ICF PCC Markers Training | Georgetown University Institute for Transformational Leadership | Thursday, 10. October 2019

The Institute for Transformational Leadership (ITL) at Georgetown University is proud to partner with the International Coach Federation (ICF) to sponsor Cohort 17 of the Professional Certified Coach (PCC) Marker Training.  The ICF has set a standard that all assessors and faculty that observe coaching students in an ICF ACTP program will be trained to listen for and evaluate according to the PCC Markers.
The training is a blended format with a total of 35 hours of instruction. This includes a series of seven (7) one-hour virtual training calls between October 2019 and February 2020, and a one-day in-person workshop on November 8, 2019 at Georgetown University’s School of Continuing Studies campus in downtown Washington, D.C. Participants will be required to complete a variety of assignments between the training sessions. 

Purpose of the training
To prepare credentialed coaches to assess students in ACTP schools using the PCC markers.
Program Objectives
At the conclusion of the program, the participant will:

Demonstrate understanding of the ICF Core Competencies and the PCC behavioral markers.
Demonstrate the ability to assess coach recordings within an established range determined by the ICF.
Demonstrate the ability to stay neutral and objective in assessing recordings at a PCC level. 

Key Training Dates
Oct. 10, 2019:  Live training call*
Nov. 8, 2019:    In-person training session, Washington, D.C.
Dec. 5, 2019:    Live training call
Dec. 12, 2019:  Live training call
Jan. 9, 2020:   Live training call
Jan. 16, 2020:   Live training call
Feb. 6, 2020:   Live training call
Mar. 5, 2020:   Live training call
* All live training calls will be held from 3 – 4 p.m. Eastern (New York) Time.

Participants will be awarded up to 35 hours of core competency Continuing Coach Education Units (CCEUs) by the ICF upon completion of this training.

1. Do I have to be an ICF credentialed coach to attend this training?
Yes, you must hold a PCC or MCC credential from the International Coach Federation. Individuals serving as faculty assessors at ACTP or ACSTH programs and/or who speak languages others than English will be given priority placement in this training program. 
2. How much time is involved for the completion of the entire course?
Approximately 35 instruction hours. See the training schedule for details including the dates of the live calls and the one-day onsite session.
3. What will I get out of this training?
In-depth understanding of the ICF PCC Markers and how to apply them in teaching and assessing students. Those who successfully complete the training would be authorized to use the PCC markers process for assessment within an ACTP. Individuals who successfully complete the training also may be invited to conduct assessments for the ICF portfolio process. (Please note that this is by invitation only, based on the needs of ICF to review Portfolio and ACSTH applicant recordings in any of the languages accepted for performance evaluations.)   
4. Is participation in the one-day in-person training session on Nov. 8, 2019, required to join this cohort? 
Yes, the in-person training session on Nov. 8, 2019, at the Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies in Washington, D.C., is a required component of the training program. ICF also offers all-virtual cohorts of the PCC Markers training. If you are unable to travel to Washington, D.C., for the in-person training session on Nov. 8, please consider registering for a future cohort of the PCC Markers training.

In-person Training Session:  November 8, 2019

Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies
640 Massachusetts Ave, NW Washington, DC 20001
November 8, 2019
Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
A light breakfast and lunch will be provided.

Ann Fogolin, MCC, PMC, B.A., B. Ed.

A coach since 2004, Ann partners with talented executives and people in transition who are dissatisfied with their current level of success and are looking for “something more.”  Ann’s style can be described as “straight shooting” creative and insightful.
Her practice includes clients from a wide variety of backgrounds at all levels of professional seniority and has a designed focus on increasing personal development, managing career development and honing leadership skills. All three areas arise as part of one’s professional capacity and she believes a cohesive approach works best to insure her clients are best equipped to assess and make choices that will be of most benefit. 
Ann is an MCC,  faculty member of Coach U,  an ICF assessor and has participated and has acted as a trainer, in the PCC marker training .
Giuseppe Totino, MCC, CPF, LLM, MSc
Giuseppe Totino, Master Certified Coach and Certified Professional Facilitator, is the principal of Giuseppe Totino LLC, a leadership and executive coaching business. For over 15 years he has worked with leaders in organizations and in the training of coaches as well as mentoring coaches who are applying for credentials. He has received certifications from The International Coach Academy, the Institute of Cultural Affairs, and has studied with the Centre for Nonviolent Communication.
 Giuseppe has been part of the Faculty at several coaching schools since 2009. He runs both group and individual mentor coaching programs, and is the creator of The EASY Framework, to help coaches easily and intuitively build confidence of the Coaching Core Competencies that are being exhibited when in a coaching conversation.
Giuseppe is an ICF Registered Mentor Coach and an Assessor for both the ICF MCC and PCC credentialing. In 2018 he was invited to learn the coaching behavioral markers for ICF and subsequently to deliver the Assessor PCC Markers Training Program in English and to launch the same Program in Spanish. 

Cancellation notices must be emailed to itlprograms@ PM on Monday, October 7 to receive a full refund of registration fee, less the nonrefundable processing fee of $50.00. If a cancellation is received after the deadline above, no refunds will be issued. No-shows are non-refundable.
In the unlikely event of program cancellation, Georgetown will refund 100 percent of registration fees paid. Georgetown assumes no liability for any penalty fees on airline tickets, deposits for hotel accommodations or any other fees, charges, penalties or other incidental costs that a registrant might incur as a consequence of a program cancellation.
For questions regarding this event, please contact Georgetown's Institute for Transformational Leadership (ITL) at ITLprograms@ call 202-687-7000.