We can help you get ready to submit your application for EMCC Global Individual Accreditation – or have a roadmap to get there – through our Five Day Challenge
You are a trained coach or mentor, you have been practising for at least two years and you have had some great feedback from clients, yet for some reason, you have not yet achieved an individual accreditation with EMCC Global.
We have found that there are usually just a few things that prevent people from achieving their professional designation – sometimes it’s that they can’t find the paperwork, or have questions about their experience, or get sidetracked, or can’t find client feedback etc. Sometimes they are just not aware of accreditation!
Join us for a week of in-depth dynamic enquiry and reflection, as we help you identify what you need for your application, help you overcome barriers and just get it done! It’s straight forward – you will start the process on a Monday and be ready to submit on Friday, spending an hour or so each day in deep enquiry and reflection, and getting everything sourced and logged for your final submission.
You will be part of a group of coaches and mentors who all at the same point in their career as you – these connections could last a lifetime and set up mutual support for you as you progress as a professional coach or mentor.
Throughout the week, an EMCC Global facilitator will take you through the steps as you complete the process. If you need additional support during the week, we can organise advisor discussions for you. If you would benefit from an accountability partner then you can set that up as well during the sessions.
By the end of the week, you will either be in a position to submit your application or have a clear action plan for any additional logs you need to find or experience you need to gain which will allow you to do so. And we will continue to support you until you get there.
Holding an EMCC Global Individual Accreditation (EIA) is a way of demonstrating to your peers and your clients that you are serious about your professional development, that you subscribe to a globally recognised code of ethics, and that you maintain and build on the highest standards.
It shows that you are part of the EMCC Global family, and able to draw on the combined experience and expertise of some of the best performing coaches, mentors, and supervisors across the world.
We run EMCC Global Five Day Sprint Challenges every few weeks. In addition to this, individual training providers and/or country groups also run them at a local level.
What I find new and refreshing is the personal one-one approach, so different these days.
This brings much needed light, structure and forward progress to what I am doing and want to do.
Wonderful to see all these professional people on the same journey
A great opportunity for take our time, and to be motivated against new things to growing ourselves
Feeling of encouragement and thankfulness that I am lucky to see this great idea during such heavy time
Very clear process, with your direction and having this support into the rooms.
From the outside, when I was trying to prepare myself on my own to accomplish this, it looked much more difficult.
In order to achieve your professional designation, you will need to show:
Education and learning:
To be eligible for the EMCC Global Five Day Challenge, you must have completed an education and training with an EMCC Global-accredited provider (one holding an EMCC Global Quality Award – EQA – check the EQA list of providers here if you are unsure)
OR equivalent validated education, training. Examples include: Diploma/ Post Graduate Certificate in Coaching/ Mentoring from Higher Education Institutions e.g., Henley Business School, Université Paris Dauphine-PSL etc
OR in special cases equivalent validated ‘work based’ experience. Examples include Coaching and/or Mentoring role within an organisation supported by work-based learning and training eg IBM, Deloitte, Google etc (eg where ‘micro credentials’ are established to support work-based learning)
In some instances, where training is not officially registered as a regulated qualification, we may need further information relating to the content and standard of the learning and assessment of the overall programme. This is a very supportive celebratory process, respecting the significance of work-based learning to support coaching and/or mentoring practice and the development of wider leadership skills,
EMCC Global also recognises individual accreditations, professional designations and credentials aligned to the EMCC Global Individual Accreditation – EIA. Examples include:
If you do not currently hold either an EQA or an equivalent accredited education, training or experience in coaching and/or mentoring, then the Five Day Challenge is not for you HOWEVER we do offer pro bono mentor support with your ongoing practice, learning and accreditation application in your local language. To gain further information and support with your EIA, please contact the EMCC Global Accreditation Mentor Hub Project Manager/Team: [email protected]
As well as education/learning/training, you will need to show experience for different levels of accreditation:
The Five Day Challenge is not suitable for people who have had no experience in coaching or mentoring, who do not (yet) meet the criteria above or who are not ready to set aside the time for the week. It could be that the Five Day Challenge is something that you do in the future, but it’s not for you right now. We run Five Day Challenges every three to four months, and individual training providers and affiliated countries also sometimes run a version of the 5DC.
This 5DC is a “get it done” week of intense mentoring as you get ready to submit your application for individual accreditation with EMCC Global. It’s for people who – for whatever reason – have got stuck and need a boost. We expect you to work! To make a commitment to yourself to achieve, to make a commitment to your facilitators and your group to be there. We also want you to get a massive boost from the week, to have had the opportunity to explore your practice, to make new connections and to grow.
The week’s mentoring to support this process is free for members of EMCC Global or EMCC Global affiliated countries and regions, you pay for the accreditation itself.
Accreditation fees for EMCC members: who have completed an EMCC Global Quality Award Programme, OR an equivalent Education/Training Coaching and/or Mentoring Programme, alongside other related prior learning and experience:
The answer is no – the sessions themselves are special for the group itself and form a trusting set of conversations. It can get quite deep in enquiry, and we find that recording the sessions can stifle openness.
Ideally, yes. You will form part of a cohort group of peers who rely on each other for mutual support, inspiration and accountability. If you are not there, the rest of the group misses your input. Plus, it adds additional pressure on the facilitators to bring you up to speed on what you have missed – our facilitators are volunteers and so we want to use their time wisely.
Search through our database to find an EMCC Mentor/Coach or EMCC Accredited Supervisor near you who matches your requirements. If you are an EMCC mentor/coach or EMCC Accredited Supervisor and wish to edit the basic profile already in place then please log in, go to membership, then choose the option for 'My Account'.
You can also use this search facility to find all our EMCC Global Volunteers, see who volunteers for what, and contact them via their EMCC email addresses. If you are an EMCC Global Volunteer and wish to amend your volunteer profile please contact [email protected]