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Become an IMC Accredited Training Center to get recognized and accredited for mentoring education. 

 Recognizing Excellence in Mentoring Education

Accreditation that Establishes Your Mentoring Education

International Mentoring Center (IMC) sets the bar for the highest standard internationally in mentoring. We are the one and only regulatory body in the mentoring industry globally. So being an IMC Accredited Training Center signifies the institution’s commitment to excellence in providing mentoring education. It also ensures quality, innovation, and impactful education in mentoring. Get started with your application to join the elite group of accredited mentoring training centers today!

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Become an IMC Accredited Training Center

At the International Mentoring Center (IMC), we recognize the pivotal role of quality training in shaping skilled mentors. Our accreditation offers your organization unparalleled credibility and visibility within the mentoring community. Enhance the impact of your organization’s mentoring education by becoming an IMC Accredited Training Center.

The organization must run a full mentoring skills program with a minimum of 20 hours of mentoring training that can qualify a client for Certified Associate Mentor, Certified Professional Mentor, or Certified Master Mentor credentials. Training centers must provide courses that provide mentoring skills development or domain or knowledge development. Each program’s curriculum must teach the following: 

IMC’s Definition of Mentoring

IMC Code of Conduct and Ethics

IMC Core Competencies 

The programs must provide their clients with the necessary skills for each credential and ensure that the trainer is the primary mentor supervisor for at least a year. 

The IMC’s accreditation review process is a thorough and rigorous review of mentoring education programs’ quality and standards. Our goal is to ensure accredited training centers maintain the highest standards in mentoring education.

Each section requires you to provide details about your organization or your mentoring training program. Once you submit your application, IMC will thoroughly examine it and the uploaded documents. The review process may take up to 4-6 weeks from the time you complete the application and payment. You may be asked to provide additional details; please comply. 

For further clarification on the process, feel free to contact us. 

Upon successful review, you will receive an email update about your IMC accreditation and a media kit to showcase your accreditation. The accreditation is valid for two years from the date of issue. 

Under organization details, there are some questions about the basic information about your organization. These would include information such as

  • Organization Type, Name, and Address of the Training Organization
  • DBA (Doing Business As)
  • Name and Contact details of the Owner/Director or CEO
  • Upload Your Profile: Documents with a comprehensive view of the company’s history, mission, vision, achievements, and any other information that portrays its identity and values.
  • Legal documents that prove the organization is registered and recognized by relevant authorities. This can include certificates of incorporation, business licenses, or other regulatory documents.
  • Proof of registration for tax purposes, including VAT or equivalent tax registration certificates.
  • Enter the details of the individual responsible for handling the student details at the organization, and enter fields such as Designation, First and Last Name, Phone, Email
  • Contact Information about the individual handling administrative details like Designation, First and Last Name, Phone, and email
  • Website and marketing Compliance details like Website URL and Public Accessibility Checks with the name of the program, program URL, Program Calendar, Email marketing policy, Data privacy policy, and Website access policy.

Upload a comprehensive single document of a maximum of 20 MB detailing the program’s governance structure. including policies on:

  • Disability/Discrimination/DEIJ statement/policy
  • Complaint/Grievance policy
  • Enrollment Policy
  • Attendance Policy
  • Assessment Policy
  • Partial completion policy
  • Payments/Program Fees Policy
  • Refund Policy
  • Transfer of credit policy
  • Illness Policy
  • Ethics, Integrity & Transparency Statement

You can provide details about the mentoring training programs that you offer: 

  • Program Name, Training hours, Program Curriculum/Outline 
  • Program/Training Presentation 
  • Student Manual 
  • Workbook or any other material supplied to the students 
  • Program Delivery type, Languages, Locations
  • Program Profile/ Brochure/ Marketing Presentation 

Submit the detailed profiles of each instructor involved in the mentoring training

  • First Name, Last Name, Email, Phone 
  • IMC Credential – If you are an IMC Credentialed Mentor, please choose your highest credential
  • Designation 
  • Profile of Instructor—A file listing the instructor’s skills and areas of expertise, availability, preferred delivery mode (e.g., online or offline), and the upper limit on the number of students.

Details about each participant, including Name, Email address, Contact Number, Program Name, Program Start Date, and End Date. 

The file format can be PDF, and the size limit is 5 MB to ensure compatibility and ease of review.

