Your Commitment to Coaching Starts with ICF
Acquiring an ICF (International Coach Federation) certification is an integral part of your coaching career. It is an excellent way to build industry-wide credibility and display your commitment to the coaching profession. This program is also essential for leaders. If as a leader in your organization, you want to develop yourself as a coach, it is about working with global standards and competencies of coaching. The important role that coaching certification plays while working with clients is highlighted below:
The Coach-To-Transformation ICF ACTP Coach Certification Program is a globally-recognized and ICF-accredited program for leaders/coaches to develop their coaching skills that can be used in their day-to-day professional and personal life. Our powerful program is relevant in today’s VUCA world and is well-known for creating highly-qualified coaches.
Our program offers ACC (Associate Certified Coach) and PCC (Professional Certified Coach) level coach certification training that follows the ACTP path.
Who is it for?
- Executives and professionals who want to take their current capabilities to the next level and inculcate these skills in their work and life.
- Start-up founders and entrepreneurs who want to branch out in their fields by using coaching as their business objective.
- Managers who want to upgrade their current capabilities and use coach training at their organizations.
- Students pursuing professional graduate programs.
- Participants looking for ACC credential or moving from ACC to PCC credential with ICF.
Why Choose Coach-To-Transformation?
What You Will Gain
Our effective curriculum is designed to prepare and support you through the entire ICF certification process.
- Learn core coaching skills and inculcate it into your professional practices.
- Gain the confidence to deliver coaching services in diverse situations.
- Boost listening and questioning skills.
- Discover your personal leadership style.
Coaching Program Details:
Our ACTP Coach Certification Program offers the 125 Hours of Coach Training Program. You can apply for your ACC or PCC after the program. The program is divided into 2 Levels. Level 1 is for 60 hours and Level 2 for 65 hours. You will need to attend both the level (Level 1 + 2) to complete the ACTP program and apply to ICF. In case you want to attend only Level 1 program then you might want to look at our ACSTH Coach Certification Program. If you want to understand the difference between the two paths by ICF, then
We want to work with leaders & Coaches and help them create a “better” place (work environment and culture) in organizations. We would be happy to be part of this journey with you!
Lead Instructor: Arvind R, Professional Certified Coach (PCC), ICF, Sujata Barla, Master Certified Coach (MCC)
Performance Evaluation: Rajat Garg, Master Certified Coach (MCC)
Payment & Refund Policy: All payments to be made in advance. All payments are non-refundable if the participant chooses to opt-out of the program. All payments will be refunded in case Coach-To-Transformation decides to cancel the training.
|Item||Level 1||Level 2|
|Program Mode||Face to Face/ Virtual||Virtual|
|Hours Completed||60 hours over 4 months||65 hours over 4 months|
|Synchronous Hours (Hours working with Faculty)||32 hours (4 days F2F X 8 hours or 12 Weeks Virtual) + 16 hours (6 Weeks Virtual Only)||48 Hours (16 weeks X 3 hours, Virtual Only)|
|Asynchronous Hours (Assignments, Practice Coaching, self study, etc.)||12 Hours including peer coaching and book review||15 Hours including peer coaching, Triad, Self Reflection, concept reviews|
|Mentored Hours||10 hours with 3 hours 1-1 Mentor coaching hours||10 hours with 3 hours 1-1 Mentor coaching hours|
Merging the Who with
We want to work with leaders and help them create a “better” place (work environment and culture) in their organization. We would be happy to be part of this journey with you!
