Coaching in Practice Development Programme
(ILM recognised)

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Programme overview

A two day ILM recognised development programme combining the theory and practical application of the GROW and TGROW (i.e. Topic, Goal, Reality, Options, Will do) models and enables participants to learn more about the theory and practice of coaching as a leadership tool within a learning context.

  • Workshop 1 focuses on engaging with coaching, and then around 3 weeks later
  • Workshop 2 focuses on becoming an effective coach

This model allows face-to-face opportunities at Workshop 2 for participants to apply techniques learned on Workshop 1 and then to extend these skills further during Workshop 2 and apply to their personal experiences and practice.

Benefits

This programme provides participants with the opportunity to practice coaching techniques in a safe and secure environment. Participants will:

  • Learn about coaching as a powerful development tool
  • Understand the role and responsibilities of an effective coach
  • Explore different coaching models
  • Develop practical skills, tools and techniques to support these models
  • Put new skills into practice (at workshop days and in the workplace)
  • Analyse, assess and plan to improve your own coaching

Who should attend?

The programme is suitable for all educational, health and social care professionals working in educational organisations as well as primary and community healthcare settings wishing to explore the theory and practice of coaching as a leadership tool.

This programme is designed for anyone seeking to gain the skills, knowledge and confidence to coach and mentor people as part of their normal role.

Cost

For details of costs, please see the Price list

Currently available to organisations hosting their own local group deliveries.

Contact details

Please Contact us if you have any queries about this programme.

 

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