Did you know that you can use coaching supervision hours to renew your ICF credentials?
While the International Coaching Federation (ICF) does not make coaching supervision mandatory for their members, the “ICF supports Coaching Supervision for professional coach practitioners as part of their portfolio of continuing professional development (CPD) activities designed to keep them fit for purpose.” 
This said, the “ICF recognizes Coaching Supervision as an important element of a coach’s professional development, learning and growth.” 
“ICF Credential-holders may submit up to 10 hours of Coaching Supervision (…) as Core Competency Continuing Coach Education (CCE) units toward their credential renewal.” 
As an ICF-certified coach, you need to renew your credentials every three years. Whether you are an ACC (Associate Certified Coach), PCC (Professional Certified Coach), or MCC (Master Certified Coach), you need to participate “in at least 40 hours of Continuing Coach Education completed in the three years since the initial award of your credential or since your last credential renewal. At least 24 hours of those 40 must be in core competencies.“ 
In other words, with coaching supervision, you can cover 25% of the total and over 40% of the core competency CCE hours you need to renew your ICF credential.
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Author: Gerrit Pelzer