Q: What is The MMS Coach Training?
A: The MMS Coach Training is an intensive and transformational certification program for people who want to be trained as MMS coaches… 1) To develop their capacity to facilitate others 2) To develop themselves both personally and professionally
Q: How long have you been conducting the Training?
A: Dr. Chérie Carter-Scott designed the MMS Coach Training in 1974 and conducted the first MMS Coach Training in 1974. Since then we have continued to conduct MMS Coach Trainings around the world.
Q: What is the purpose of the Training?
A: The purpose of the MMS Coach Training is to become an MMS certified coach, to learn coaching skills to apply to your current career, and to grow exponentially in awareness and interpersonal skills.
Q: What do I bring to the Training?
A: Your curiosity and your willingness to grow, to learn about yourself, interpersonal dynamics, and how to become a “Brilliant” MMS Coach.
Q: Why do people take The MMS Coach Training?
A: People take the MMS Coach Training because they want to grow in dramatic and profound ways; because they want a supportive and nurturing environment in which to learn about coaching; and because they want to hone and enhance their ability to help and support others.
Q: What do they hope to get out of the MMS Coach Training?
A: Every person who enrolls wants to be of service to others, to develop the art of asking questions that originate in their intuition. Many people become inspired to change aspects of their life from being at the effect of circumstances and people to being at cause. The overall philosophy of the MMS work is contained in the #1 bestselling book: If Life is a Game, These are the Rules: Ten Rules for Being Human. The ten rules philosophy provide all the necessary facets to help students navigate their coaching journey.
Q: What is the success rate?
A: Our success rate is exceptionally high because we administer a pre-assessment interview with each applicant that addresses their desire, willingness, belief, and commitment to becoming an MMS certified coach. We interview candidates to determine if there is a fit between what they are looking for and what we are offering. If there is not a match in expectations, we dissuade them from enrolling in the program.
Q: What differentiates the MMS Coach Training from other coach training co urses?
A: The MMS Coach Training is different from other trainings in these ways: 1) It is mostly conducted in person 2) It goes deeper and is very powerful 3) It addresses feelings as integral to the coaching process 4) Mirrors are a fundamental part of the reflective process 5) It includes energy, chakras, and flow.
Q: Can you tell me about the MMS Coach Training method?
A: Yes, Our approach is Socratic, probing with open-ended questions that invite the client to connect to their Inner Knowing and “preferences.” The discovery of one’s answers to life’s questions is profound and can also be life altering.
There are two facets to the MMS Coach Training process: The first portion of the MMS Coach Training is about being one’s best self and clearing/cleaning up areas that are unresolved from the past…so that you can truly be in integrity in the service of others. This means supporting each client whom you coach in reconciling their challenges, resolving past and present issues, and in ultimately living the life they want. This can only be accomplished by walking the talk to embody the coaching principles. The second facet of the training focuses on the coaching skills. The emphasis shifts from “Self” to “Other.” The focus on the client includes knowing how to structure a coaching session, how to elegantly achieve all of the client’s objectives in the time allotted, and to demonstrate the ICF core competencies with ease.
Q: What is the format of the Tútraining?
A: The format is customized for corporations based on their needs, geographical dictates, timeframes, and participants.
Q: Do I have to pay for Part A and Part B separate?
A: No. The tuition covers both Part A and Part B.
Q: Can I attend Part A and still get a Certificate of Attendance?
A: No. The course is an iCF accredited 60-hour ACSTH coauch training course and as Part A is a 30-hour part only, we can not issue a Certificatge of Attendance for partial participation.
Q: Why have you structured the course into two parts?
A: There are two reasons for it: 1) we respect your time and assume that you ghave other obligations to meet as well. Hence we can not request you to spend 8 consecutive days in a training room. 2) the period elapsing between the two Parts provide for opportuniies to practice the coach training skills you are learning in Part A. Therefore, when attending Part B, you will already have the basic confidence in your coaching skills and it will be easier to build the rest of the coaching skills on what you have already practiced.
Q: What happens, if I can not attend Part B on the pre-specified dates?
A: If you cannot attend Part B, you can defer your participation to the date of thesubsequent coach training Batch and continue learning onwards.
Q: Can I attend Part B first and then continue with Part A
A: Part B is built on part A, therefore you are required to start with attending Part A first.
Q: Will I get my ACC certificate immediately, when graduating from the ICF certifed ACSTH course delivered by MMS Institute?
No, but we will get you there. As per ICF, the requirements for ACC accrediatation are as follows:
At least 60 hours of coach-specific training through an ACTP or ACSTH program – WE GIVE THIS TO YOU
10 hours of Mentor Coaching over a minimum of three months to be documented on your online application. Your Mentor Coach must be a PCC or MCC in good standing – WE GIVE THIS TO YOU
Coaching log demonstrating 100 hours (75 paid) of coaching experience with at least eight clients following the start of your coach-specific training. At least 25 of these hours must occur within the 18 months prior to submitting the application for the credential – WE WILL HELP YOU WITH SUPPORT AND TIPS
Completion of the Coach Knowledge Assessment (CKA)C – YOU WILL NEED TO COMPLETE THIS YOURSELF, BUT WE HELP YOU IN GETTING PREPARED
Q: How much does it cost to get ICF Certified and who do I pay to?
Coach Knowledge AssesSment (CKA) pricing – this is to be paid directly to ICF:
ICF Members: $300 USD
Non-members: $500 USD
Estimated timeline for review: 4 weeks
Check the st up-do-date conditions for certification and apply for the CKA on the International Coach Federation website
Do you have other questions? What else would you like to know?
MMS Institute Coach Training & Consulting
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