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Most ILCT courses meet the elective requirements for this credential
For those who have a Master’s degree in the social and behavioral sciences (business, management, social work, marriage and family therapy, psychology, education, divinity, etc.), CCE's 60-hour Board Certified Coach Training program provides a thorough introduction to beset coaching principles and practices, including core competencies, ethics, and “gap areas” not addressed in previous professional training, allowing you to quickly transition to coaching.
Students pursuing this path to BCC credentialing will begin by registering for ILCT's Foundations Course or Foundations for Christian Coaches Course, and will complete an additional 20 hours of coach training from our wide selection of electives.
Those with a Ph.D., a Master's or higher degree in Counseling, or those who hold a NCC (National Certified Counselor) credential will want to choose the 30-hour Board Certified Coach Training program.
The Institute for Life Coach Training has been qualified by the Center for Credentialing and Education, Inc. (CCE) as a Registered Credential Training Provider, RCTP No. RCTP1005-BCC, to provide training courses qualified for credit for the Board Certified Coach credentials. All ILCT courses qualify for CCE credit unless otherwise indicated. ILCT is solely responsible for all aspects of the training courses.
“I cannot say enough positive things about my experience as a student at ILCT! Every step of the way I received support from the faculty, students and staff. Not only did I receive a high quality education in coaching, but I was able to develop my coaching skills with application and structured peer groups. I was mentored and guided when choosing new classes that fit my goals and mission. After completion of the program, I continue to receive support from ILCT as I prepared for the BCC exam, and still continue to receive mentorship and guidance as my coaching business evolves with my mission and purpose. I highly recommend ILCT to anyone entering the coaching field or interested in learning coaching techniques.” – Katie K., BCC, BCS