At the International Mentoring Center (IMC), we recognize the pivotal role of quality training in shaping skilled mentors. Our accreditation offers your organization unparalleled credibility and visibility within the mentoring community. Enhance the impact of your organization’s mentoring education by becoming an IMC Accredited Training Center.

The organization must run a full mentoring skills program with a minimum of 20 hours of mentoring training that can qualify a client for Certified Associate Mentor, Certified Professional Mentor, or Certified Master Mentor credentials. Training centers must provide courses that provide mentoring skills development or domain or knowledge development. Each program’s curriculum must teach the following: 

IMC’s Definition of Mentoring

IMC Code of Conduct and Ethics

IMC Core Competencies 

The programs must provide their clients with the necessary skills for each credential and ensure that the trainer is the primary mentor supervisor for at least a year.

The IMC’s accreditation review process is a thorough and rigorous review of mentoring education programs’ quality and standards. Our goal is to ensure accredited training centers maintain the highest standards in mentoring education.

Each section requires you to provide details about your organization or your mentoring training program. Once you submit your application, IMC will thoroughly examine it and the uploaded documents. The review process may take up to 4-6 weeks from the time you complete the application and payment. You may be asked to provide additional details; please comply. 

For further clarification on the process, feel free to contact us. 

Upon successful review, you will receive an email update about your IMC accreditation and a media kit to showcase your accreditation. The accreditation is valid for two years from the date of issue. 

Under organization details, there are some questions about the basic information about your organization. These would include information such as

  • Organization Type, Name, and Address of the Training Organization
  • DBA (Doing Business As)
  • Name and Contact details of the Owner/Director or CEO
  • Upload Your Profile: Documents with a comprehensive view of the company’s history, mission, vision, achievements, and any other information that portrays its identity and values.
  • Legal documents that prove the organization is registered and recognized by relevant authorities. This can include certificates of incorporation, business licenses, or other regulatory documents.
  • Proof of registration for tax purposes, including VAT or equivalent tax registration certificates.
  • Enter the details of the individual responsible for handling the student details at the organization, and enter fields such as Designation, First and Last Name, Phone, Email
  • Contact Information about the individual handling administrative details like Designation, First and Last Name, Phone, and email
  • Website and marketing Compliance details like Website URL and Public Accessibility Checks with the name of the program, program URL, Program Calendar, Email marketing policy, Data privacy policy, and Website access policy.

Upload a comprehensive single document of a maximum of 20 MB detailing the program’s governance structure. including policies on:

  • Disability/Discrimination/DEIJ statement/policy
  • Complaint/Grievance policy
  • Enrollment Policy
  • Attendance Policy
  • Assessment Policy
  • Partial completion policy
  • Payments/Program Fees Policy
  • Refund Policy
  • Transfer of credit policy
  • Illness Policy
  • Ethics, Integrity & Transparency Statement

You can provide details about the mentoring training programs that you offer: 

  • Program Name, Training hours, Program Curriculum/Outline 
  • Program/Training Presentation 
  • Student Manual 
  • Workbook or any other material supplied to the students 
  • Program Delivery type, Languages, Locations
  • Program Profile/ Brochure/ Marketing Presentation 

Submit the detailed profiles of each instructor involved in the mentoring training

  • First Name, Last Name, Email, Phone 
  • IMC Credential – If you are an IMC Credentialed Mentor, please choose your highest credential
  • Designation 
  • Profile of Instructor—A file listing the instructor’s skills and areas of expertise, availability, preferred delivery mode (e.g., online or offline), and the upper limit on the number of students.

Details about each participant, including Name, Email address, Contact Number, Program Name, Program Start Date, and End Date. 

The file format can be PDF, and the size limit is 5 MB to ensure compatibility and ease of review.

Get Started With Training Accreditation

You can send in a request for your accreditation application, and once the team receives the payment confirmation, we will send in an email with further instructions about the application process. The application review might take four to six weeks. Your accreditation approval will come to you via email. Your accreditation is valid for two years from the date of issue.

Ready to Be an IMC Accredited Training Center?

IMC Accredited Training Centers can proudly display their accreditation, demonstrating their commitment to excellence in mentoring education. The accreditation not only enhances the training center’s credibility but also expands its reach within the global mentoring community.

IMC Accreditation for Mentoring Training Center

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Enjoy privileged access to networking events, collaborative opportunities, and industry insights. Strengthen your presence within the global mentoring community and make lasting connections. Showcase your institution on our IMC Accredited Training Center Directory now.