Chicago University of Hypnosis and Psychology 

“INTERNATIONAL-LEVEL PROFESSIONAL COACH”

ONLINE

Course: INTERNATIONAL-LEVEL PROFESSIONAL COACH

Do you feel like you’re standing still?
Would you like to increase your income and keep up with the times?
Dream of changing your job but don’t know where to start?

Become a coach – uncover the personality within you that can achieve goals and help others do the same.

For whom is the online course designed for:

For psychologists, educators, trainers, and other professionals who want to expand their toolkit and take their careers to the next level.

For managers, team leaders, and department heads who are aiming for career and financial growth, as well as personal transformation, as well as for HR specialists.

For experts in various fields, real estate agents, fitness trainers, bloggers, and anyone who values setting themselves apart from competitors and increasing personal and team effectiveness.

A new profession for those who have the opportunity, talent, and inner desire to help other people. Coaching skills will undoubtedly be valuable in providing harmonious assistance in helping others see the world differently.

You want to discover truly effective ways of helping people, significantly expanding the horizons of helping professions.

For everyone who wants to keep up with the times and have a sought-after profession, as well as those striving to increase personal effectiveness.

For company directors, department heads, and entrepreneurs. For those who wish to efficiently utilize their workforce and have the ability to quickly address emerging problems.

For individuals seeking personal growth and development. To master the practice of viewing goals in work, relationships, and life tasks from a higher, deeper, and more unconventional perspective.

What will be covered in the course?

The course will include 10 months of theory and practice.
77 workshops, each consisting of:
A new and in-demand profession.
A new level of personal effectiveness.

The number of spots is limited! Register for the course now!

Learn from the best!
Among our instructors:
2 Master Certified Coaches (MCC)

3 Professional Certified Coaches (PCC)  from 5 countries in English & Russian.

In addition, the team includes 3 mentors and 4 supervisors (coaches at the ACC level) and 8 observers (coaches at the ACC and PCC levels).

Control the quality! An ICF accredited ACTP [LEVEL 2] course must meet these requirements

Not all programs teach students to the version that has actually passed the accreditation for the ACTP [LEVEL 2] and meets the ICF requirements. The original requirements are given here https://coachingfederation.org/coach-training/actp-accreditation

The course should be placed in the catalog of ICF accredited programs with an indication of the ACTP [LEVEL 2] accreditation 

here

Training schedule

ONLINE TRAINING

A minimum of 62 hours of real-world practice out of 165 hours of live online training.

Training start schedule:

– January 15, 2024 (Mon and Wen from 9:00-10:00 am Central Time) – Russian-speaking group

– February 20, 2024 (Tue, Thu and Fr from 10:30-12:30 am Central Time) – Russian-speaking group

– March 25, 2024 (Tue and Thu from 2:00-4:00 pm Central Time) – English-speaking group

All training is conducted in real-time online mode in ZOOM, in either English or Russian languages.

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Bonuses

First 5 registered students receive a 15% DISCOUNT on the ‘2 level Professional’ course purchase

When purchasing the Professional level or Maximum level course

Professional Coach Certificate
Methodical materials for each module
Membership in CUH&P is free
Supervision is included in the course fee
Free access to all literature on our website

The course program

Module 1: Coaching Mindset and Working with Client Requests

– 8 hours of practice out of 20.5 hours of training
– 17 hours on ICF competencies

Workshop / 2 hours: Introduction to the training course. Basics of coaching.
Workshop / 2 hours: Competency #1: Operates within the ICF Ethical Guidelines. Case analysis for demonstrating competency #1.
Demo Session / 2 hours: Instructor conducts a coaching session with one of the students and analyzes it.
Workshop / 2 hours: Competency #3: Coach establishes and maintains agreements.
Demo Session / 2 hours: Instructor conducts a coaching session with one of the students and analyzes it. Focus on contract establishment.
Workshop / 2 hours: Competency #3: Specifics of the introductory session with the client.
Demo Introductory Conversation / 2 hours: Instructor conducts an introductory coaching session with one of the students and analyzes it.
Workshop / 2 hours: Competency #3: Session contract.
Demo Session / 2 hours: Instructor conducts a coaching session with one of the students and analyzes it. Focus on session contracts.
Q&A / 1.5 hours: A Professional Certified Coach (PCC) answers students’ questions on the material covered, practice, client cases, and other topics of interest.
Online Test / 1 hour: Knowledge assessment covering the entire module and competencies #1, #2, and #3. Taking the test helps structure acquired knowledge more effectively when solving test cases and formulating answers to questions.

