Types of Trainings

COACHING BASICS: 

(Two Day Course & Available Online)

This course will introduce you to the basics of coaching and it's definition. Learn the distinctions between coaching and other similar helping professions. This course will provide an overview of the necessary skills to become an effective coach. Students will spend time developing their coaching skills. 


MANAGING CHANGE:

(Two Day Course & Available Online)

This course will introduce you to the use of coaching in helping others to navigate, change, transition through transformational coaching. This course will provide an overview of the necessary skills to become an effective coach. Students will spend time developing their coaching skills. You must complete Coaching Basics before you can register for this course. *Pre-requisite: Coaching Basics or 501 Intro to Coaching.


THE COACH APPROACH TO CONFLICT COMPETENCE:

(Two day course & Available Online)
The Coach Approach to Conflict Competence course provides a comprehensive coach approaches for managing workplace conflict. This course integrates theory, practice, and exercises to help participants improve their cognitive, emotional, and behavioral coach approaches to conflict. The course gives coaches a proven, effective way to improve conflict coaching skills that can be taught to parents, volunteers, and pastoral staff. *Pre-requisite: Coaching Basics or 501 Intro to Coaching.


ICSTL 201 | FOUNDATIONAL DYNAMICS OF COACHING FOR RESULTS (ICF Certified):

(Equivalent to CAM 501)

This course is designed to get you started with the basic skills needed as a beginning coach. Completing this course with a credentialed Insight Coaching STL trainer gives you 16 hours of ACSTH (accredited coach-specific training hours) approved by the International Coaching Federation (ICF). Learn coaching foundations using the D.R.E.A.M model for repeatable coaching processes, practice coaching in class with feedback, receive performance evaluations from PCC-level trainer, and learn how to apply ICF Code of Ethics and 11 ICF Core Competencies into coaching. Pre-requisite for this class: Introduction to Coaching, a free on-line (non-credit) 60 minute presentation.


ICSTL 301 – FOUNDATIONAL DYNAMICS OF COACHING FOR GROWTH (ICF Certified):

This course is designed to help the student move to a more masterful coaching level and focuses on growth for the coach, as a coach and as a person, and growth in the client so that the client can better sustain their results. Completing this course with a credentialed Insight Coaching STL trainer gives you 16 hours of ACSTH (accredited coach-specific training hours) approved by the International Coaching Federation (ICF). Course consists of a lecture-discussion-practice format led by an PCC-level trainer. Student will do demo coaching in class, dyad or triad phone coaching, and one final phone session with written assessment by PCC-level trainer. Student will learn how to apply the ICF Code of Ethics and 11 ICF Core Competencies into coaching for growth. Pre-requisite: 201 Foundational Dynamics of Coaching for Results or equivalent course, and 5 logged actual coaching sessions.


ICSTL 401 COACHING LAB FOR RESULTS (PILOT):

This course gives the student practical experience by coaching, being coached, and by assessing the coaching of the other students. This is a Pilot course. The International Coaching Federation (ICF) requires a course to be piloted (tested) before it can be submitted for accreditation. Once approved by ICF, this course will give the student 8 hours of ACSTH Coach Specific Training. Student will practice coaching in class with feedback by trainer and other cohort students, learn how to apply the ICF Statement of Ethical Conduct and 11 Core Competencies into coaching for results. Pre-requisite: 201 Foundational Dynamics of Coaching for Results or equivalent ICF-approved course.


ICSTL 402 – ADVANCED COACHING FOR GROWTH (PILOT):

This course gives the student a dynamic coaching for growth practice experience by coaching, being coached, and by assessing the coaching of the other cohort students. This is a Pilot course. The International Coaching Federation (ICF) requires a course to be piloted (tested) before it can be submitted for accreditation. Once approved by ICF, this course will give the student 8 hours of ACSTH Coach Specific Training. Student will practice coaching in class with feedback by trainer and other cohort students using the teach-demonstrate-do-review training model, and learn how to apply the ICF Statement of Ethical Conduct and 11 Core Competencies into coaching. Pre-requisite: 301 Foundational Dynamics of Coaching for Growth or equivalent ICF-approved course.


ICSTL 501 | FOCUS: RELATIONAL EVANGELISM AND DISCIPLESHIP COACHING (PILOT)

This is a Pilot course. The International Coaching Federation (ICF) requires a course to be piloted (tested) before it can be submitted for accreditation. Once approved by ICF, this course will give the student 4 hours of ACSTH Coach Specific Training. Student will practice relational evangelism and discipleship coaching in class with feedback by trainer and other cohort students using the teach-demonstrate-do-review training model, and learn how to apply the ICF Statement of Ethical Conduct and 11 Core Competencies into coaching. This course offers a special focus emphasis on how to use the D.R.E.A.M model and introduces the F.A.I.T.H. coaching model (Oliver). Pre-requisite: 201 Foundational Dynamics of Coaching for Results or equivalent ICF-approved course.


503 | CHANGE TRANSITION & TRANSFORMATIONAL COACHING (ICF Certified):

(Two Day Course & Available Online)
Coaching is all about change, but not all change is the same and coaches need to be able to support three types of change: proactive change, transitions, and deep transformation. This course provides students the knowledge and skills necessary for coaching people and groups through change. Attention is given to understanding different types of change, how to support people going through transitions, and how to use coaching to initiate positive change. *Pre-requisite: Coaching Basics or 501 Intro to Coaching.


