coming along the way. Stay tune…
Yes. Self-sponsored participants can use their SkillsFuture Credit to pay for the net amount after the training subsidy. The SkillsFuture Credit can only be used for WSQ funded courses at this time.
Employer-sponsored participants are not allowed to use the SkillsFuture Credit.
Instructions on how to make payment using the SkillsFuture Credit will be provided in the invoice.
Yes. All participants must meet the following requirements to be eligible for the training grant.
- Participant must be Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident aged 21 years and above
- Participant must attain minimum 75% attendance for both classroom and eLearning module
- Participant must be assessed to be “Competent” in all assessments.
The assessments may be in the form of written assignment and role play.
As this is a WSQ approved training, all participants who are assessed competent for the training will receive a Statement of Attainment (SOA) e-Certificate from SkillsFuture Singapore.
The e-Certs will be available for download in the MySkillsFuture.sg account of the participants within two weeks of course completion.
If the course is an approved ICF Continuing Coach Education (CCE) program, participants will also receive an e-Cert from the training provider.
The Enhanced Training Support (ETS) provides enhanced funding to enable SMEs to send their local employees (Singapore Citizen or Permanent Resident) for training. SkillsFuture Singapore (SSG) works with industry associations to identify courses which are suitable for employees of SME companies. Certifiable courses which are the Workforce Skills Qualification (WSQ) type of program are highly subsidized.
The definition of SME as defined by Enterprise Singapore (ESG) are:
- registered or incorporated in Singapore with at least 30% local shareholding AND
- must not hire more than 200 employees (at group level) OR
post an annual sales turnover (at group level) of not more than S$100 million
The ETS program also supports absentee payroll funding when employees are away from their work attending training on top of the training grant. The goal is to encourage employers to invest in employee development.
More details are available at our WSQ Training Grant for SME website.
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