Results after Module 1:

– Gain an understanding of international coaching.
– Learn the basics of ethics in coaching according to international standards.
– Master competencies #1, #2, and #3, solidifying knowledge through the test.

Module 2: Trust, Presence, and Mindfulness Awakening

– 12 hours of practice out of 22.5 hours of training
– 21 hours on ICF competencies

Workshop / 2 hours: Competency #3: Contract session with the client.
Demo Session / 2 hours: Instructor conducts a coaching session with one of the students and analyzes it. Focus on contract session with the client.
Workshop / 2 hours: Speed dating on Competency #3. A unique practical activity where students work in pairs, changing partners under the trainer’s supervision to practice the skill of defining the goal/contract for a coaching session.
Workshop / 2 hours: Competency #4: Establishes and maintains trust and safety. Case analysis for demonstrating competency #4.
Workshop / 2 hours: Competency #5: Maintains presence. Case analysis for demonstrating competency #5.
Workshop / 2 hours: Competency #6: Listens actively. Case analysis for demonstrating competency #6.
Demo Session / 2 hours: Instructor conducts a coaching session with one of the students and analyzes it.
Observed coaching sessions in a group / 2 hours: One of the students plays the role of the coach, and the other plays the role of the client. The session is then analyzed by a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) coach according to ICF standards.
Practice with an observer coach (PCC/ACC) / 2 hours: Each student acts as a coach and receives developmental feedback in real-time via Zoom from an observer coach who holds a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) or Associate Certified Coach (ACC) accreditation according to ICF standards.
Triad for written feedback / 2 hours: Each student acts as a coach and receives written feedback from an observer coach who holds a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) or Associate Certified Coach (ACC) accreditation according to ICF standards.
Q&A / 1.5 hours: A Professional Certified Coach (PCC) answers students’ questions on the material covered, practice, client cases, and other topics of interest.
Online Test / 1 hour: Knowledge assessment covering the entire module and competencies #4, #5, #6, and #7. Taking the test helps structure acquired knowledge more effectively when solving test cases and formulating answers to questions.

Module 3: Developing Awareness, Responsibility, and Transition to Action

– 12 hours of practice out of 24.5 hours of training
– 23 hours on ICF’s 8 competencies

Workshop / 2 hours: Competency #7: Awakens awareness. Focus on powerful questioning. Case analysis for demonstrating competency #7.
Observed coaching sessions in a group / 2 hours: One of the students acts as the coach, and the other as the client. The session is then analyzed by a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) coach according to ICF standards.
Workshop / 2 hours: Competency #7: Awakens awareness. Focus on direct communication in the session.
Demo Session / 2 hours: Instructor conducts a coaching session with one of the students and analyzes it. Focus on competency #7 and direct communication.
Triad for written feedback / 2 hours: Each student acts as a coach and receives written feedback from an observer coach who holds a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) or Associate Certified Coach (ACC) accreditation according to ICF standards.
Workshop / 2 hours: Competency #8: Facilitates client growth. Focus on developing client awareness.
Practice with an observer coach (PCC/ACC) / 2 hours: Each student acts as a coach and receives developmental feedback in real-time via Zoom from an observer coach who holds a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) or Associate Certified Coach (ACC) accreditation according to ICF standards.
Workshop / 2 hours: Competency #8: Facilitates client growth. Focus on client taking action beyond the coaching session.
Observed coaching sessions in a group / 2 hours: One of the students acts as the coach, and the other as the client. The session is then analyzed by a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) coach according to ICF standards.
Workshop / 2 hours: Competency #8: Facilitates client growth. Focus on client development and taking responsibility for implementation.
Triad for written feedback / 2 hours: Each student acts as a coach and receives written feedback from an observer coach who holds a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) or Associate Certified Coach (ACC) accreditation according to ICF standards.
Q&A / 1.5 hours: A Professional Certified Coach (PCC) answers students’ questions on the material covered, practice, client cases, and other topics of interest.
Online Test / 1 hour: Knowledge assessment covering the entire module and the 8 ICF competencies. Taking the test helps structure acquired knowledge more effectively when solving test cases and formulating answers to questions.

Results after Module 3:

– Learn to develop client awareness.
– Discover how to facilitate client action and responsibility.
– Reinforce your knowledge through 5 of your coaching sessions and receive developmental feedback from an ACC-level observer coach for each session.

Module 4: The First Step in Coach Professionalism Development

Students can attend live lectures on Zoom with translation into Russian from international coaches of the highest level of accreditation – Master Certified Coach ICF. All lectures are recorded and uploaded to the personal account. They can be reviewed at any time if you are unable to attend in person.

