Why should an Education Body/Training Organisation register their courses and/or workshops for Self-certification?
Self-Certification of each course and/or workshop confirms to the consumer (prospective or current student) which Industry Codes of Conduct are included in the course and/or workshop.
Only Formal Education Bodies and Private Commercial Training Organisations who are currently Registered with the IRCM, may apply for Self-Certification of each course and/or workshop.
course is a series of lectures or lessons in a particular subject, leading to an examination and qualification.
workshop is a seminar, discussion group, programme, or similar, that demonstrates and applies one or more techniques, skills. etc.
For consumer clarification, you will be asked to confirm if your course/workshop includes all or specific details/clauses from the IRCM Unified Code of Industry Ethics, IRCM Unified Coaching and Mentoring Industry Core Competencies, the Disciplinary Process, and/or the Ombudsman Service details.
The IRCM accepts that certain short courses and workshops may be focusing on one specific area of the industry and as such other clauses and sub-clauses may not be applicable for that particular short course or workshop.
Currently all information provided by and correspondence with the IRCM is in English.
The approved Regulator for the Coaching and Mentoring Industry:
providing support to the Coaching and Mentoring Industry Consumers, working closely with coaches, mentors, education, and coaching/mentoring organisations;
to address issues, promote excellence and improve confidence with all consumers in the international community of coaching and mentoring.
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