Quality Standards for Integrative Trainer

For the certification as integrative Trainer all of the following educational levels need to be completed.

  • Level 1
  • Level 2
  • Level 3
  • Certified integrative Trainer

For an integrative Trainer, it is important to deal with your own history and your own experience. Self-perception forms the basis for further steps in coaching training.


  • Reflection on your own behaviour patterns
  • Awareness of your own biography
  • Experiencing the methods from the perspective of the client
  • Clarification of own motivation for the role as an integrative trainer

Formal Criteria

  • 100 units of self-awareness (at least 50 in group settings). This self-awareness session has to be supervised by a qualified certified Master Coach or a recognized psychotherapist.

In addition to self-awareness, theoretical knowledge forms the basis for the adoption of methods and techniques, which lead to a cognitive restructuring and changes for the clients.


Accumulation of knowledge, models, competence, exercises, interventions and styles from different communication approaches to following subjects:

  • diversity, similarities and differences of the most important communication approaches
  • learning and theories of learning
  • communication, intercultural communication and the design of relationships
  • dogmas, values and mental change management
  • conflicts and conflictmanagement

Formal Criteria

  • 50 units of theory seminars
  • 100 units of training and coaching techniques related to the primary method selected with special emphasis on one’s own actions and the reflection of one’s own actions. This part needs to take place in a group setting in any event.
  • 10 units of supervision. This supervision needs to be carried out with one of the Master Coaches.

Regenerative (In addition) to the extensive Knowledge and the professional competence of methods in this level the main goal is to assemble the competence of training.


Getting knowledge, models, competencies, exercises, intervention techniques and useful attitudes

  • in managing your personal state as a trainer
  • in clarifying the customer’s goals and identify the needs for training
  • in designing seminars, trainings and workshops
  • in presentation techniques (working with stories and emotions of the participants)
  • in group dynamic skills and team development
  • in coaching a group and communication skills
  • in doing professional feedback, mentoring and debriefing
  • in coping with conflicts and difficult situations during a workshop
  • in evaluating seminars and workshops

Formal Criteria

  • 50 units of theory
  • 120 units of training techniques
  • 5 units of supervision. This supervision needs to be carried out with one of the Master Coaches.

A pre-requisite for certification as a trainer is the completion of all educational levels. Reflection and experience complete the profile.


  • Gathering of Experiences
  • Reflection on one’s own role as a Trainer

Formal Criteria

  • Writing and elaboration of an own detailed seminardesign (total outlay has to be at least three days of seminar)
  • Trainingsinternship (at least 100 units supervised or intervised)
  • Elaboration of a written training concept as a trainer (methods and understanding of roles)
  • 5 units of supervision. The supervision has to take place with one of the Master Coaches
  • Commitment to the EAIC ethical guidelines

EAIC certifications are not business licences. The certification only means an assessment of qualification. For exercising the profession commercially, the legal framework defined in the respective countries applies.

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