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Can verify a log with a minimum of 150 hours client coaching or mentoring experience as part of the student’s credentialing application Coach/Mentor Training Registered Coach/Mentor Training Provider (Non-SETA aligned) Recognised Coach/Mentor Training Provider (SETA Aligned)
Is a Training Provider Member of COMENSA * * *
Has completed the COMENSA Membership Application form * * *
Has paid the annual COMENSA Training Provider membership fee * * *
Has undergone an evaluation by the COMENSA committee responsible for Training Provider quality assurance   * *
Offers a minimum of 60 hours of coach- or mentor-specific training OR 300 notional hours1 minimum.   * *
Incorporates ALL of the COMENSA Behavioural Standards Framework   * *
Two of the trainers/ lectures/ assessors have been trained by the COMENSA Moderator to facilitate the Behavioral Standards Framework and to evaluate students.    * *
Teaches the COMENSA Code of Ethics & Conduct   * *
Provides professional Supervision    * *
Includes a practical evaluation related to the full range of COMENSA's Coaching Behavioural Standards Framework, achieving acceptable standard in 7 of the 9.   * *
Performance exams are evaluated by two assessors; at least one of which trained by COMENSA as an evaluator.   * *
Students who have passed a performance exam (coaching demonstration) will not be required to redo a coaching demonstration when applying for credentialing.   * *
Can verify a log with a minimum of 150 hours client coaching or mentoring experience as part of the student’s credentialing application   * *
Training material has been aligned to NQF unit standards or qualifications and is accredited by a particular SETA or CHE.     *
If the Training Provider is already accredited by a SETA or CHE or a reputable international coaching body, COMENSA will accept the quality assurance processes and/or audits of such bodies.      *
 
1 ‘Notional learning hours’ are the estimated learning time taken by the ‘average’ student to achieve the specified learning outcomes of the course-unit or programme. They are therefore not a precise measure but provide students with an indication of the amount of study and degree of commitment expected. Notional learning time includes teaching contact time (lectures, seminars, tutorials, laboratory practicals, workshops, fieldwork etc.), time spent on preparing and carrying out formative and summative assessments (written coursework, oral presentations, exams etc.) and time spent on private study, whether in term-time or the vacations. (Source:link)
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