Augere is committed to training not only the most competent coaches but to ensure that they become the most successful thanks to their professional rigour.
We therefore propose the Co-Active Coach Certification Program in collaboration with the Coaches Training Institute (CTI), one of the pioneering schools in coach training in the United States, whose certification program was the first certified by the International Coach Federation (ICF).
We also offer the Team Coaching Program and ORSC (Organization and Relationship Coaching Program) along with the Centre for Right Relationship (CRR), the pioneering school in team and relationship coaching.
Both programs are international and receive the highest level ICF accreditation as ACTP (Accredited Coach Training Programs).
Other programs on the portfolio of the Augere Continuity Program, such as the Advanced Practice in Coaching, High Voltage, The Leadership Circle, Co-active Leadership, are programs certified by the ICF as CCU (Continuing Coaching Education Units) hours of accredited training necessary for renewing the certifications of coaches adhered to the ICF.
The ICF is the most important resource in the world for professional and personal coaches, and the reference source for those looking for a coach. The ICF is a non profit-making organisation of individual association formed by professionals from around the world who practise professional and personal coaching, and has over 15,000 members in more than 90 countries.
The basic objectives of the ICF are to promote art, science and the practice of professional coaching. Our immediate objective is to place ICF on the highest level and to turn it into a firm (unified) voice for the coaching profession, giving more and more value for members.
The ICF is recognised around the world for:
- Its key coaching skills.
- Uniting its members in the global coaching community.
- Establishing an ethical deontological professional code.
- Developing an accreditation program that is recognised internationally.
- Offering opportunities for collaboration through local ICF sections.
- Encouraging and disseminating research into coaching.
- Establishing steps for coaching training programs.
- Nurturing thematic discussions through special interest groups.
- Organising regional and international conferences.
- Allying with strategic members and resources to the benefit of the members of the organisation.
The ICF foresees a future in which coaching is an integral part of society and in which the ICF members are at the maximum quality of professional coaching. To achieve this, the ICF works with the following aims:
- Increasing the value and the benefit of participation in the ICF.
- Defining the reference levels for professional coaches, in theory and practice.
- Being considered the most credible and reliable source of information for members, the profession and the public.
- Ensuring that coaches with ICF accreditation are those preferred by the public.