504 | COACHING AS A BRAIN-BASED LEARNING CATALYST (ICF Certified):

Two Day Course & Available Online
In the coaching relationship the coach is a learning partner in the person being coached’s (PBC) growth. This class will provide information different learning styles, cognitive preferences, and learning processes that reflects how the brain works in order to generate powerful results in the person being coached. Skill development focuses upon incorporating the knowledge of learning into coaching questions, statements, and listening. *Pre-requisite: Coaching Basics or 501 Intro to Coaching.


505 | LANGUAGE OF COACHING (ICF Certified):

(Two Day Course & Available Online)
Beyond the basic coaching skills, there are advanced coaching skills that allow a coach to promote discovery and gain new insights. Among these advanced skills most important for a coach are key language elements such as metaphor, parables, storytelling, sharing of self and formulas. The advanced coach also must learn how to listen more intently for distinctions, yellow flag words and ways to synthesize the PBC’s words for the benefit of the PBC.

Students will explore the different uses of language, including distinctions, metaphors, stories, formulas, and other language formats that are effective when coaching. *Pre-requisite: Coaching Basics or 501 Intro to Coaching.


507 | COACHING TEAMS (ICF Certified):

(Two Day Course & Available Online)
Almost everything that we do in the life of the body of Christ is done with more than one person involved. This course distinguishes coaching individuals from coaching groups or coaching teams. The skills and models are different for each of these. We will focus on how to be a highly effective coach of teams in a church or denominational setting. *Pre-requisite: Coaching Basics or 501 Intro to Coaching.


508 | COACH APPROACH TO EVANGELISM AND DISCIPLESHIP (ICF Certified):

(Two Day Course & Available Online)
This course facilitates the coach to understand and appreciate coaching as an evangelism and discipleship relationship.Use coaching skills and the coaching process to help people move forward in faith commitments. Increase effectiveness as a catalyst for discipleship and evangelism. *Pre-requisite: Coaching Basics or 501 Intro to Coaching.


510 | COACH APPROACH TO LEADING & MANAGING (ICF Certified):

(Two Day Course & Available Online)

This course provides students the knowledge and skill necessary for taking a coach approach to working with teams, managing direct repots/volunteers, and leading within a church or other organization. Learn new skills and models for coaching, as well as working with teams. *Pre-requisite: Coaching Basics or 501 Intro to Coaching.


511 | GROWING YOUR COACHING PRACTICE (ICF Certified)

(Two Day Course & Available Online)

This advanced coaching class will help you…Gain new clarity about WHO you are and how your God-given identity needs to inform everything else about your coaching practice. Develop a a strong sense of WHAT you offer as a coach and how to share the benefits your clients gain by working with you. Zero in on WHOM you serve: your ideal client, niche, target market and their buying objectives. Design a clear five-part strategy for HOW you will grow your practice, covering the essentials of expanding your network, nurturing your network, contracting, strong starts with clients, and developing loyalty and referrals. *Pre-requisite: Coaching Basics or 501 Intro to Coaching.


ICSTL 601 FOCUS | MARRIAGE COACHING (PILOT)

This is a Pilot course. The International Coaching Federation (ICF) requires a course to be piloted (tested) before it can be submitted for accreditation. Once approved by ICF, this course will give the student 4 hours of ACSTH Coach Specific Training. Student will practice marriage coaching in class with feedback by trainer and other cohort students using the teach-demonstrate-do-review training model, and learn how to apply the ICF Statement of Ethical Conduct and 11 Core Competencies into coaching. This course offers a special focus emphasis on how to use the D.R.E.A.M model and introduces the 1 T.H.I.N.G. coaching model for marriage and family coaching (Oliver). Pre-requisite: 201 Foundational Dynamics of Coaching for Results or equivalent ICF-approved course.


ICSTL 701 FOCUS | Leadership Coaching (PILOT)

This is a Pilot course. The International Coaching Federation (ICF) requires a course to be piloted (tested) before it can be submitted for accreditation. Once approved by ICF, this course will give the student 4 hours of ACSTH Coach Specific Training. Student will practice leadership coaching in class with feedback by trainer and other cohort students using the teach-demonstrate-do-review training model, and learn how to apply the ICF Statement of Ethical Conduct and 11 Core Competencies into coaching. This course offers a special focus emphasis on how to use the D.R.E.A.M model and introduces other leadership coaching models and assessments. Pre-requisite: 201 Foundational Dynamics of Coaching for Results or equivalent ICF-approved course.


ICSTL 901 FOCUS | Coaching for Significance (PILOT)

This is a Pilot course. The International Coaching Federation (ICF) requires a course to be piloted (tested) before it can be submitted for accreditation. Once approved by ICF, this course will give the student 4 hours of ACSTH Coach Specific Training. Student will practice leadership coaching in class with feedback by trainer and other cohort students using the teach-demonstrate-do-review training model, and learn how to apply the ICF Statement of Ethical Conduct and 11 Core Competencies into coaching. This course offers a special focus emphasis on how to use the D.R.E.A.M model and will be introduced to the P.E.R.M.A. coaching model (Seligman). Course will also focus on client self-discovery of the difference between a success metric and a significance metric and the client's core values. Pre-requisite: 201 Foundational Dynamics of Coaching for Results or equivalent ICF-approved course.


AG COACHING 2 DAY IN-PERSON TRAINING SCHEDULE:


DAY 1

8:30 AM - 12:00 PM SESSION 1

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM LUNCH

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM SESSION 2


DAY 2

8:30 AM - 12:00 PM SESSION 1

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM LUNCH

1:00 PM - 5:00 PM SESSION 2