The Path to Masterful Coaching · Level Three, ICF Accredited Education
The program lasts 4 months, includes 70 hours of virtual training, and will take place on Wednesdays at 8.00 AM PST starting on September 6, 2023, for sixteen weeks, ending December 20, 2023. Every week there will be a different activity: webinar, group mentor coaching, or triad practice. The program received accreditation for Level 3 Coaching Training by the International Coaching Federation.
The program consists of 5 components:
Eight webinars, 2.5 each every other week on coaching competencies focusing on the ICF model (20 hours). Each webinar focused on one ICF Core Competency. You can miss up to two sessions and will need to watch the session and prepare a brief report.
Read sections of two books on Coaching Skills (12 hours of self-study).
Goldvarg, Matthews, and Perel (2018) Professional Coaching Competencies
Hawkins, Turner (2020) Systemic Coaching.
Four practices in triads, 2. 5 hrs. each (10 hours).
Four group mentor coaching sessions 2.5 hours each every other week (10 hours). In these sessions, there is a rotation of roles, one of the participants coaches, one receives coaching, and the rest will be observers and provide feedback. You can miss only one session.
Three individual mentor coaching sessions (3 hours) Participants need to send a recording of a coaching session, transcript, and self-evaluation to the individual mentor coach assigned.
Coach at least 3 clients, five hours each, or more clients to add 15 hours in four months. (15 hours).
The objective of the program is to support experienced coaches (at least PCC level) to enhance their practices and obtain their MCC accreditation. By the end of the program, participants will be familiar with ICF Core competencies framework at MCC level and receive feedback and support to be able to apply for an MCC credential.
Dr. Damian Goldvarg
Dr. Damian Goldvarg is a Master Certified Coach (MCC), a Certified Speaker Professional (CSP), an Accredited Coach Supervisor (ESIA), and the Past Global President of the International Coach Federation (2013-2014). He has twenty years of experience in leadership development training, executive assessment and coaching, talent management, facilitation, strategic planning, and team building services. Originally from Argentina, he has worked with individuals and organizations in over fifty countries.
Dr. Goldvarg trains executive coaches, mentor coaches and coach supervisors worldwide. He has presented his work at national and international conferences and published five books on personal development and coaching competencies. He received the Circle of Distintion Award from the ICF, in 2018, for his contribution to the Coaching Profession.
Goldvarg, Matthews, and Perel (2018) Professional Coaching Competencies • Hawkins, Turner (2020) Systemic Coaching.
ICF Code of Ethics
ICF MCC Minimum Skills Requirement
ICF document with ACC, PCC and MCC comparison
Cost of the program $3,000 per person plus $900 for 6 invididual mentor coaching sessions ($150 each session) to be paid directly to the mentor coach.