Demystifying Credentialing for USCMA members and Coaching Masters students
Join Tracy Tresidder MCC & ICF Assessor for an interactive 75 mins to unlock the mysteries surrounding the ICF credentialing process. During this webinar we will look at:

• Why gaining your coaching credential is important even with a Coaching Psychology Master’s Degree?
• What exactly is credentialing all about?
• How do you go about it?
• What part of the Coaching Masters is recognised by ICF?
• How far am I already on my own credentialing path?
• What do I need to do next?
• What resources are available to me?
• Q&A

Clear up the myths surrounding ICF and the credentialing process by attending this FREE webinar

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Sep 26, 2019 06:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Speakers

Tracy Tresidder
M.Ed, MCC
Tracy is a coach, author, lecturer, speaker, mentor and the International Coach Federation Australasia (ICFA) 2009 Coach of the Year (NSW). She has a Masters degree in Education, is an ICF Master Certified Coach (MCC), Past President of the ICF Australasia, an accredited ICF Assessor, a member of the ICFA Professional Standards Committee, an ICF registered Mentor Coach and a member of the University of Sydney's Coaching and Mentoring Association. Her contributions to the coaching industry have been impressive. She has brought a wealth of knowledge, creativity, compassion, exacting standards of quality, passion, fun and a drive to excel. She sets a high standard to which others aspire. Tracy provides leadership to the coaching community through her contribution to the International Coach Federation Australasia (ICFA) and ICF Global Communities. She has been a coach for 18 years, with over 5000 logged coaching hours.