You can voice your beliefs and concerns and participate in debatable issues.
Your contribution to the society professionally and personally is highly valued by the Academy.
Your personal privacy is respected so personal information will be handled with care and confidentiality.
Your participation in the evaluation of the course and teaching is part of the review and improvement processes adopted by the Academy.
You are given feedback on the outcomes of all the evaluation processes and the changes decided upon.
Your assessment is fair, objective, reliable and criterion- based.
You are provided with accurate, timely and helpful information as regards your studies, your registration and other procedures that apply to you.
The content of all programmes is up-to-date in relation to the coaching literature and research work in the discipline.
You can consult your tutor or the Director of Studies outside class time via personal contact (e-mail or private message on the e-learning platform).
You have access to resources and other support for successful completion of your studies.
The Learner Support Framework provides a clear guidance of the CE Advantage, learning assistance and career guidance.
The Academy is committed to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and the 2030 Agenda as a whole.
To participate actively in the evaluation processes by providing fair and honest feedback on the quality of the course and teaching.
Acquaint yourself with the Academy’s procedures relevant to your studies and relevant to overall and specific conduct – please read through the Code of Behaviour and the Academy Charter.
Actively develop your social, academic and coaching skills – all three are essential for any level of a coaching professional who graduates from our courses.
Access the resources and other provisions and seek advice when needed.
Display accountability for your choices and progress as a learner and a professional coach.
Pursue and maintain high standards in your professional and academic integrity.
Attend classes, make progress on a personal and professional level, submit required work on time (except in unforeseen or exceptional cases – approved extension may be obtained in those cases).
Conduct yourself in a professional and respectful manner within the Academy virtual environment and outside this – work-based learning or practice-based experience, social commitments, etc.
Incorporate feedback on assessment into your learning.
Inform the your tutor as soon as possible if you encounter situations that might affect your studies.
Respect the Academy’s property – intellectual property, resources, and facilities (where we have physical presence).
Use the resources in a sustainable way.
Be proactive in seeking advice from the support services – contact the staff as early as possible.
would you like to see our courses?
To ensure you get the most out of your investment, you are required to complete a placement test prior to registering. As an Academy we wish to be certain that you do not waste any time repeating material or work you have already done. Indeed, we want you to study at a level that suits your needs and current abilities.
At the same time, we recommend that you go through the Academy Charter and the Code of Behaviour. These policies have been put in place to ensure that you receive the utmost while studying with us.
· Live individual interview via Zoom conducted by the Head of the Academy or appointed representative.
- Attendance of the Neuropsychology for Professionals or presentation of an equivalent certification.
· A completed application/placement form.
Good knowledge of English is required.
Please click on the Apply button on the homepage in Step 3 or send your request to register to email@example.com