Becoming a Chartered Institute: is coaching ready?

The journey towards Chartered Institute (CI) status for coaching in the UK appears to be even more challenging than previously thought, according to the Accreditation Forum’s sub-committee looking at the viability of CI status. As well as potential disadvantages, such as the UK coaching industry’s complexity, there are many potential benefits too (see box, below) and a number of possible steps towards full CI status, which may offer some of the benefits, without going the whole way, suggested the sub-committee. The committee was led by GSK’s Sally Bonneywell. Other members included UK ICF’s Joy Harcup, APECS’ Jeremy Ridge, Oxford Brookes […]

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