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  • Accreditation of Coaching in S.A.
  • Three types of accreditation • Personal accreditation: • A client-recommendaton • Professional accreditation: • Through a professional body, who represent a professional benchmark for standards and ethics. • Academic accreditation: Receiving the credits for the programme, which you successfully completed.
  • Difference between • Accreditation: Programmes not people • Certification: Upon graduating – provided by the relevant coach-shool • Credentialling: Provided by a body such as ICF and others • Hours of coaching plus • Accredited training hours (eg. ACC/PCC/MCC)
  • Institutions Offering Coach Training Programmes in South Africa (Count) 9 4 37 University Private HE&T/FET College Private Sector
  • 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 University Private HE&T/FET College Private Sector Total 8 6 17 31 6 2 8 10 10 18 18 Type of Training Institution by Type of Accreditation (Count) Unknown International National & International National
  • What is the NQF • The National Qualifications Framework is a comprehensive system, approved by the minister of Education for the classification, registration, publication and articulation of quality-assured National Qualifications – Sub Frameworks: (Each with a Council) • General and Further Education • Higher Education • Trades and Occupations
  • The role of SAQA in NQF • Advances the objectives of the NQF • Oversee further development and implementation of the NQF • Co-ordinate Sub-frameworks www.saqa.org.za/show.asp?id=909
  • Questions Regarding Accreditation Do I need to be certified to practice as a professional coach? So why get certified or even qualified? What is the difference between accreditation, certificati on and a credential? What are the different coach accreditations a coach can have? I don’t want to get certified or credentialed now, I just want to start coaching. Is that ok? I’m from a “random” country, do I need a different qualification? But what if my country asks for my country’s qualification? http://www.icoachacademy.com/about-coaching/coach-certification/
  • Quality Assurance Councils • Sector-based structure responsible for the development and quality-assurance of qualifications in the sub-frameworks of the NQF. • GENFETQA – for General and further edu & trg • CHE – for Higher Education • Council for Trades and Occupations
  • INTERNATIONAL COACHING BODIES  International Coach Federation (ICF)  International Coaching Council (ICC)  International Association of Coaching (IAC)  Federation of NLP Coaching Professionals (FNLPCP)  The International Society of Neuro-Semantics (ISNS)  European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC)  The Association for NLP - ANLP International CIC  American Board of NLP  The Graduate School Alliance for Executive Coaching (GSAEC)
  • Requirements for a programme to be accredited with ICF • A min of 125 hours of coach-specific training • Training on all ICF Core Competencies and the ICF Code of Ethics • A min of 6 observed-coaching sessions with an experienced coach • A comprehensive final exam that evaluates a student’s coaching competency
  • GSAEC-mission • To strengthen the discipline and practice of executive and organizational coaching by: • Building, sustaining, and supporting a collaborative community of educators, researchers, practitioners, and consumers • Establishing and fostering academic standards for graduate level courses and programs • Supporting academic institutions wishing to develop or re-design executive & organizational coaching programs • Compiling, organizing, sharing and sponsoring research that builds the executive and organizational coaching community and contributes to the body of knowledge.