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Accredited Award in Coach Training (AACT)
Module 1: Tue 22 – Wed 23 Mar
Module 2: Tue 5 – Wed 6 Apr
Module 3: Tue 26 – Wed 27 Apr
9.30am - 5.45pm

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£1,630 (plus VAT if reclaimable)

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Overview of our AACT course


In order to gain the AACT qualification you will need to do:

  • 40 hours of classroom study
  • 10 hours of self-study
  • 6 hours of coaching practice

Our AACT course slightly exceeds these requirements, and The AACT qualification is relevant for the AC’s ‘Foundation Coach’ and ‘Coach’ levels.

How to gain the AACT Qualification

You can gain the AC’s AACT qualification by attending our NLP Diploma course, plus:

  • Completing a 2 day Core Coaching Skills course
  • Listening to selected NLP Practitioner CDs and answering approx. 20 questions (5 hours)
  • Writing an essay (approx. 1,000 words) on NLP Presuppositions and AC coaching competencies. (5 hours).
  • Completing 12 hours of evidenced coaching practice plus 1 hour of supervision.

Why do this course?

  • learn excellent foundation coaching skills, whether you are a coach or line manager
  • begin or progress your journey towards a coaching qualification
  • achieve a coach training accreditation

What will you learn?

You can see the syllabus for the six day on the NLP Diploma course page (4 days) and the 2 day Core Coaching Skills course page.

The Lazarus Consultancy AC AACT

The Lazarus Consultancy AC AACT

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What the AC says about our course

  • is underpinned by the Codes of Ethics of the AC, Association of NLP (ANLP), ICF
  • is based on NLP Coaching methods, supplemented with coverage of AC/ICF
  • exceeds the required number of class based training and self-study hours required for this level of AC Coach Training Accreditation
  • covers a variety of coaching approaches and models which participants are able to observe and practice to support their development
  • includes a wide variety of self-study activities to further support the development of participants skills and knowledge
  • details clear guidance for participants when undertaking their coaching practice inside and outside of class
  • ensures that participants are observed and received feedback throughout the duration of the programme
  • incorporates the use of a learning log as a development tool
  • includes mandatory supervision for participants
  • gives participants clear guidelines regarding the written assignments that are required
  • has a rigorous and robust evaluation process in place.

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