UWCPC – Dates, Curriculum, Costs
The UWCPC is an Accredited Coach Training Program (ACTP) through the International Coach Federation (ICF), the accrediting body for coaching. ACTP accredited programs are all inclusive training programs, which offer start to finish coach training. Graduates of an ACTP program may apply for an individual ICF Credential including the Associate Certified Coach (ACC) and the Professional Certified Coach (PCC).
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UWCPC Dates, Curriculum, and Costs: 2020-2021 – Year #8
- September 9–11, 2020
- November 18–20, 2020
- January 20–22, 2021
- March 17–19, 2021
- May 26–28, 2021
General curriculum information for 2020-2021
Modules and Learning Objectives
Setting the Foundation
Learn the foundational principles and skills of professional coaching.
Coaching Presence: An Inside-Out Perspective
Understand your powerful presence as a coach by deepening your awareness of self.
Co-Creating the Coaching Relationship
Learn how to create a safe and supportive environment based on mutual respect and trust, which in turns helps the client be bold and courageous in achieving their goals.
Forwarding the Action and Deepening the Learning
Learn how to guide the client from awareness to creating what they want for themselves through establishing, creating, designing, and planning with the client to facilitate progress.
Integration: Bringing It All Together
Understand how all of the pieces fit together to create a powerful coaching relationship that includes learning, action, and accountability.
Mentoring: Increasing Your Impact Through Experience
The experience of being mentored by an ICF-certified MCC/PCC level coach is where you coaching will truly flourish. You will receive specific feedback on your coaching skills, blind spots, and area for improvement. The feedback will be directly related to the ICF Core Competencies as well as the UWCPC Coaching Model.
Skill Drills: The Coaching Agreement, Active Listening, Powerful Questioning, Direct Communication, Planning and Goal Setting
Sharpen your skills by working in virtual small groups to enhance your mastery of the fundamental skills of a great coach.
Ethics and Standards of Practice in the Coaching Profession
Learn the code of ethics and apply the standards of that code in mock case-study sessions with fellow students.
All content, including teaching and materials of the UWCPC, is in the English language.
Computer, recording tools (to create MP3 files), and high-speed internet access. We use videoconference software and the University of Wisconsin learning platform Canvas. You do not need experience with these tools prior to beginning the program, however you MUST HAVE basic computer skills.
UWCPC provides 150 hours of instruction time, or 15.0 Continuing Education Units (CEUs).
2020-2021 year: A $50 nonrefundable application fee is required with the application. The cost of the program is $10,990 and includes instruction, supervision by International Coach Federation-certified coaches, and course materials. Lunch is included for some face-to-face instruction days.
Participants are responsible for costs associated with some meals, lodging, transportation, and for hiring their own life coach. Hiring a coach could range approximately from $500-$1,500 depending on the coach.
A $500 deposit is required at registration. 50% of your remaining balance is due on or before July 31, 2020 and your remaining balance is due on or before January 10, 2021.
If you withdraw on or before July 31, 2020, you receive a full refund of the cost minus $100 administrative fee. After July 31, 2020, no refund is given.