– Workshop / 2 hours: Enhancing proficiency in Competency #3: Creates and maintains agreements. In-depth study of contracting in a coaching session.
– Speed dating / 2 hours: A unique practical activity where students work in pairs with partner rotation under the guidance of a trainer to practice the skill of defining goals/contracts for coaching sessions.
– Workshop / 2 hours: Enhancing proficiency in Competency #4: Establishes and maintains trust and safety. Case analysis to demonstrate Competency #4.
– Group mentoring / 2 hours: Conducted in groups of no more than 10 people with mentors who are Professional Certified Coach (PCC) level coaches. During mentoring, a coaching session is analyzed involving all group participants.
– Workshop / 2 hours: Enhancing proficiency in Competency #5: Maintains presence.
– Observed coaching sessions in the general group / 2 hours: One student plays the role of the coach, and the other plays the role of the client. Afterward, the session is analyzed by a trainer – a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) according to ICF standards.
– Workshop / 2 hours: Fundamentals of working in long-term contracts. Focus on working with clients in contracts lasting 3 months or longer.
– Triad for written feedback / 2 hours: Each student takes on the role of the coach and receives written feedback from an observer-coach who holds Professional Certified Coach (PCC) or Associate Certified Coach (ACC) accreditation according to ICF standards.
– Observed coaching sessions in the general group / 2 hours: One student plays the role of the coach, and the other plays the role of the client. Afterward, the session is analyzed by a trainer – a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) according to ICF standards.
– Triad sessions / 2 hours: Students take turns in the roles of coach, client, and observer, with the observer helping the student acting as the coach to identify already manifested markers and areas needing attention. The observer-coach also benefits from this practice, assisting others, while the client works towards their personal goals.
– Q&A session / 1.5 hours: A coach with the Professional Certified Coach (PCC) level answers students’ questions on the material covered, practice, client cases, and other topics of interest.
– Individual mentoring / 1 hour: The most advanced event in the learning process, as a mentor (PCC ICF coach) dedicates a full hour to help the student see what is already working in the manifestation of the 37 markers and what can be further strengthened in their own practice.
– MCC Lecture / 2 hours: The first of three mandatory live lectures by a Master Certified Coach (MCC) – the highest level of international coaching accreditation, in addition to 17 additional lectures with free attendance. Translation into Russian is provided.

Results after Module 4:

– You will hear the voices of international coaching masters at the Master Certified Coach ICF level (only 1200 people worldwide), which will inspire and develop your personality.
– Deepen your professionalism in Competencies #3, #4, #5.
– Significantly expand your perception and enhance the effectiveness of your coaching sessions through participation in individual and group mentoring.

Here is the translation of the information you provided into English:

– 10 hours of practice out of 24.5 hours of training.
– 17 hours on the 8 ICF competencies.

Students can attend live lectures on Zoom with translation into Russian by internationally accredited coaches at the Master Certified Coach level (ICF). All lectures are recorded and uploaded to the personal account, allowing students to review them at any time if they are unable to attend in person.

– Individual mentoring / 1 hour. The most advancing event in the learning process, as a mentor (PCC ICF level coach) spends a full hour in an individual meeting helping the student see what is already evident in the manifestation of 37 markers and what else can be enhanced in their own practice.
– Workshop / 2 hours. Enhancing competence #6: Actively Listens.
– Group mentoring / 2 hours. Conducted in groups of no more than 10 people by mentors (Professional Certified Coach (PCC) level coaches). During mentoring, sessions are dissected with the involvement of all group participants.
– Workshop / 2 hours. Enhancing competence #7: Awakening Awareness.
– Group supervision / 2 hours. In groups of up to 10 people, a professional supervisor helps dissect situations encountered by students during their practice where the coach’s personality interfered with the session. A broader perspective leads to the transformation of both the coach and group participants.
– Workshop / 2 hours. Change management. This session is dedicated to delving into the process of transformations that clients undergo in coaching interactions and how to manage them.
– Observed coaching sessions in the general group / 2 hours. One student plays the role of the coach, while the other plays the role of the client. Subsequently, a coach at the Professional Certified Coach (PCC) level according to ICF standards analyzes the session.
– Workshop / 2 hours. Coach development. An extended look at the paths and methods of developing coaching professionalism.
– Demo session / 2 hours. Conducting a coaching session by a trainer with one of the students and its subsequent analysis.
– Group mentoring / 2 hours. Conducted in groups of no more than 10 people (PCC ICF level coaches). During mentoring, sessions are dissected with the involvement of all group participants.
– Trio sessions / 2 hours. Students take turns playing the role of coach, client, and observer, with the observer helping the student in the coach role see already manifested markers and moments requiring attention. The observer also learns while helping others, and the client works on progressing towards their personal goals.
– Q&A session / 1.5 hours. A Professional Certified Coach (PCC) level coach answers students’ questions about the material covered, practice, client cases, and other topics of interest.
– MCC Lecture / 2 hours. The second of three mandatory live lectures by a Master Certified Coach (MCC), the highest international coaching accreditation, in addition to 17 additional optional lectures. Translation into Russian is provided.

