Today, February 15, 2018, the International Coach Federation (ICF) announced a range of changes that will affect the MCC, PCC and ACC credential applications.
Rather than outline them all here, I’ve made a PDF of the email I received today (as a CCE’s provider). The general announcement to all ICF members will be made next week. Once you have read and digested the information in the PDF, you are welcome to email me if you’d like anything clarified.
The first changes take effect from July 31, 2018.
Personally, as a Mentor Coach, Provider of an ICF CCE program, and as an ICF Assessor for MCC, PCC and ACC credentials, I support these changes. Watching the Winter Olympics, I’m aware of the term ‘progression’ used especially in association with Snowboarding. It’s great to see the ICF continuing to look at their professional standards, and progressing.
I also like that the only time upcoming Policy Changes will be announced from here on, is in February of each year.
Carly Anderson, MCC
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