I am proud to announce that I have recently been awarded with the Coach of Excellence accreditation from the Professional Development Consortium.
Once my application was accepted (having met and/or exceeded the criteria needed), both myself and my coaching business embarked on an independent third party verification process to ensure that the highest of standards were achieved in all areas of the business. This is a rigorous and robust process that predominantly focuses on 4 key principles - My Coaching Practice, The Coaching Provision I offer, Client Satisfaction and my methods for Maintaining Excellence.
I have been benchmarked against best practice across all areas of my business and can guarantee that the coaching provision delivered will be the best that can be offered not only now, but in the future too.
The accreditation allows me to offer, to those who need them, CPD points/certificates and demonstrates that I am committed to delivering a high quality, reliable and consistent learning experience, verification of my client's satisfaction while remaining relevant and displaying an elevated level of business credibility and reputation.
The Professional Development Consortium Ltd is home to the Coach of Excellence, CPD Standards Office and the Provider of Excellence accreditations along with the ongoing research project (started in 2010). The Consortium's wealth of knowledge and research within the Learning and Development Industry and their team of industry professionals that make up their Expert Advisory Board are a few of the reasons that contribute to the detailed and rigorous assessment process that they have in place.
As an accredited Coach of Excellence, I would like to confirm that I am committing to maintaining the high calibre coaching provision I offer and demonstrate the outstanding processes and procedures in place to ensure clients and potential clients are getting the very best service delivery.
Claire Cahill is a Confidence and Leadership Coach specialising in Employee Engagement which gave her the material to write her books