Ready to Start? Choose your option!
Earn credit toward your first ICF Coaching Credential!
Or credit to renew your current credential.
Training or CCE Hours.
44 hours of coach specific training (plus 20 for Launch).
Receive an ACSTH Certificate.
With or Without Group Mentor Coaching.
Complete a full Essential ACC Pathway with Mentor Coaching.
Change your life.
The skills equip you to develop the people around you AND set you up to make all or part of your income from coaching. Now earn the credential that gives you professional credibility and helps you stand out.Convert and Complete Your Training!
Great Training for Great Coaches.
You started. Now it's time to finish, and get your credential!
You're partly done with the training process. The Convertible ACC Pathway helps you develop the skills that will get you to an International Coach Federation credential.
Simple, Easy Conversion Process.
Upload your writing and feedback, then you're done!
Start the Next Phase with 200 Lab
Coach and be coached with feedback.
Complete the ACC Pathway!
Focus on the fundamentals, and develop your skills!
Upload your Writing Assignments and Triad Feedback
The CoachNet Team evaluates your work and processes the conversion.
You'll receive 20 hours of coach specific training for your work!
FAQ (Because you've got questions!)
Some key questions (and answers) about Integrated Coach Training from CoachNet!
Will this training count toward an International Coach Federation credential? Yes. Integrated Coach Training is an Accredited Coach Training Program (ACTP) and can be used to earn or renew an ICF credential.
Who will teach this course? CoachNet's Training Team carry International Coach Federation credentials and work as professional coaches. These skilled practitioners masterfully present core content and support it from their experience. The team engages in continued development under the direction of Jonathan Reitz, CoachNet's Director of Training. You can Meet the Team here.
Where is the training? Integrated Coach Training is available online, so there are no travel or accommodation expenses. You can develop your coaching skills anywhere you want to work! We use a tool called Zoom Meeting for our training which works in your browser. You have the option of downloading a Zoom app to your computer, tablet or smartphone, but you make that choice.
What happens during online training? Some courses have pre-work. The live sessions are interactive, so you'll want to make sure you can use your device's microphone and camera. (We only use cameras occasionally.) You can expect to engage in dialogue, learn the competencies of a qualified coach, and interact in small groups of three (triads) to practice coaching.
How long will each online session be? Integrated Coach Training courses are either one hour or two hours per session, depending on which course you're taking. We recommend that you don't commit to more than two courses at a time.
My calendar is a problem. Do I have to come to all eight sessions?
You are responsible for attending the entire event, but you can miss 25% of the live sessions for each class (either one or two, depending on the class) as long as you watch the recording before the next session.
Do I have to read Jonathan Reitz's book, Coaching Hacks?
We suggest it. But if you want to be an outstanding coach, you will! :) Find it on Amazon here: amzn.to/2f1b9P6
Who will be my mentor coach?
If you choose a training block that includes mentor coaching, you'll join a group mentor relationship conducted by one of the CoachNet Training Team. All CoachNet mentor coaches carry at least the Professional Certified Coach credential from the ICF.
Are there payment plans available?
Yes. In the checkout process, you can select a three-payment option. Contact CoachNet (email@example.com) for more details.
What if I hate it?
No worries. CoachNet offers a money back guarantee for untaken training if you opt out for any reason.
Does this mean I'm a certified coach?
That's a loaded question. "Certified coach" is a loaded term, for a lot of reasons. CoachNet prefers the term "trained coach" or "credentialed coach" if you earn an ICF designation.