ICF Accredited Coaching Course Australia
Australian Quality Framework (AQF) and International Coaching Federation (ICF) accredited training for aspiring Coaches and Organisations looking to grow leadership skills.
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Choosing accredited ICF coaching provides a globally recognised standard of excellence and ethical coaching practices, which can increase your credibility, professionalism, and success as a coach.
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Gain the training you need to become a successful coach

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Training and support to expand your coaching skills

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Train your leaders and team

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FIRE UP Coaching

The first Coaching Qualification in Australia to be accredited under the AQF Australian Qualifications Framework and ICF International Coaching Federation.

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Featured Courses for ICF Accredited Coaching

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10857NAT – Certificate IV in Business and Personal Coaching

Start: 8 July 2024
Online
Experience real-world coaching training and assessments in a secure environment, including peer-to-peer practice and client sessions. Enjoy convenient online training and assessment submissions via our user-friendly student portal. Our 10857NAT - Certificate IV in Business and Personal Coaching offers a comprehensive pathway to your ACC credential with the ICF and is a prerequisite for the 11144NAT - Diploma of Leadership Coaching and Mentoring. This course equips you with a coaching qualification for your current practice or a new career, meeting the ICF Level 1 Coach Training requirements.
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Coaching Skills for Leaders 1, 2 or 4 Day programs

Start: Anytime
In-House
FIRE UP Coaching is focused on training leaders to lead and communicate for optimal outcomes utilising proven techniques and frameworks.
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11144NAT – Diploma of Leadership Coaching and Mentoring

Start: 8 July 2024
Online
Our 11144NAT - Diploma of Leadership Mentoring and Coaching is designed for Leaders and Managers who integrate coaching into their roles. It is essential for Learning and Development Leaders, HR Professionals, Organisational Leaders, and Operational Managers leading coaching and mentoring initiatives. This Diploma includes the 10857NAT - Certificate IV in Business and Personal Coaching, ensuring participants have the necessary foundational knowledge and skills. The program meets ICF Level 2 Coach Training requirements.

Our Story & Clients

ICF Accredited Coaching Courses

The first seed of what was to become FIRE UP Coaching ® was planted back in 1998. Since then we’ve grown to become Australia’s leading provider of accredited coaching and personal development training. We realise this by offering our students tools to grow their confidence, in their professional roles as well as in their private lives.

What Coaching Accreditation can I receive?

Our Certificate IV and Diploma courses are Nationally Recognised Training Programs delivering vocational qualifications and credentials recognised across Australia. Only Registered Training Organisations (RTOs) can deliver nationally recognised training and issue nationally recognised qualifications or statements of attainment.

Accredited coach training program (ACTP) accreditation means the training program accredited by the International Coaching Federation (ICF). ACTP accredited programs are considered “all inclusive” training programs, which offer start to finish coach training. A minimum of 125 student contact hours, mentor coaching and a performance evaluation process are required for ACTP approval. Graduates of an ACTP program may apply for an individual ICF credential via the ACTP credential application path. Additionally once your training is completed, you can progress to ICF Coach Credentials

Associate Certified Coach (ACC)

Completed 60 hours of coach specific education and 100 hours of client coaching experience

Professional Certified Coach (PCC)

Completed 125 hours of coach specific education and 500 hours of client coaching experience

Master Certified Coach (MCC)

Hold or have held a PCC Credential, completed 200 hours of coach specific education and 2,500 hours of client coaching experience

FAQs about ICF Accredited Coaching Courses Australia

Our Coach Training & Workshops are designed to introduce leaders to using coaching conversations in the workplace, providing frameworks, tools and ideas that are immediately applicable with a foundation for greater understanding of themselves and others to build better relationships and provide more effective leadership and motivation.

Yes, you can. Upon completing the Certificate IV in Business & Personal Coaching or the Diploma of Leadership, Coaching & Mentoring you’ll have the skills & coaching techniques to coach others make lasting changes in their lives. We equip you to focus on the context you want to coach in whether it be life coaching, executive coaching, health and wellbeing coaching, career coaching, leadership coaching, sales, compassion or mindset coaching.

If you already have practical experience as a coach but no formal qualifications, you may be limiting your opportunities. More and more Clients are expecting their Coach to be qualified, particular if you aspire to coach within Corporations or Government organisations. A coaching qualification will mean you’ll receive recognition, and credibility from your prospective clients or associates.

To make this decision, you need to consider a few initial questions
such as: What do you plan to ‘do’ with your Coaching training?
What level of knowledge do you want when you start practicing?
What timeframe would you like to have your course completed within?
And, how much do you want to invest on Coaching studies?
Determining your goals for each of these questions will assist you determine which course you should enrol into.

There are several reasons why you may be thinking of a career change to become an Executive Coach, Business Coach or Life Coach. Maybe it’s for one of these reasons?

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