Spring Mentor Coaching Course
The Mentor Coaching Course is an integral part of the Presence-Based Coaching Course. Students will continue on with Mentor Coaching after the completion of PBC II. It is designed with the same rigor, attention to presence, and multiple layers of learning that people have come to expect from our PBC I and II retreats. The course content is based on our unique Presence-Based Coaching competency model correlated to the ICF Core Competencies. Rigorous practice and feedback around PBC competencies. Mentor Coaching is required for ICF accreditation at the ACC level.
For those students who have completed PBC I and II and have not yet taken the Mentor Coaching course, this course can be taken separately – contact Jenny for pricing and availability.
The Mentor Coaching course is also available to PBC/MC grads who can take the course as a repeater to receive CCEs for ACC renewal – contact Jenny for special PBC alumni pricing and availability.
Mentor Coaching is invaluable for deepening your integration of Presence-Based methodology, working with your own habits, and preparing you both for credentialing with ICF and for the Presence-Based Coaching certification exam if you continue onto our advance course, Living in Presence Coaching Course (LIPCC).
The Mentor Coaching Course includes 10 hours of instruction:
- seven hours of group coaching with live participant and faculty feedback
- faculty review of individual written or live feedback on three recorded coaching conversations
All interactive work is conducted on Zoom video meeting.
The Mentor Coaching Course begins after the completion of your PBC II retreat, and will extend for a minimum of 3 months (in alignment with ICF requirements). Each cohort includes four to ten students. Cohorts begin at a specific time and date about 3 weeks after the completion of PBC II. Times for the remaining four (or five) group calls will be scheduled as a group during the first call.
Who This is For
The Mentor Coaching Course is available to students who have completed PBC I & PBC II. The course is specifically designed to meet the ICF credentialing requirements at the ACC level, and is a requirement for certification as a Presence-Based® Coach.
ICF Training Credits
Mentor Coaching is part of the PBC course; at the completion of Mentor Coaching you will receive 60 ICF hours (26 for PBC I, 34 for PBC II) plus 10 hours for Mentor Coaching.
Specific Areas of Learning Focus
- increasing range and mastery across the entire Presence-Based Coaching competency model
- skill development structures for preparation and reflection on your coaching
- working with habits in real time under pressure
- observing and providing feedback on others’ coaching
- receiving and incorporating feedback on your coaching