Christian Coaching Program

PBC is proud to be working in Partnership with Arrow Leadership in offering an ICF Certified Coach Mastery program.

The Coach Mastery Certification will help you develop the skill set to successfully coach yourself, individuals, and teams into greater personal and vocational effectiveness.

You will be equipped to coach others in making positive and dramatic changes utilising tested coaching tools and models.

At Arrow, we believe that coaching is one of the most powerful ways to see leaders, teams, and organisations transformed for maximum impact and influence. Because of this, we take pride in offering exceptional training to help people implement a coaching approach within their unique area of influence – whether organisational leadership, team development, or private coaching practice.

The program is made up of 2 units, taken consecutively:

  • XXXX Practice and Models of Coaching
  • XXXX Ethical Coaching practice

 

Study Mode

The course can be completed from anywhere in Australia. There is no requirement to attend physical classes, however students will participate in online classes each week.

Course Options

Part of an Accredited Course or Professional Development course

The course can be taken for credit towards a PBC Award in Ministry (undergraduate or postgraduate) or it can be completed as a professional development activity.

Enrolment opportunities

2024 Cohort 2

  • Thursdays 7 – 9 pm (AEDT)
  • 4 July – 28 November

2024 Cohort 3

  • 6 x Thursdays 12 – 6 pm (AEDT)
  • October 2024 – March 2025
Pathways

Upon completion of the course, graduates can apply for Membership with the International Coach Federation (ICF). (https://coachingfederation.org/)

Please get in touch with the college at [email protected] for more information.

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“The thing I loved most about PBC was the environment. We have a Christian community on campus, support from the lecturer, lovely students and fellowship. It has encouraged me to feel part of the community.”

OBANG BACHELOR OF MINISTRY (BMIN)