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Being an Accredited Coach...

Coaching is a recent profession and many operate under the coach label with little or no qualification. What does an AoEC (see accreditation guaranty you for:

  • Your coach has completed a diploma level programme in Executive Coaching that is recognised by the largest and most widely recognised bodies in the coaching industry. The course is also endorsed academically by Middlesex University.

  • Your coach has completed 57 Coach Specific Training Hours from the 60 required by the International Coach Federation (ICF) at Associated Certified Coach (ACC) level. She also fully meet the training requirements of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC) at Practitioner level (equivalent to an undergraduate degree/NVQ level 5) and has 20 Level 3 credits through Middlesex University.

  • Your coach is a member of the International Coaching Federation and has agreed to the ICF code of Ethics and Code of Conduct (

  • Your coach supervisor has completed the first level of Supervision Course with the International Coaching Community (ICC)


"Choosing to engage in a coaching relationship with an accredited coach you that you are in the hands of a professional coach trained on a course which is endorsed academically and is accredited by the leading coaching bodies in the UK, Europe and the world." - The AoEC

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