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Preparing for the New ICF Credentialing Exam - A first step in your exam journey
Tuesday, March 28, 2023, 12:00 PM until 1:00 PM
Virtual: For Zoom details register for event.
ICFNE Virtual Events
Registration is required
Payment In Full In Advance Only
Registration cancellations will be accepted until Monday, March 27, 2023 at 12:01 AM
When you think about the impending ICF Credentialing Exam, how do you feel? Are you excited, impatient, and raring to show off your coaching knowledge? Or, like many test-takers, do you feel a bit apprehensive, inadequate, and overwhelmed by the imminent need to perform well? This informational webinar is a first step towards preparing for the exam. You’ll learn what’s new, how the on-site and remote options work from the perspective of coaches that have passed the exam and experience a sample exam scenario at Study Speed. You’ll learn how to apply for the exam and find your results. For those that want more you’ll learn about a 4-step program that provides a proven approach for preparing for the exam using training with test questions and feedback, tips, consulting, group coaching and cohort learning. The truth is you can successfully pass the Exam. In an experiment to show how testing supports improved learning in adults, the American Psychological Association shares, “adults of various ages improved their retention of new information…if they were tested on the material and received feedback on their scores, rather than just restudying the materials…” Moreover, the findings show that taking a test as soon as the study period ends leads to “…significantly better…” results. Program participants highly recommend the program to build confidence, understand what’s ahead, and partnering with others who are motivated to perform well.
Upon completion of this program, participants will be able to:
- Understand the differences between the former Coach Knowledge Assessment and the new Credentialing Exam
- Understand exam content & timeline sitting for the exam
- Understand real-world experiences with on-site and remote options
- Experience answering an example scenario at Study Speed
- Learn about CCG’s 4-week program to prepare for the exam intellectually, emotionally, and practically
Rich Barton is a Professional Coach focused on individual and team performance, leadership growth, and retirement transition with deep experience in global tech, R&D, service, support, and facilitation.
Rich is a member of the Creative Coaching Group (CCG), a partnership of ICF coaches that offers an extensive range of experiences and provides individual and group coaching, training, keynote speeches, facilitation, and related services.
Maravi Melendez-Davis is a Executive Professional Coach, Team Development Professional, ICF course Trainer with experience in corporate business, higher education & tourism managing programs, projects, people and culture.
Maravi is a member of the Creative Coaching Group (CCG), a partnership of ICF coaches that offers an extensive range of experiences and provides individual and group coaching, training, keynote speeches, facilitation, and related services.
The session will be recorded and available to registrants after the session, but you must participate in the session live in order to receive any related Core Competency CCEs (if applicable).
CCE Units: .25 Core Competencies and .75 Resource Development ICF CCEU's will be available for this event
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