International Coach Federation Accreditation
Find the “loving kick” to accrue your Mentor Coaching hours and complete your paperwork
You’ve decided to externally validate your coaching with the International Coach Federation (ICF), but finding the time – and the motivation – has been tough, given your workload. You are ready to spend some good quality time on it, and you know you’d be inspired by working with others.
New Forest ICF ‘Lock-in’
This “lock-in” will be spacious yet intensive, to enable you to make exponential headway. Join a group of up to 6 coaches to:
*Go deeper during 1 hour of 1-1 mentor coaching*, reflecting together on a recording of your coaching that you bring with you
*Clarify the expectations of the ICF and record your coaching and CPD hours
*…and/or achieve something of your own choosing related to your coaching
and/or achieve something of your own choosing related to your coaching…
Our next ICF ‘Lock In’ will take place on 13th to 15th October 2017.
For future dates and to book; or to ask questions, contact Clare at email@example.com or call her on 07775817344
|Friday evening: Check in at your accommodation, ready to start on Saturday morning.
(Highly recommended, at extra cost) Dinner at the Montagu Arms in Beaulieu at 7.30pm to meet your “loving kickers**”
|8.30-9.30:||Contracting outdoors (weather permitting!)|
|9.30-12.30:||Group mentor coaching: 3 coaching practice sessions with feedback against the ICF competencies|
|1.30-6.30:||You choose: Walking peer coaching, reflective writing, 1-1 mentor coaching with Clare, recording your coaching and CPD hours, vision boarding, discussing ethical issues and/or the credentialing coach knowledge assessment, free time|
|7.30:||Dinner (optional extra) at a local pub at 7.30pm|
|9.00-12.00:||Group mentor coaching: 3 coaching practice sessions with feedback against the ICF competencies|
|12.00-1.00:||A reflective walk along the Beaulieu RiverLight lunch|
|2.00-4.30:||You choose: Walking peer coaching, reflective writing, 1-1 mentor coaching with Clare, recording your coaching and CPD hours, vision boarding, discussing ethical issues and/or the credentialing coach knowledge assessment, free time
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Contact Clare for future dates and to ask questions at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her on 07775817344
“Clare made a great difference to my personal development. She actively listened, championed, encouraged, challenged, questioned, celebrated me along my path to becoming a PCC coach. I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Clare to you. You will not regret working with Clare.” Diana Barea, Managing Director, Accenture.
The process as a whole:
Location: The coaching lock-in takes place in my home in Beaulieu in the heart of the New Forest in Hampshire. Bright and airy, backing onto fields, and within walking distance of the Beaulieu river for reflective contemplation.
Dates: 13th to 15th October 2017.
Accommodation to be booked and paid for separately, directly with the establishment of your choice. There are plenty of choices in the village and surrounding area. See TripAdvisor for options.
Closest train station is Brockenhurst, 5 miles away. Taxis available from the station for around £20. For those coming without a car, I suggest you stay in Beaulieu or East Boldre, or book taxis in advance.
6 places available, for ACC and PCC applicants.
Lock-in programme, including 6 hours of group mentor coaching and 1 hour of 1-1 mentor coaching, plus 2 light lunches: £450 + VAT per person (£400 + VAT for early bird bookings by 18th August).
Refer-a-Friend: earn a £50 discount for referring a friend, who books and pays in full.
*For ICF accreditation, you need 10 hours of mentor coaching in total, up to 7 of which can be group mentor coaching. This must be over a period of 3 months, so you may choose to complete your 10 hours with 3 more 1-1 mentor coaching sessions after the retreat, at a cost of £150 per hour.
** The loving boot comes from the work by Laurent Daloz, from his 1986 book Effective Teaching and Mentoring, quoted in Blakey, J and Day, I. (2012). Challenging Coaching. London: Nicholas Brealey Publishing p19. It implies that the person is providing high support and high challenge.