Results after Module 5:

– You will continue to hear from international coaching masters at the Master Certified Coach (ICF) level (only 1200 worldwide) and further immerse yourself in personal development.
– Deepen professionalism in competencies #6 and #7, as well as knowledge of the transformation process that clients undergo in coaching interactions, and learn about ways to further develop coaching professionalism.
– You will undergo individual mentoring with a professional mentor at the PCC level and participate in group mentoring and supervision, which are the most advanced events in becoming a professional in coaching.

Module 6. Advancing to the Professional Certified Coach (PCC) Level According to ICF Standards.

8 hours of practice out of 27.5 hours of training

21 hours on the 8 ICF competencies

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Students can attend live Zoom lectures with translation into Russian by internationally accredited top-level coaches – Master Certified Coach ICF. All lectures are recorded and uploaded to the personal account. They can be reviewed at any time if you are unable to attend in person.

Workshop / 2 hours. Enhancing expertise in Competency #8: Facilitates client growth.
Group mentoring / 2 hours. Conducted in groups of no more than 10 people by mentors (PCC ICF level coaches). During mentoring, sessions are analyzed with the participation of all group members.
Workshop / 2 hours. Enhancing expertise in Competency #2: Embodies a coaching mindset.
Group supervision / 2 hours. In groups of up to 10 people, a professional supervisor helps students analyze situations they encountered during their practice where the coach’s personality intervened in the session. A broader perspective leads to the transformation of both the coach and group participants.
Workshop / 2 hours. Enhancing expertise in Competency #1: Demonstrates ethical practice. In-depth study of the Ethical Code and professional standards of a coach through the analysis of practical cases.
Demo session / 2 hours. Conducting a coaching session by a trainer with one of the students and its analysis.
Group mentoring / 2 hours. Conducted in groups of no more than 10 people by mentors (PCC ICF level coaches). During mentoring, sessions are analyzed with the participation of all group members.
Workshop / 2 hours. Preparation for the exam session. At the end of the training, each student takes an exam session. This workshop aims to prepare students and help them focus on key points.
Triad sessions / 2 hours. Students take turns playing the roles of coach, client, and observer. The observer helps the student acting as a coach to identify markers and moments that require attention. The observer learns while assisting others, and the client works on moving towards their personal goals.
Individual mentoring / 1 hour. The most advanced event in the learning process, as a mentor (PCC ICF level coach) devotes a full hour in an individual meeting to help the student see what is already working in terms of the 37 markers and how to further enhance their own practice.
MCC Lecture / 2 hours. The third of the three mandatory live lectures by a Master Certified Coach (MCC) – the highest level of international coaching accreditation, in addition to 17 optional lectures. Translation into Russian is provided.
Questions and Answers / 1.5 hours. A Professional Certified Coach (PCC ICF) answers students’ questions about the material covered, practice, client cases, and other topics of interest.
Final online test / 3 hours. Conditions are created that closely resemble those of the ICF test, which is required for international coaching certification.
Workshop / 2 hours. Preparation for ICF certification. The entire process of submitting documents to ICF for international coaching accreditation is examined in detail.

GRADUATION!

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Results after Module 6:

Achieve the Professional Certified Coach (PCC) level in demonstrating the 8 coaching competencies and complying with the 37 markers according to ICF standards.

Professional Coach

  • This program was accredited by ICF according to the ACTP [LEVEL 2] standard in October 2023
  • The course program is based on ICF competencies.
  • Theoretical materials are presented in a clear and concise manner, without unnecessary elaboration or off-topic digressions.
  • Practical assignments, tests, and assessments can be completed at a convenient time within the course schedule.
  • Tests for intermediate modules and disciplines can be retaken an unlimited number of times.
  • Students are provided access to a Learning Management System (LMS). During the course, they familiarize themselves with educational materials, complete assignments uploaded to the LMS, and undergo intermediate testing and final certification.
  • Proficiency in competencies is assessed by students through the submission of audio recordings of real coaching sessions and through the course examination.
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