Performance Evaluation Assessment
Every AGCC applicant without an ICF credential is required to submit a Performance Evaluation to be reviewed by an AGCC Assessor. Assessors will use the ICF Minimum Skill Requirements as the guide when evaluating applicants.
After application is made for AGCC credentials, the applicant will submit the necessary recorded coaching along with a transcript. AGCC Levels 1 through 3 will submit one recording. Levels 4 and 5 must submit two recordings. The Performance Evaluation recordings must follow the ICF guidelines found here. ICF credentialed applicants will advance past this step.
Once the Performance Evaluation is submitted in appropriate format with proper transcript, an AGCC Assessor will review the recording in accordance with the ICF Minimum Skill Requirements. The entirety of this process once submitted takes about three weeks to complete. AGCC will notify the applicant of the findings by the Assessor, including strengths and potential areas for improvement. If the Performance Evaluation does not meet the Minimum Skill Requirements for the credential level applied for the applicant will have one opportunity to resubmit new recordings and transcripts for evaluation. If the Minimum Skill Requirements are not demonstrated at that time the applicant will be required to restart the application process at a later time.