(5 ICF training hours)
The final course in the Level 2 Professional Coach Certificate Program is preparation, submission, and review of a recording and transcript of a coaching session.
To receive a Level 2 Certificate, your client coaching session must demonstrate the ICF Core Competencies at an ICF Professional Credentialed Coach (PCC) level. The four Advance courses prepared you to coach at this level, and so will this course.
More than just a performance evaluation, this course prepares you with all the information you need to create a client coaching recording that reflects your true coaching abilities. We'll show you how to make a recording that meets the technical requirements.
The course uses our online self-study platform, rather than live scheduled classes. This gives you the flexibility you need to work through the information at your own pace.
While we expect that you will successfully achieve a passing score the first time, there's a retake process to submit another recording should you need to.
After passing the assessment and meeting the other Level 2 requirements, which are completing the four Advance course in additional to your Level 2 Prerequisite courses, you will receive an ICF Level 2 Certificate.
Once you have 500 client coaching hours, you may go on to apply with the ICF for an PCC using the faster, easier, and less expensive PCC Level 2 application. Our process is easier than applying for a PCC through other application types because we require only one recording, whereas the ICF requires two recordings and transcripts.
Course Outline & Objectives
Module 1: How to Prepare for the Assessment
Module 2: Details for the Assessment Recording
Module 3: Reviewing the Results of Your Assessment
About this Course
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"The Advance Level 2 Performance Evaluation wasn't half as scary as I thought it would be. The self-study part of the course prepared me to confidently coach on the recording." —Future Participant
"Submitting the recording was easy. The system generated a transcript that needed just a bit of corrections. And I passed!" —Future Participant