Instructors take several steps to complete the Core Communication certification process.
1. Attend an instructor training workshop (The instructor workshop described on this web site fulfills this step and is one very important part of ICP’s certification for the Core Communication course. By itself, however, the workshop is not sufficient for certification.
2. Study the Core Communication Instructor Manual and the workbook, Core Communication: Maps, Skills, and Processes. (We suggest you do some study before the instructor workshop, so you are familiar with the concepts, skills, and coaching process.)
3. Teach 20 people (using Core Pacs) and be evaluated by self (twice during the process) and by the people you teach. You may coach individuals one at a time, or teach people in groups. Or, you may do a combination of working with individuals and groups. (Along the way, you send your evaluations to ICP for review, to receive our comments and support.)
a written exam. This exam is an open-book test based on the information
in the Core Communication Instructor Manual and the participant
workbook, Core Communication:
Maps, Skills, and Processes. The exam is designed to help you reflect
on and integrate the following:
You may take this exam at any point during your certification process, but we suggest that you request it by the time you have taught your 10th participant. Once you take the exam, you send it to ICP for scoring. ICP will notify you if you have passed the exam or need further study on certain parts.
an ethical agreement. This includes that you will do