The International Coaching Federation (ICF) is the most globally-recognized independent credentialing program for coach practitioners. It also accredits programs that deliver coach-specific training.
The Wayfinder Master Coach Training is a 168-hour ICF Level 2 accredited coach training program.
What does this mean for you? You will be taking part in a world-class training, and this program’s Level 2 accreditation will give you the ability to pursue the ICF credential with more ease if you wish.
Anyone who successfully completes our 168-hour training will have the coach training, mentoring hours, and evaluation that they need to apply for credentialing by the ICF at the Associate Certified Coach (ACC) or Professional Certified Coach (PCC) level.
Professionals with coaching skills are increasingly sought after in the business and non-profit sectors. Becoming an ICF credentialed coach can open up opportunities in areas like leadership development, executive coaching, professional development, and team-building. In some sectors, your ICF credential can be a requirement for hiring, similar to how a CPA (certified public accountant) is treated in an accounting firm.
To learn more about the ICF, visit their website.