Enrolment Agreement and Acceptance

The purpose of our Enrolment Agreement is to ensure that students in our programs are clear on the inclusion and scope of their program, the levels of support they can expect as well as the requirements and responsibilities they have as participants.


Graduation Checklist

All programs have a set number of hours, participation requirements, outcomes and assessment. These are all listed in a program specific Graduation Checklist, that can be downloaded from the ICA Learnsite.

Graduation checklists are a requirement of all ICA programs.  They are intended to guide students through their program requirements, assist with the mapping of curriculum changes, and evidence training as required by both ICA and the ICF. 

It is each student's responsibility to download the Graduation Checklist and then use it to track their program progress and completion.  As per the Academic Integrity policy, the information recorded must be an current, accurate and true representation of your participation. Your graduation checklist must be available to ICA at all times upon request, and then submitted to ICA as part of the graduation process.   Graduation checklists will be routinely audited by ICA and held on file for a period of 5 years.   

Class Order

ICA's training schedule has been designed to fit our students’ lifestyle, and not the other way around. That means they can take most classes in ANY order.  The only classes students must register for in advance are Mentor Coaching and Observed Coaching.  All other classes can just be joined as you see them on the schedule.

  • You must keep a record of every class you attend

  • You must dial in on the hour and then stay the full duration of the class


Repeat Classes

You are most welcome to repeat classes or labs for further learning and development (with the exception of Mentor Coaching and Observed Coaching).  In this instance, only the first attendance of each class counts towards your program completion.

Missed Classes

We understand students miss classes from time to time and provide flexible options for them to make up a class. The could include

  • Attending the same class in a different time slot on the schedule

  • Attending a similar class for the same duration (only available for certain class types and must be authorized with Student Support)


Course Engagement

We aim to provide interactive engaging classes run in an online environment. For this reason we have a standard of expectation for student engagement in classes as follows:

1. Zoom etiquette

It is our expectation that all students will create a clear space free from noise or distraction and attend Zoom classes with their cameras on. We do understand that life happens and if for any reason a student is not able to meet this requirement they must let their Trainer know in the chat box.

2. Take Responsibility for your learning

As a Coach Education provider for adults we expect our students to take responsibility for their learning. This includes:

- managing time and schedules

- identifying when they are stuck and contacting support

- planning and preparing for classes (ie utilizing resources like The Mentor Coaching Journal)

- engage in classes with integrity and honesty