The International Coach Federation (ICF) website offers a wealth of information and resources for ICF members and the general public. We have collected some of the most frequently used information and resources available on the ICF website and provided it for easy reference below along with quick links that will take you directly to the location of the most frequently used information and services on the ICF site. Look here to find information on:
- MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION & RENEWAL
- VIRTUAL EDUCATION
- CREDENTIAL RENEWALS
- ICF EVENTS CALENDAR
- ICF PROFESSIONAL INSURANCE PROGRAM
MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION & RENEWAL
Did you know that there are hundreds of hours of archived virtual education sessions on the ICF website that are available for free to ICF members? And credentialed members – did you know that up to 6 hours of these archived sessions can count towards the “self-study” portion of renewing your ICF credential?
(You must be an ICF member to access sessions through this link.)
There are also live teleconference education sessions from around the world offered every month through the ICF website. These sessions are often free, or available for a small fee, and can provide Continued Coaching Education Units (CCEU’s) to be used towards renewal of your ICF credential. To search for upcoming education sessions, visit the ICF events calendar.
To review more information about the Virtual Education available, and how to use it towards your CCE, visit the FAQ page at:
There are three ICF Credentials: Associate Certified Coach (ACC), Professional Certified Coach (PCC), and Master Certified Coach (MCC). Each credential requires a specific set of required hours of coach-specific training and coaching experience. Visit our Get Credentialed page for more details on obtaining or renewing your credential.
Read the latest about what’s going on in coaching and coaching research from around the world.
EVENTS CALENDAR: Global ICF Events Calendar
The ICF events calendar includes information about upcoming virtual education sessions, coaching conferences and events around the world.
ICF PROFESSIONAL INSURANCE PROGRAM
Most large corporations and government departments now require that you maintain E&O Insurance. Regardless, E&O insurance is an important risk management strategy. Maintaining E&O insurance demonstrates to your clients that you are serious about protecting them and your business.
E&O insurance does NOT cover claims related to bodily injury or property damages sustained by a third party. CGL insurance protects you for claims brought against you for bodily injury or property damage sustained by a third party (i.e., your clients or subcontractors).
Most companies, government departments and meeting venues now require that you maintain CGL Insurance.
Click here for the Information Brochure on LMS Prolink Professional E&O and CGL Insurance programs for ICF members.