Board Certified Coach Competencies and CEUonestop.com Courses and Webinars — A Crosswalk

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If you have obtained the certification from the Center for Credentialing and Education (CCE) called the Board Certified Coach (BCC) then you are aware of the fact that you must obtain 100 hours of continuing education related to the BCC competencies every 5 years.

CCE suggests that when deciding to obtain your continuing education that you consider the following questions:

  • Does the content of the activity fall into one or more of the six BCC competencies?
  • Is the activity geared to coaching?
  • Does the activity enhance my role as a coach?
  • Am I able to interact with the instructor/facilitator during or after the session?
  • Will the activity be completed during my current five-year certification period?
  • Does the instructor/facilitator have formal education, expertise or credentialing in the relevant BCC competency areas?

The listing below shows the relationship of the online, self-paced courses and live and recorded webinars in career development from CEUonestop.com to the BCC competencies. The upshot is that these continuing education opportunities can count toward your recertification.  Further, if you hold the career development specialty designation, CCE requires that 18 of your 100 hours must be taken in this specialty. 

Visit the website to see more details about the courses, the instructional objectives, and the qualifications of our authors and presenters. We follow the rigid quality requirements of the National Board for Certified Counselors. This means that the instructors have the necessary credentials for the topic at hand. NBCC’s requirements are more rigid than CCE.

Red: Online Courses (varying clock hours)
Blue: Recorded Webinars

BCC Competency: Screening and Orientation

Assessments: Selecting the Right One
Interest to Careers
Realistic Career Decision Making: It’s More Than Passion
Fundamentals of Career Development Theories
Veterans’ Career Development: Serving Those Who Have Served
Using the MBTI in Career Counseling, Coaching, and Advising: Moving Beyond the Basics

Incorporating Assessment into Career Conversations
How to Communicate for Success in the Job Search
Positivity to Enhance Career Success
Counseling Clients Through Work Traumas and Unexpected Career Transitions
Schlossberg’s Career Transition Theory with a Twist: Turning Transition into Triumph
Using the Resume Development Process as a Career Coaching/Counseling Tool
The Action-Oriented Hope Model of Career Development
The Power of Music as a Career Development Tool
Non-Traditional Assessment Tools that Rock!
Assessment Issues for America’s Job Center Staff

BCC Competency: Fundamental Coaching Skills

Helping Clients Redefine Retirement
Hidden Gems
Winning Strategies for the Mature Job Seeker
Fundamentals of Career Development Theories
Veterans’ Career Development: Serving Those Who Have Served
Using the MBTI in Career Counseling, Coaching, and Advising: Moving Beyond the Basics

Incorporating Assessment into Career Conversations
Proven Social Media Strategies to Help Your Students and Clients Land a Job Faster
How to Communicate for Success in the Job Search
Positivity to Enhance Career Success
Counseling Clients Through Work Traumas and Unexpected Career Transitions
Schlossberg’s Career Transition Theory with a Twist: Turning Transition into Triumph
How to Find Work – and Keep Finding Work for the Rest of Your Life
The Power of Music as a Career Development Tool
Certifications and Credentials in Career Development: What Counselors, Coaches, and Workforce Professionals Need to Know to Get Ahead
10 Ways to Model a Healthy Lifestyle for More Effective Career Services
Using the Resume Development Process as a Career Coaching/Counseling Tool
The Action-Oriented Hope Model of Career Development
Helping Individuals with Incarceration Histories Land the Job
Networking for Introverts: Tips and Techniques for Career Counselors
X Marks the Spot: Gen X – The Forgotten Generation
Bully-Proofing the Workplace for Career Success
Helping Clients Secure a Federal Job

BCC Competency: Assessment

Assessments: Selecting the Right One
Helping Clients Redefine Retirement
Hidden Gems
Interest to Careers
Winning Strategies for the Mature Job Seeker
Fundamentals of Career Development Theories
Using the MBTI in Career Counseling, Coaching, and Advising: Moving Beyond the Basics

Incorporating Assessment into Career Conversations
Schlossberg’s Career Transition Theory with a Twist: Turning Transition into Triumph
The Power of Music as a Career Development Tool
Using the Resume Development Process as a Career Coaching/Counseling Tool
The Action-Oriented Hope Model of Career Development
What We Don’t Know May Hurt Someone Else: Ethically Supporting Diverse Clients
Networking for Introverts: Tips and Techniques for Career Counselors
Non-Traditional Assessment Tools that Rock!
Assessment Issues for America’s Job Center Staff

