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Virtual Mentor Coaching for an ICF Credential - (Virtual Lock-In)

Date:

29/10/2019

Time:

14:00

Place:

Venue TBA

Cost:

£ 640.00

The Virtual Lock-In is designed to enable coaches to make exponential headway in gaining an ICF credential through mentor coaching virtually.

It carries all the components of the retreat based Lock-In, but is carried out virtually and is geared toward those living overseas or those who would prefer not to travel.

How does the Virtual Lock-In work?

Join a virtual group of up to 7 ACC & PCC applicants to:

  • Sharpen your coaching skills through 7 hours of group mentor coaching*, where each of you practices 1-1 coaching with feedback and learning from others’ practice and feedback
  • Clarify the expectations of the ICF and record your coaching and CPD hours
  • And/or achieve something of your own choosing, related to your coaching
  • Keep yourself accountable for progress post-Lock-In

When is the next Virtual Lock-In?

  • October 29th 2019 2-5.30pm
  • 16th November 2019 2-5.30pm
  • December 3rd 2019 (TBC)

Register your interest here

To book or to ask questions, please contact Clare at clare@clarenormancoachingassociates.com or call her on 07775 817344.

The Virtual Lock-In schedule

 The agenda will be as follows:
Session one:
60 minutes Getting to know each other and contracting
60 minutes Group mentor coaching: 1 coaching practice session with feedback against the ICF competencies
15 minutes Break
60 minutes Credentialing briefing
15 minutes Wrap up
Homework Record your coaching and CPD hours
Session two:
15 minutes Re-contracting/landing
120 minutes Group mentor coaching: 2 coaching practice sessions with feedback against the ICF competencies
15 minutes Break
60 minutes Group mentor coaching: 1 coaching practice session with feedback against the ICF competencies
Homework Record your coaching and CPD hours
Session three:
10 minutes Re-contracting/landing
120 minutes Group mentor coaching: 2 coaching practice sessions with feedback against the ICF competencies
10 minutes Break
60 minutes Group mentor coaching: 1 coaching practice session with feedback against the ICF competencies
10 minutes Next steps including accountability check-ins

How much does the Virtual Lock-In cost?

Virtual Lock-In programme:

  • 7 hours of group mentor coaching
  • Getting to know the competencies
  • Credential requirements briefing
  • Recording your coaching and CPD hours
  • Discussing ethical issues and coach knowledge assessment
  • 3 x 20 minute accountability sessions post-lock-in, to keep you on track

Your investment is £640 + VAT per person***

  • A non-refundable deposit of £100 + VAT is required with your booking to secure your place with the remainder due ten weeks prior to the Lock-In
  • Refer-a-Friend: earn a £50 discount for referring a friend, who books and pays in full
  • ***Early Bird Bookings: £590 + VAT for full payment by ten weeks before the session

Cancellations:

  • We regret that no refund can be paid on the deposit; and no refunds can be made for cancellations of less than 8 weeks before the first day of the Lock-In
  • If a cancellation is made between 8 and 10 weeks before the first day of the Lock-In, 50% of the fees will be refunded
  • If a cancellation is made more than 10 weeks before the first day of the Lock-In, then a full refund minus the deposit will be made. The deposit may be used towards a new date
  • All cancellations must be in writing please
  • Full refund will be paid 2 weeks before the start date, should the Lock-In be cancelled due to low numbers

Session times will be scheduled according to who we have in the group and which time zones work for them as far as is reasonably practical.

Sessions will be conducted through Zoom.


*For an ICF credential, you need 10 hours of mentor coaching in total, up to 7 of which can be group mentor coaching. This must be over a period of 3 months, so you may choose to complete your 10 hours with 3 more 1-1 mentor coaching sessions afterwards, at a cost of £150 + VAT per hour.

** The loving boot comes from the work by Laurent Daloz, from his 1986 book Effective Teaching and Mentoring, quoted in Blakey, J and Day, I. (2012). Challenging Coaching. London: Nicholas Brealey Publishing p19. It implies that the person is providing high support and high challenge.


[The term ‘Lock-In’ is subject to Copyright, Clare Norman Coaching Associates.]

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