Know What Our Students Have to Say
Rajat has been inspiring coach & mentor during my PCC coaching training program. His innate style of letting all of explore ourselves by allowing us to speak and express without getting in our way and yet being there to guide us at the right time has been excellent. I learned lot of things like Active listening (one of his excellent trait), exploring who etc. He helped us explore various aspects of psychology, NLP and various coaching models yet ensuring that we keep an eye on core competencies of PCC markers. His constant guidance in terms of constant constructive feedback, creating framework for peer coaching and assignments helped us navigate thru the entire coach training journey. We were about 15 people in our group and he ensured that we remained positive and support each other throughout. I look up to him to resolve any issues that I come across and be like him one day. Thanks a lot Rajat, and I really appreciate of what you have done
Rajat is an extremely patient and centered mentor. He encouraged me to ask questions and gave me space to think freely. It was a pleasure to be in his PCC ACTP class and I remain ever so thankful for all the knowledge he imparted. The best thing about him is that he believes he is learning at all times, which is a fabulous trait to have. I wish him the best of luck in all his future endeavors and am glad to have found a life-time friend/coach/mentor in him
I was mentored by Rajat as a part of the PCC credentialing process in 2016 and would call it one of my best learning experiences. Rajat was virtually managing a group of 15 people and was able to provide support & guidance to all of us individually & collectively. He has this wonderful ability to be present and offer inputs that were relevant at that specific moment. What truly remains with me, more than anything else, was his ability to provide the space for each of us to explore our own learning journeys. Thank you Rajat! Here’s wishing & praying that you continue to touch more lives
Rajat is an excellent Mentor Coach and a really nice human being. He helped me tremendously for my PCC certification journey. He was very helpful and was always available- literally a message/phone call away. He has a solid knowledge base and strong foundations in ICF core competencies which have been pivotal for me to gain in-depth PCC credential mastery. He is exact, precise with great time management and active listening skills. His approach is simple, straight and to the point. I owe much of my learning to him for he enabled me to be able to expand myself!
"I met Rajat during my coach training session at Chennai in December 2014. The most important thing, which I noticed during the session, was his excellent ability to analyze any situation threadbare and to ask powerful questions. According to me any coach who can do these two things effectively and efficiently can conduct the coaching session in the right direction and help the coachee to arrive at the right decision or reach the right destination. While he is very focused and to the point, he also gives the coachee the required time and leverage for the coachee to realize what is good for him. The coaching session I had with Rajat was very useful and helped me to firm up few of my thoughts. Rajat is very intelligent, quick and able to pick up the right threads from the words of the coachee and then he is able to use the same threads and make the coachee to weave coachee's own cloth to the requirement of the coachee. His ability is his testimony and I am happy to be associated with him. I wish him all the best in his coaching career."
"Rajat has been a great coach and a mentor. He really brings the best in you through his intense involvement in the clients journey and his extremely candid and to-the point feedback for a continuous improvement of skills. He brings in life to the conversation with his powerful questioning and makes the learning impactful. With the sessions I had with Rajat as mentor I could sharpen the competencies much faster and enabled me to emerge as a stronger coach to bring in the best from my clients. I can't thank enough of his help in enabling me to identify a dimension to my professional journey"
"Rajat Garg is a highly energetic and enthusiastic Mentor Coach, in my experience with him. He is highly knowledgeable in this field and has a very good grip of the ICF's framework as well as the psychological principles. His friendly approach - in spite of his huge knowledge - is the icing on the cake. "
“I have found Rajat's sessions extremely engaging and interactive. During our discussions, he brings out his knowledge and experience to the fore, providing deep insights on the topics. His feedback has always been constructive with the intent of raising one's learning, awareness and self discovery. While analyzing our Peer Coaching sessions, Rajat brings in different perspectives, looking at aspects from various angles, opening up a whole new range of options, which we wouldn't even have thought of. It's great to have Rajat as my Mentor Coach and would bank on his guidance for my Coaching journey and beyond.”
“Rajat's skills of empathy and clarity of thought has given my own thought process a clear line of vision. Incisive and supportive, he has not hesitated in giving developmental feedback while respecting my learning style. My own level of commitment and responsibility has significantly increased since engaging with him. He just never tires, always available and ready to work with individual challenges. Rajat takes what he does very seriously and is passionate about his work, he truly believes in the value of developing more coaches and the impact it has in creating a transformational Organisation.”
“Rajat Garg has been my Mentor Coach for my PCC (Professionally Certified Coach through ICF) accreditation process since Aug 2014. The best thing I like about his style is that his approach towards mentoring is typical of a coach and never leading or unconsciously as a coach. He is very articulate, present, non judgmental and listens on all levels: physical, intellectual, emotional and intuitive. He is fearless and does not hesitate to challenge. He creates a safe and trusting space for the delivery of feedback, using a respectful, clear, judgment free tone and very deftly applies the coaching skill to deliver this rather than leading to a solution. To conclude on a scale of 1 to 10 ( 10 being highest), ( I learnt this from him to deal with specifying abstract statements), I would rate his impact as a mentor coach at 9.”