Coaching from a Christian Perspective
30-hour CCE Approved Distance Learning Training for BCC Credentialing
The 30-hour Coaching from a Christian Perspective training is designed for applicants who hold a qualifying graduate degree and are seeking to fulfill requirements for the Board Certified Coach (BCC) credential through the Center for Credentialing and Education (CCE) (see requirements at http://www.cce-global.org/Credentialing/BCC/Requirements).
The training program emphasizes the foundations, skills, strategies, professional practice standards, and potential assessments needed for professional coaches working from a Christian perspective with individuals, businesses and organizations. Students will also have the opportunity to explore an area of personal interest for more in-depth focus for one assignment from the following coaching areas: Relationship and Marital Coaching or Career Coaching.
To provide students with core coaching competencies, techniques, and professional and ethical practice standards, the Coaching from a Christian Perspective 30-hour training program is divided into two 15-hour sessions:
Christian Coaching Foundations (15 hours)
Christian Coaching Applications (15 hours)
Students pursuing this path to BCC credentialing must complete both of the 15-hour training sessions. Each session is designed to be completed over a three-week period. The sessions may be taken consecutively or simultaneously.
Coaching from a Christian Perspective Course Description
The 15-hour Christian Coaching Foundations training session achieves the BCC core competencies for coaches by focusing on the foundational requirements of a professional coaching practice:
Screening and orientation
Fundamental Coaching Skills
Ethical and Professional Practice
The 15-hour Christian Coaching Applications training session achieves the BCC core competencies for coaches by focusing on the following requirements of a professional coaching practice:
Assessments in Coaching
Facilitating and Monitoring Client Progress
Coaching Approaches for Individuals, Businesses and Organizations
Learning is developed through assigned readings, online discussion forums, short weekly video training opportunities and through required weekly one-hour web/tele conference discussions and practice coaching sessions. The total estimated time commitment per week is 4 to 6 hours. Students must score 70% or better on a written exam in order to successfully pass this course.
Students will need to have regular access to the internet.
Successful completion of both sessions of the course meets the requirements for 30 hours of training for qualified individuals who plan to pursue Board Certified Coach credential (BCC).
Masters in Counseling, state licensure as a counselor, NCC or a Doctorate degree in behavioral or social sciences.
Required Textbook is: Christian Coaching (2nd ed) ISBN: 978-1600063619
Author: Gary Collins Publisher: The Navigators
Required Reference is: BCC Code of Ethics (2010) http://cce-global.org/Assets/Ethics/BCCcodeofethics.pdf
Additional reading and short video assignments will be provided weekly throughout the course.
How to Succeed in this Course
This course is designed to prepare you for BCC credentialing. Read assignments and all course announcements carefully. The weekly coaching tele/web conferences and online discussion topics are important learning activities in this course, so it is important to participate and respond.
Cancellations and Refunds
This course will be offered 8 to 10 times per year. In the unlikely event that a scheduled BCC training course must be canceled, registrants will be notified of the cancellation not less than one week prior to the scheduled course start date and registrants will be granted a full refund or may choose to enroll in an upcoming course.
We are happy and available to answer any questions you may have. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.