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jworlledge

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Hi everyone!

I have enjoyed reading through the forums recently and decided to throw my own question into the mix. I have been looking and considering obtaining coaching certifications to add something to my career. I do informal coaching with in my work and have positive feedback from it. I have also has some training during my MBA program and also received positive feedback. Based on my success and interest, I would like to professionalize and begin coaching more.

I signed up for a program with CoachU a while ago and pulled out because I doubted them. To make things worse, I can rarely find anything negative to be said about any of the courses, not can I find something that explains the difference between the ICF and IIC, as these seem to be the most widely recognized organizations giving accreditation. 

Any help in choosing a course would be greatly appreciated!

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Hi Jason,

Super to hear from you!

I give an introduction to the history/differences in ICF and IAC in my free Becoming a Coach mini eCourse, you can sign-up here:

http://www.mylifecoach.com/how_to_become_a_coach.htm

Given your background, there is a new Business Coaching course/accreditation available for those with at least 4 years of business experience that you might be interested in.  It could be perfect for you, as it gets right to core coaching skills...I'm not sure you'd need a lot of the "extra" material that tends to come in a long broad course such as at CoachU.

I'd be happy to discuss it with you (or anyone else with business experience that wants business coaching skills), just send me an email at michele @ mylifecoach.com and put Business Coaching Course in the subject.


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jeffreymarvin

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One best way to comply with the educational requirements is by enrolling in an online PMP certifications training. This is an option that has been growing in popularity among people aspiring to become a project management professional. What is online PMP certification training? As the term suggests, this is a type of training that delivers the coursework in an electronic format. It is also known by many as pmp certification training.

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