Coaching Certifications & Credentials

It’s not just about superficial change, it’s about deep transformation; it’s about changing from the inside out… – Vinay Kumar

Newfield Coaching Certification

Upon successful completion of the Coaching for Personal and Professional Mastery program, the final step is to become a Newfield Certified Coach® by demonstrating your competency with all you’ve learned as a coach. To do this you submit a 40 – 60-minute recorded coaching conversation displaying your proficiency demonstrating the arch of coaching in an established coaching relationship.

You are eligible to apply to become a Newfield Certified Coach® after you have recorded 60-hours of coaching on your coaching log.

ICF Coaching Credentials

After passing Newfield coaching certification and logging a cumulative total of 100-hours of coaching on your coaching log, you become eligible to apply to become an Associate Certified Coach (ACC), and after logging 500-hours coaching (from the first day you began your accredited coach training program), you are eligible to become a Professional Certified Coach (PCC).

After Your Graduation

You will join a vibrant and active alumni community on our Web portal.  Enabling you to share resources, coaching tools and network with over 2,500 of the finest coaches in the world. This provides a highly conducive environment for continuous development and, along with our regular events, allows you to stay at the cutting edge of the coaching profession.

* The International Coach Federation (ICF) is a nonprofit organization formed by individual members-professionals who practice coaching from around the world. Formed in 1995, today it is the leading global organization with over 14,000 members in almost 90 countries. It is dedicated to advancing the coaching profession by setting high, professional standards, providing independent certification, and building a network of credentialed coaches. It advances the coaching profession through programs and a standard supported by members and is the most authoritative source on coaching information and research for the public.

Achieve Amazing Results

“Learning how to use language, emotion, and body in my own exploration and learning during this program allowed me to confidently use them to improve my ability to coach others to achieve amazing results. Also, the friendships and connections made with others in the program were rewarding and important for continued growth after the program was finished.” – Michele Beisler, NASA

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