BCC Competency: Approaches for Individuals

College and Career Ready: Multiple Pathways to Success”
Best Ways to Use Pinterest for Your Career Development Services
Helping Clients Redefine Retirement
Hidden Gems
Interest to Careers
LinkedIn Basics for Career Practitioners
LMI for Career, Workforce and Academic Counselors
Occupational Information for the Career Advisor
Realistic Career Decision Making: It’s More Than Passion
Winning Strategies for the Mature Job Seeker
Working in the Green Economy
Fundamentals of Career Development Theories
Veterans’ Career Development: Serving Those Who Have Served
Using the MBTI in Career Counseling, Coaching, and Advising: Moving Beyond the Basics

Proven Social Media Strategies to Help Your Students and Clients Land a Job Faster
How to Communicate for Success in the Job Search
How to Identify and Avoid Scams in the Job Hunt
Positivity to Enhance Career Success
Counseling Clients Through Work Traumas and Unexpected Career Transitions
How to Create a Resume that Beats the ATS Barriers
Riding the Wave of Social Media for a Successful Job Search
Schlossberg’s Career Transition Theory with a Twist: Turning Transition into Triumph
How to Find Work – and Keep Finding Work for the Rest of Your Life
The Power of Music as a Career Development Tool
Personal Branding – It’s No Longer An Option!
Using the Resume Development Process as a Career Coaching/Counseling Tool
The Action-Oriented Hope Model of Career Development
Helping Individuals with Incarceration Histories Land the Job
X Marks the Spot: Gen X – The Forgotten Generation

Helping Students Market Their International Education Experiences
Veterans Career Transition and Advancement: Eliminating the Threat from Predatory Educational Institutions
Non-Traditional Assessment Tools that Rock!
Practical Tips on Applying Career Development Theory in International Contexts: Implications for helping Our International Students
Job Search Strategies for International Students in Challenging Times
Millennials Dominate the Workforce: How Do We All Survive and Thrive
Helping Clients Secure a Federal Job

BCC Competency: Approaches for Business and Organizations

Career Development and People with Disabilities: Understanding Disabilities First
LMI for Career, Workforce and Academic Counselors
Occupational Information for the Career Advisor
Winning Strategies for the Mature Job Seeker
Working in the Green Economy
Veterans’ Career Development: Serving Those Who Have Served
How to Create a Resume that Beats the ATS Barriers
Building a Profitable Private Practice in the Career Development Industry
What We Don’t Know May Hurt Someone Else: Ethically Supporting Diverse Clients
Helping Individuals with Incarceration Histories Land the Job
Networking for Introverts: Tips and Techniques for Career Counselors
X Marks the Spot: Gen X – The Forgotten Generation
Helping Students Market Their International Education Experiences

BCC Competency: Ethical and Professional Practice

Career Development and People with Disabilities: Understanding Disabilities First
Realistic Career Decision Making: It’s More Than Passion
How to Identify and Avoid Scams in the Job Hunt
How to Find Work – and Keep Finding Work for the Rest of Your Life
Certifications and Credentials in Career Development: What Counselors, Coaches, and Workforce Professionals Need to Know to Get Ahead
Building a Profitable Private Practice in the Career Development Industry
10 Ways to Model a Healthy Lifestyle for More Effective Career Services
Using the Resume Development Process as a Career Coaching/Counseling Tool
The Action-Oriented Hope Model of Career Development
What We Don’t Know May Hurt Someone Else: Ethically Supporting Diverse Clients
Helping Individuals with Incarceration Histories Land the Job
Assessment Issues for America’s Job Center Staff

More details on the BCC competencies are listed below.

Board Certified Coach Competencies

1. Screening and Orientation: These coaching work behaviors focus on client motivation level, informed consent, coach and client roles, and general parameters for establishing the coaching process.
2. Fundamental Coaching Skills: These coaching work behaviors focus on the basic coaching alliance, helping skills, coaching plans and other essential issues concerning the coaching process.
3. Assessment: These coaching work behaviors assess coaching goals, client strengths and specific issues concerning the coaching process.
4. Approaches for Individuals: These coaching work behaviors pertain to specific skills aimed at facilitating the client’s desired goals during the coaching process including monitoring client progress, decision-making and use of resources.
5. Approaches for Businesses and Organizations: These coaching work behaviors include organization roles, change process, mentoring and conflict management related to the coaching process.
6. Ethical and Professional Practice: These coaching work behaviors focus on codes of ethics, advocacy, continuing education and personal barriers to the coaching process.

 

 

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