Obtaining ICF accreditation

Erickson’s Recommended Path to ICF Certification

Since obtaining ICF accreditation is integral to your coaching career, we have made the process as simple as possible. Upon successful completion of The Art & Science of Coaching Modules I through V, and once you have accumulated the required amount of logged Coach Client Hours, you are then ready to apply for your ICF Credentials! The diagram below shows Erickson’s recommended path towards ICF accreditation.

Erickson Certified Professional Coach

ECPC
Erickson Certified Professional Coach
Certificate: Modules I to V

The Erickson Certified Professional Coach path is designed to prepare you to successfully apply for an ICF designation (ACC, PCC)

 

  • Modules I-V training includes 156 Accredited Coach Training Hours
  • Module V provides additional ICF Core Competencies instruction.

In addition to the training hours listed above, MOD V also includes:

  • 10 total hours of ICF required Mentor Coaching (6 one-on-one Mentor Coaching sessions and 4 hours of group mentoring).
  • Oral assessment with a PCC or MCC level coach

 

ICF ACC or PCC

ICF ACC & PCC
International Coach Federation
Associate Certified Coach

Upon successfully becoming an Erickson Certified Professional Coach you will be eligible to apply for either the ACC or PCC designation once you have fulfilled the following:

 

  • ACC Requirements
    60 Accredited Coach Training Hours (Erickson’s ECPC Certificate provides 156 Coach Training Hours)
    Minimum Documented Coach Client Hours: 100 hours (75 paid hours with 8 unique clients)
  • PCC Requirements
    125 Accredited Coach Training Hours (Erickson’s ECPC Certificate provides 156 Coach Training Hours)
    Minimum Documented Coach Client Hours: 500 hours (450 paid hours with 25 unique clients)