This training programme will give you the knowledge, tools and skills to coach effectively.
The programme is led by a successful coach with 20 years’ experience. You’ll study through a blend of online workshops, practical experience and individual support.
You’ll achieve a nationally recognised qualification once you successfully complete the programme and assessments.
Coaching is an effective way to help other people achieve their goals.
The International Coaching Federation defines coaching as “partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.”
The Association for Coaching describes it as a “facilitated, dialogic and reflective learning process that aims to grow an individual’s awareness, responsibility and choice.”
For managers: help your team members to perform better, with greater motivation and confidence
For professional consultants, advisers or service providers: help your clients more powerfully. Offer additional skills and services, and potentially increase your income)
For people who already coach and mentor: Develop and build on your practical experience and gain an ILM qualification.
ILM qualifications are recognised across the private, public and charity sectors. Studying with the ILM includes complementary membership of the Institute of Leadership and Management.
An ILM qualification is more than a professional development certification. ILM qualifications are part of a national framework and are formally assessed. The awarding body is City and Guilds.
The varied format includes:
The course is currently available on demand for groups of 4 or more.
We plan to offer open courses in 2021. Please get in touch if you’re interested in hearing when course dates are published.
Please contact us for a quote, all our prices are inclusive of materials, workshops, tutorial support, supervision and assessment.
For more information or to arrange an informal chat about the programme, please email Felicity with ILM Coaching in the subject line.