Executive & Organisational Coach Certificate



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Executive and Organisational Coach Certificate


The Executive and Organisational Coaching Certificate (EOCC) is a highly practical training programme that provides you with the Coaching skills to be the best leader you can be.

The coaching programme is delivered through a combination of in-person training, online learning webinars, self-study, and practise with fellow students. This course fully prepares you to deliver skilled coaching in your professional capacity.

Executive and Organisational Coach Certificate Live Online Training
Your hosts Andrew & Mary Britton, Coaching Pacific
Why adopt coaching in your business?


Develop your self-awareness, improve functional relationships and general leadership skill set.

Team Building


Gain knowledge, skills and confidence in building teams who think independently and creatively.



Empower your teams to embrace the habits and principles of coaching.



Mentor your coachees to become solutions focused and more self-directed.

International expertise in coaching principles to make your business succeed.

Providers of ICF Accredited Coach Training

Our full coach training programme, the Executive and Organisational Coaching Certificate (EOCC) is fully accredited with ‘Approved Coaching Specific Training Hours’ (LEVEL 1) by the ICF. This means the programme provides the required hours for your application to apply for the Associate Certified Coach (ACC) credential.

The impact of coach training

Our Executive and Organisational Coaching Certificate (EOCC) exceeds people’s expectations and improves their career, coaching and leadership outcomes.

The coaching programme works across industries and disciplines – as every individual puts their own success at the heart of their training with Coaching Pacific

Don’t just take our word for it…

“This course has been incredible. The tools, the course and the facilitators are amazing and they create an environment where you just want to learn and it’s so much fun! My listening, my quality of being able to coach, navigating difficult conversations has become some much easier!”

Melanie Unstead

HR Capability Partner, Southern Cross Health

“This training has been a game-changer for me. The coaching programme transcends barriers such as status, position and level of issue to support clarity of thinking and transformative action across the organisations that I work with.”


Work and Employment Consultant

Programme Content

This programme builds robust coaching and leadership skills to a level which can achieve a globally recognised ICF credential.

The programme delivers 67.5 hours of International Coach Federation Approved Coach Specific Training Hours (LEVEL 1).

Our ICF accredited coaching course (EOCC) takes place over 3 months plus 2 optional supervision webinars. The EOCC course comprises face to face, ‘Live’ days and a series of webinars, to allow maximum flexibility in delivery and allowing us to make the course affordable. There are three core phases and an optional fourth phase to the coaching programme.

The latest Coaching Pacific class celebrating completing their coaching course

Introductory Webinar
We introduce you to your trainers, answer your questions, and consider where coaching fits into the leadership landscape. The purpose of this session is to get logistics handled so that we can move straight into content and learning from the beginning of Live Day 1.

EOCC Live Day 1
We start with getting to know you – ensuring you are ready to begin. Then it’s learning tips, defining coaching and an entertaining video. Your trainers demonstrate coaching, and you have a chance to try coaching for yourself before lunch. All of your coaching practices will be relevant to your unique situation.
After lunch we look at the core principles of coaching, the habits of effective coaches, and the foundations of coaching. Followed by communication skills – beginning with listening; then speaking with clarity – offering you three things to include every time you speak. We complete with an introduction to all aspects of clarifying, and leave with an overnight assignment.

EOCC Live Day 2
We begin with an energising review of Live Day 1, then get back to communication skills. Today we move more deeply into speaking with clarity; we incorporate all aspects of clarifying and then we cover permission, feedback, acknowledgement and questions – with many practical exercises using real scenarios.
We introduce the Coaching Conversation Cycle and you bring all your communication skills together in your own practice, as your trainers begin observing your coaching in our Competency Observation process.

You will receive individual feedback, verbally and in writing. These are followed by more trainer demonstrations, more practice in pairs and small groups, plus a pertinent video. We consider practical acknowledgement. And begin the Coaching Conversations Route. We complete the day with your overnight assignment.

EOCC Live Day 3
We begin with the review and your questions. Now we work on the complete structure for whole coaching conversations. You will use both your developed communication skills and the Coaching Conversation Cycle, within the Coaching Conversations Route. Introducing SMARTER and PURE goals. We cover Creating Actions and Reviewing Actions so that you leave the Live Days ready to go out and coach.
We look together at connect and coach opportunities; and use a video which will inspire you into an individual challenge to work on in your coaching exchanges. We offer more demonstrations, build up your own practice, and help you utilize development observations from your trainers. We complete the day with your takeaway assignment.

We have 5 webinars of 90 minutes which comprise your Group Mentoring component as part of you ICF required training. These webinars focus on the ICF Core Competencies and Code of Ethics. Delivered online, we will also use the time for some coaching practice and discussion to heighten your learning.

EOCC Live Day 4
We come back together to amplify your understanding – More tools, new models and a deepening of your presence as you coach.

Perspective – an exploration of the clarity of distance – one of the great gifts of an accomplished coach.
Developing self awareness/Emotional Intelligence – as a coach you work with coaches on their self-awareness and emotional intelligence all the time; it is our own ability to be aware of our thoughts, beliefs and values which support us best in eliciting new learning in coaching sessions.
Team coaching – What stays the same, where are the differences? how do we coach a team? Which elements of our contracting into team coaching best support success in this mode?
Performance and Development coaching – Techniques, considerations – how do our freshly-honed coaching skills support us in performance and development work?

