The Lewis University Executive Coaching program has been reaccredited as a Level 2 coach training provider through the International Coaching Federation.
The ICF Level 2 accreditation signifies a pinnacle of excellence in coach training, denoting that Lewis University's program meets the rigorous standards set forth by the International Coach Federation. This accreditation highlights the program's depth, quality, and real-world applicability, ensuring that coaching professionals receive training of the highest caliber.
Students who complete the Professional and Executive Coaching micro-credential within the College of Business’ Organizational Leadership program have the opportunity to become ICF-credentialed coaches at both the ACC and PCC level of certification.
To achieve the ICF certification, students must meet stringent education and experience requirements, all while showing a high level of expertise that sets the standard in the profession. ICF coaches also adhere to strict ethical guidelines to protect and serve coaching consumers and ethically represent the definition and process of coaching.
Lewis University students hold a 100 percent pass rate on the ICF Credentialing Exam and can complete the micro-credential in seven months.
Lewis University invites coaching enthusiasts, professionals, and organizations seeking top-tier coaching education to explore the unparalleled value offered by its ICF Level 2 accredited Professional and Executive Coaching micro-credential. Visit do-good-do-well.com to learn more about the program.
Lewis University is an innovative Catholic university offering market-relevant undergraduate and graduate programs to 6,500 students. Sponsored by the De La Salle Christian Brothers, Lewis University is nationally recognized for preparing intellectually engaged, ethically grounded, and globally-connected graduates who impact the world for the better. Visit zokcjpw.do-good-do-well.com for further information.
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