Process for certification and accreditation of coaching and mentoring courses
Process for Certification:
Application: The course provider submits an application for certification together with information regarding the format, subject matter, credentials of the teachers, and proof of adherence to ethical standards.
Application review: The IGH3P examines the application to make sure it complies with the fundamental requirements for certification. These requirements include:
- A formal education program that teaches the fundamental skills of coaching or mentoring.
- Instructors with training and practical knowledge in coaching or mentoring.
- A dedication to using moral counselling or mentoring techniques.
Evaluation: If the application satisfies the requirements, the course is evaluated. This may include attending a class session, studying the readings, and speaking with the professor and the students.
Certification is given if the course satisfies the assessment requirements. The IGH3P then lists the course as being certified.
Application: To apply for accreditation, the course provider must submit a detailed application that includes information on the course's structure, content, teachers' credentials, student results, and adherence to ethical standards.
Application review: The IGH3P examines the application to make sure it satisfies the stricter criteria for accreditation. These requirements include:
- A thorough program that incorporates both advanced subjects and methods in addition to the essential coaching or mentoring abilities.
- Instructors with a proven track record of successful student outcomes who are highly qualified, experienced, and skilled in coaching or mentoring.
- A steadfast dedication to moral coaching or mentoring methods, with controls in place to deal with moral dilemmas.
- Examples of testimonials or case studies that demonstrate successful student results.
Examination: If the application satisfies the requirements, a more thorough examination of the programme is carried out. This might include several inspections of class meetings, a careful examination of the course readings, and in-depth interviews with teachers and students.
Accreditation is given if the course satisfies the assessment standards. The IGH3P then lists the course as an accredited course, indicating that it satisfies the highest requirements for quality and excellence in coaching or mentoring.