EOCC Live Day 5
Now we add the polish to everything the successful coaching leader or Executive and Organisational coach needs. Today we begin working with formal feedback tools (e.g. 360 degree tools); we move to developing coaching culture or cultures of engagement within organisations; + a practical session on establishing ROI and ROE; and we conclude our time together learning how to complete a formal coaching series. We celebrate your achievements and success.

We are committed to your continuous improvement as a coach; and Supervision allows you to bring your coaching back into the safe space of your EOCC group to look at what is working, what could be better; to consider your self-awareness, and monitor for anything which may be getting in the way of your excellent coaching.

This phase consists of two webinars, one per month, which will monitor your success and assist you to iron out any challenges you may be having. We use both coaching and teaching in these sessions, which ensures your people’s new skills are honed, grown and developed. Find out more here.

Please note: Phase 4 is optional and in addition to the core EOCC training programme.

Frequently Asked Questions

Need some help to decide why Coaching Pacific and the EOCC programme is the best choice for your people and your business?

We understand that any training can be a significant investment for any business, which is why we have provided answers to our most frequently asked questions.

What are Coaching Pacific’s Vision and objectives for the EOCC?

Our vision is to build coaching capability, developing new levels of self-awareness and self-responsibility to coaches, organisations, coachees, colleagues and clients – resulting in more satisfying and productive lives.
Our objectives are that you complete the programme as a well-trained and competent coach, who understands and applies the Ethics and Professional Standards of coaching; with well developed self-awareness and self-responsibility.

What are the biggest take-aways from this programme?

You will learn to coach both formally and informally and be able to apply these skills as a professional coach or as a leader. You will earn a Coaching Pacific Executive and Organisational Coaching Certificate. You will take away a skill set and an ability to deepen and improve all of your functional relationships – with coachees, clients, colleagues and leaders. You will improve your understanding of yourself and you will know yourself better as a learner. You will have a deepened level of understanding of all aspects of change at a personal, professional and organisational level. 

And everyone is different! You will define your own intentions for the programme, which will include your definitions of a successful training for you. The coaching skill set includes a mastery of communication skills; your listening will deepen, your speaking will become clearer, more committed and succinct. You will learn and experience the benefits of empowering your coachees to become solutions focused and more self-directed.

How many hours of the EOCC are student/trainer contact hours?

Student/Trainer contact hours are 54 hours. The programme offers 67.5 hours in total which can be counted when using the ACSTH (Approved Coaching Specific Training Hours) pathway for credentialing with ICF. We appreciate that working your way through the credentialing process can raise questions and we are always happy to answer these for our participants.

What is the EOCC based on?

It uses the International Coach Federation Core Competency framework as a backbone, and uses aspects from positive psychology and neuroscience to bring all of the simple models and Competencies alive. It is also based on our years of successfully coaching people within organisations, the experience training leaders as coaches and career executive coaches.

What value is the Coaching Pacific Executive and Organisational Coaching Certificate to me?

The team at Coaching Pacific comprise credible and vastly experienced coaches, trainers and facilitators. Our founders, Andy and Mary, are fully accredited ICF coaches and you can understand more about their and the team’s experience here. This is an internationally approved programme by the ICF (International Coaching Federation), meaning your training provides you with the necessary Approved Coach Specific Training Hours (LEVEL 1) to support your application to gain an internationally recognised qualification that will benefit you both professionally and personally.

As a LEVEL 1 provider, the EOCC now contains 7 of the 10 mentoring hours required to further your ICF application. And Coaching Pacific are now also approved to be your coach recording assessors, for the ICF required coaching session recording, when you are nearing the time to put in your application to the ICF

What are the benefits to me of this focus on ICF?

The ICF is the largest coach membership organisation in the world (55,000 + members). ICF has a long established code of ethics and practice and it maintains a rigorous and well respected credentialing programme. ICF is actively building professional and collaborative relationships with other large coaching membership organisations as the profession of Coaching builds momentum as a recognised professional industry. Have a look on www.coachfederation.org

Can I complete the coaching programme in less time because I am experienced?

We have worked with a number of very experienced coaches. As a coach you will know that as we achieve mastery of skills and processes we uncover the next rung of a ladder of excellence which opens us up as learners again and invites us to learn more, get better, and find the next level. We will work with you from wherever you are already up to. Our feedback will be robust, challenging and supportive of your best possible outcomes.

What else is required to obtain my ACC credential from ICF?

The other requirements for ACC are 10 hours of Mentor Coaching of which 7 hours are now  included in the EOCC, 100 logged hours of actual coaching, a recording and transcript of your coaching and the successful completion of an online Coach Knowledge Exam. We expect that with commitment, planning and focus you can achieve this within 12 months. We are here to support you on this journey and we provide the Mentor Coaching to support you on this as a separate programme.

Register Your Interest For 2024 Live & Online Events


If you would like to register for the EOCC Live Training programme please complete the form and we will get back to you with details and a copy of our EOCC brochure.