International Society for Coaching Psychology

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Recognised Courses/Workshops & Approved Centres

 

Please e-mail membership for an application form, clearly stating whether you wish to apply for course/workshop recognition or approved centre status. Alternatively you can download an application by clicking here for Course/workshop recognition or Approved Centre Status.   

APPLICATION PROCESS COURSE/WORKSHOP RECOGNITION

 

The International Society for Coaching Psychology course and workshop recognition system confers recognition for education and training in the field of coaching psychology.

The system also offers guidance and a level of quality assurance for ISCP members planning their coaching psychology related annual continuing professional development (CPD) or education activities. (See criteria below).

Successful applicants will be able to state that their course or workshop is recognized by the International Society for Coaching Psychology as providing CPD or CPE for its members. The title, date and contact information of the course or workshop can also be listed on the event section of the Society's website.  

 

 
Criteria for Assessment for International Society for Coaching Psychology (ISCP) Course and Workshop Recognition

 

The following sets out criteria that form part of the assessment process for ISCP Course and Workshop Recognition Status. Applicants may find it useful to review this information prior to submitting an application.
Following confirmation that an application has been successful an organisation will be entitled to state that the course or workshop is ‘Recognised by the International Society for Coaching Psychology as providing CPD/CPE for its Members’.
 
CRITERIA
  • The Course Director (and preferably, course faculty members) is a full member of the International Society for Coaching Psychology with the member grade MISCP.
  • Details of trainers or tutors experience/qualifications are provided, reflecting they appear appropriate to deliver the course/workshop.
  • Details provided of course/workshop accreditation and/or recognition from other professional bodies.
  • The aims, objectives, and teaching methodologies of the course/workshop should be detailed, and make appropriate and sufficient reference to coaching psychology and related theory, practical skills and/or research.
  • The course/workshop details should specify face-to-face contact time, either in ‘classroom’ context or in supervised practice.
  • The course/workshop content and summary of activities (e.g. pre-reading, course work) should be detailed to provide an accurate reflection of the number of CPD/E hours claimed in the application.
  • An opportunity is provided for the participants/delegates to provide the course director with feedback. Where appropriate, the ISCP reserve the right to request a random selection of delegate feedback forms for monitoring purposes.
  • Further information on both the providing organisation and the course/workshop should be made available, in hard copy or electronically, for the purposes of this assessment process.
 
If successful, recognition is granted for single presentations and annually for repeated courses/workshops. Courses/workshops will need to be re-submitted for recognition after a 12 month period. If a single presentation is repeated within a 12 month period an additional fee will be applied but resubmission of the application will not be necessary.

 

 
APPLICATION PROCESS APPROVED CENTRE STATUS

Criteria for Assessment for International Society for Coaching Psychology (ISCP) Approved Centre Status

 

The following sets out criteria that form part of the assessment process for ISCP Approved Centre Status. Applicants may find it useful to review this information prior to submitting an application. 

Following confirmation that an application has been successful an organisation will be entitled to state they have achieved the ‘International Society for Coaching Psychology Approved Centre Status’, providing initial and continuing professional development/education for its Members.

CRITERIA:

  • The Centre Director (and preferably, course faculty members) is an Accredited member of the International Society for Coaching Psychology with the member grade MISCPAccred.
  • Details of trainers or tutors experience/qualifications are provided, reflecting they are appropriate to deliver training in coaching psychology and related theory, practical skills and/or research.
  • If the Centre runs courses that include supervision of coaching psychologists, trainers/supervisors should be ISCP Registered Supervisors.
  • Details provided of centre, course/workshop accreditation and/or recognition from other professional bodies.
  • The aims, objectives, and teaching methodologies of the courses/programmes run by the centre should be detailed, and make appropriate and sufficient reference to coaching psychology and related theory, practical skills and/or research.
  • The course/workshop details should specify contact time, either in ‘classroom’context or in supervised practice and a summary of activities (e.g. pre-reading, course work).
  •  An opportunity is provided for the participants/delegates to provide the course director with feedback. Where appropriate, the ISCP reserve the right to request a random selection of delegate feedback forms for monitoring purposes.
  • Details of the organisations complaint procedure/policy are provided.
  •  Further information on both the providing organisation and the course/workshop should be made available if required, in hard copy or electronically, for the purposes of this assessment process.
 
If successful, Approved Centre Status is granted for single presentations (e.g. an annual period). Applications will need to be re-submitted after a 12 month period and an annual maintenance fee will be required.