Morris Brown College Continues in Road to Accreditation with Academy of Creative Coaching Partnership
Academy of Creative Coaching to offer an accredited certification program on the Morris Brown campus as a fundraising initiative to support the college's reaccreditation process.
One of the goals is to host approximately six coaching intensives per year on Morris Brown's campus. Professionals and industry leaders interested in seeking certification are welcome to register for the intensives offered by the ACC. The college is particularly focused on equipping its leaders with the necessary skills and knowledge to be competitive and restore confidence in the college.
Dr. Kevin James, the interim President at Morris Brown, commented, "We are remaining strategic and focused on regaining the college's accreditation and raise the needed funds for financial stability. This is another important step in a bigger plan to restoration. We are excited about the initiative."
President and founder Dr. Pamela Larde agreed, "Yes, we are very excited about this partnership. Offering coaching certification to leaders in academia, as well as other professionals, adds credibility to any organization."
The Academy of Creative Coaching is accredited the by International Coach Federation (ICF) and is the only ICF accredited training program owned and operated by an African American woman. The Weekend Intensive is the Academy of Creative Coaching's accelerated 60-hour program for coaches and professionals seeking certification. This design enables trainees to attend classes live and in person for four intensive days, with independent study and mentor coaching for those seeking credentialing.
The intensive will offer a curriculum that consists of four core courses, including: Coaching Foundations, Relationship Building, Effective Communication, and Coaching Techniques.
For more information or to register for this Weekend Intensive, please visit https://academyofcreativecoaching.com/
The Academy of Creative Coaching (ACC) is an International Coach Federation (ICF) approved training program. With a curriculum grounded in institution's own Creative Approach™, trainees learn how to effectively facilitate life change in their clients through techniques grounded in positive psychology, cultural competency, and business development. Through this process, trainees acquire the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary to become an effective coach and business owner, while simultaneously enhancing their own personal growth.
About Morris Brown College (MBC):
Founded in 1881 as the first HBCU in Georgia instituted by Black people, Morris Brown College is an undergraduate degree-granting institution of higher education committed to excellence in academic programs and professional education. MBC prepare its graduates to lead purposeful and fulfilling lives by providing a high-quality education through experiential, collaborative and discovery-based learning in a nurturing environment.
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