All courses earn ICF Continuing Coach Education Units (CCEUs).
The International Coach Federation has been leading the development of professional coaching for more than a decade. An ICF credential demonstrates knowledge, skill, a commitment to high professional standards, and a strong code of ethics. Anyone serious about building or maintaining a coaching business should pursue an ICF credential.
The ORSC curriculum can be applied to obtain or renew any of the ICF’s three credentials:
Once you’ve chosen one of these three credentials to pursue, the next step is to choose an application path. The ICF outlines three application paths for obtaining an ACC and three paths for obtaining a PCC. There is only one application path for obtaining an MCC.
The ORSC curriculum is ICF accredited as coach-specific training hours for any credential level and application path.
After each course module in the ORSC series you will earn between 12 and 18 Continuing Coach Education Units (CCEUs). If you complete the entire five-course ORSC training, from Fundamentals to Systems Integration, you will earn 84 CCEUs. Those who go on to complete the full ORSC Certification programme will earn the credential ORSCC and an additional 99.5 CCEUs.
Completion of ORSC Certification provides the necessary CCEUs for ACC and PCC accreditation by the ICF.
Please visit the International Coaching Federation’s website for complete guidance to credentialing.