This 40 clock-hour course offers a comprehensive overview of Online Coaching and the various underpinnings of technological delivery. The scope of the course offers introductory to intermediate level content and offers a solid foundation regarding ethical considerations for coaching practitioners.
The Coach Competency Series offers coursework that qualifies you toward the Certified Professional Coach (CPC) credential through GROW Training Institute and the Board Certified Coach (BCC) through Center for Credentialing and Education (CCE).
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This independent telemental health technology comparison site was created to help mental health providers and administrators identify the best technology resource for their telemental health or online mental health practice or network.
In partnership with GROW Training Institute (GTI)we are pleased to offer a specific track that gives you the course work, experience and supervision you require to become a Certified Professional Coach (CPC). This is a 60+ hour program with total course work CE/CPD of 50 hours.
CPC- TECH TRACK
Our partnership with GTI means you receive the same quality coursework through Online Coach Institute that Dr. Lyn Kelley has been providing for years through GTI. We have tailored the coursework at OCI to include the same core competencies as GTI’s courses with an emphasis on the use of Technology.
Our emphasis is technology – we teach coaches and other helping professionals how to use technology to deliver services and how to create and maintain a professional and ethical online presence. Below is a description of our three main offerings for coaches
Coaching is not a regulated profession in most parts of the world so many coaches assume they do not need professional liability insurance but that is not necessarily true. For Therapist-Coaches, the question is a bit easier to answer and the answer is generally, “Yes.” If you are a Therapist-Coach and you continue to practice in the mental health field, you can usually add coaching to your existing professional liability insurance that you carry for your mental health services.