Coacharya’s is an ICF-Accredited Coach Training Program (ACTP) provider. This page is an introduction to ACTP. Please head over to our coach training section to learn about our coach training programs.
What is ACTP?
ICF Accredited Coach Training Program (ACTP) is an all-inclusive coach training program, the completion of which allows the learner to apply for their coaching accreditation with the International Coach Federation (ICF).
An ACTP includes a minimum of 125 hours of coach-specific training, including comprehensive instruction around the ICF Core Competencies, Code of Ethics and the ICF definition of coaching. This type of program also includes Mentor Coaching, observed coaching sessions and a comprehensive final exam that evaluates a student’s coaching competency.
ICF provides several coaching certification levels, via multiple routes (see details here). Since Coacharya’s programs include mentored evaluation, learners may apply for their Associate Coach Certification (ACC) through the Portfolio route after completing Coacharya’s Basic program, which includes 60 hours of training.
Most learners choose to complete the Basic and Advanced programs together, as the full 125 hours allows them to qualify for Professional Coach Certification (PCC).
You can see all the modules covered in our ICF Accredited ACTP program here. You can learn about the various levels of coach training by selecting a program below.
ACTP Coach Training Program Vision and Goals
- Transition from informal mentoring and counselling to structured coaching
- Emotional intelligence through self -and- social awareness
- Enhanced communication and relational competencies
- Leadership development
- Mastery in coaching competencies
- Application of coaching in business and life
- Work-life integration at a personal and transformative level