Resource Development CCE
Resource Development Continuing Coach Education (CCE) Accreditation* is granted for supplemental and advanced learning opportunities in skills that contribute to the professional development of a coach (e.g., personal development, coaching assessments or tools, business building, or other material that falls outside of the ICF Core Competencies).
One Resource Development Continuing Coach Education (CCE) unit is awarded for each one hour spent in Resource Development CCE. Break time is not included in CCE units. CCE units may be awarded in fractions and will not be rounded up or down. CCE units may be awarded for all or part of the total training hours in a course.
Resource Development CCE units may be delivered via the following training methods:
- Synchronous Learning (SL): Refers to a learning environment allowing synchronous (real-time) interactions between faculty and students. This may include time spent in direct instruction, real-time discussions, observation and feedback or practice coaching sessions, and mentoring students. SL CCE may be delivered live via lecture, telephone conference, or webinar.
- Asynchronous Learning (AL): Refers to a learning environment outside of real-time interaction between faculty and students. These may include outside reading, writing, research, journaling, and various other activities that may occur outside of the synchronous setting.
- Blended Learning (BL): Refers to a learning environment in which training is delivered through a combination of both Synchronous Learning and Asynchronous Learning. For more information please refer to the ICF Blended Learning Requirements.
*If you are delivering training that only qualifies as Resource Development CCE (training in personal development, coaching assessments or tools, business building, or other material that falls outside of the ICF Core Competencies), you are not eligible for the CCE Program Accreditation Process.
You will not be granted the same privileges as an officially accredited CCE provider (i.e. permission to use CCE logo and a listing on ICF Training Program Search Service.)
You may award RD CCE units via your own certificate, letter or email on letterhead with student name, name of the event/class, date, and amount of hours completed.