As a coach is about to get certified because they completed their hours, they realize that they need to do mentoring. This must be done in both ACC and PCC with a PCC credential coach.
Candidates on the ACC ACSTH and Portfolio application paths must document at least 10 hours of Mentor Coaching on their application. The Mentor Coaching hours must occur over three months or longer. Of the 10 hours of mentoring, three hours must be one-on-one. The remaining seven hours may be one-on-one or in a group. For the ACC Credential, the Mentor Coach must be a current ICF Credential-holder in good standing at the PCC or MCC level, or be at the ACC level in good standing and have renewed their credential at least once.
This is where we come in. Dr. Ghadah Angawi holds a PCC current credential and is a registered mentor at ICF. Her Mentoring program is evenly paced over 3 months and will offer 10 individual hours or 7 hours of group mentoring and 3 hours of individual for each member of the enrolled group.
The content of the mentoring sessions is as follows:
Session 1: Induction to achieving your credential or renewal of your current one and what it entails.
Session 2: The code of ethics in practice.
Session 3: Competency 3 and 8 its markers.
Session 4: Competency 4 and its markers.
Session 5: Comptentcy 5 and its markers.
Session 6: competency 6 and its markers.
Session 7: competency 7 and its markers.
This concludes the group coaching if you are in a group. The individual sessions comprise:
Session 8: Coaching the mentor and commentary.
Session 9: Coaching a client recording assessment and commentary.
Session 10: Preparing for the exam and case studies.