Commercial Organisations comprise both industry-related organisations and non-industry related organisations.

The industry related organisations information can be found under Education and Training, and Professional Bodies.  All other organisations will be referred to as non-industry related organisations and the information will be found below.

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Commercial OrganisationsCommercial Organisations are simply organisations (small, medium, or large) that are:

  1. industry-related organisations within the industry: Coach, Mentor, Private Commercial Training Organisation, Formal Education Body, and Professional Body.
    There is no separate directory of industry-related organisations as these found on the IRCM CIC industry-specific directories.
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  2. non-industry related organisations are organisations from outside the industry that employs (directly or indirectly through contracts) Coaches and/or Mentors; or who run organisations (generally recognised as agencies) who market through directories and lists, or who place with ‘clients’ specific Coaches and/or Mentors.  Agencies may also market training and education.
    Therefore it is not the organisation that falls into the coaching and mentoring industry, but the coaches and/or mentors that provide the product (training/education) and/or service (coaching and/or mentoring).   These products and/or services can be provided to any individual or organisation (Owners, Directors, Leaders, Managers, Staff).
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  3. supporting organisations are split into two categories:
    1. The first is supporting organisations that provide products and services to the coaching and mentoring industry through support groups.
    2. The second is a supporting organisation that provides products and services to everyone within the coaching and mentoring industry: accounting, tax, legal, websites, advertising, infomercials, marketing, etc.

Consumers for supporting Commercial Organisation are generally considered to be their clients (consumers) and this directory provides those consumers with a single place for transparency and openness.

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It is important to recognise that the IRCM CIC does not validate the quality of the organisations unless they have requested an independent verification through Accreditation.  The IRCM CIC provides these organisations with the opportunity to demonstrate their commitment to their consumers by Registering, but recommends that each consumer does their own due diligence.

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Currently, all information provided by and correspondence with the IRCM CIC is in English.