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Coach Training: ILM Level 5 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring

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Reuben's Retreat

Park Crescent

Glossop

SK13 7BQ

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Introduction

Thank you for reading more about my accredited ILM 5 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring. I’d love to speak with you about what has attracted you to the programme and what you would like to gain from it, so please do give me a call to discuss in more detail. In the meantime, I’ve included below details of what you can expect from the course including practical considerations.

Background

I have been delivering coach training programmes for a number of years, both accredited courses and introductory skills-based workshops. I am passionate about providing training which makes a lasting difference for people and take care to ensure that your experience will be deep as well as practical.

Entry criteria

The ILM qualification requires you to undertake at least 15 hours of coach practice as part of the course, so you will need to be able to create opportunities for this either within your own organisation or outside of it. There is a written element to the ILM qualification so competence in this area is important, although I appreciate it may have been a while since you have participated in formal study – there are tutorials embedded into the course to support you with this.

Location

I’m delighted to be able to deliver the programme from the beautiful setting of Reuben’s Retreat in the Peak District, just a train journey away from Manchester and Sheffield. Reuben’s Retreat is a charity which supports children and young people who have a life limiting and/or life threatening illness and parents and siblings that have a lost a child. They do amazing work and I’m pleased to be able to support that by choosing them as a venue for our programme.

The facilities are perfect for coaching and for learning. There is a light and airy training room and relaxing spaces with sofas and comfy chairs for smaller groups to work. There’s also a kitchen as well as beautiful landscaped gardens and space for parking. It is a short walk from Glossop Railway Station.

Time commitment

Taught sessions

7th November 2019 10am – 5pm
8th November 2019 9.30am – 4pm
9th December 2019 10am – 5pm
10th December 2019 9.30am – 4pm
16th January 2020 10am – 5pm
17th January 2020 9.30am – 4pm
28th February 2010 10am – 4.30pm

Further requirements

• Coach Practice (minimum of 15 hours)

• Reflective Learning and Development of a coaching diary

• Preparation, research, writing and submission of work based assignment

• Self-directed learning including pre -ourse work, reading, development of coaching resources, and personal reflection

Approach

I hold a fundamental belief as a coach that the people I work with have all the resources (internal, practical, emotional…) they need to learn and to grow. This is the approach I bring to my programmes. The course will be interactive and there will plenty of space for you to practice coaching, give and receive feedback, ask questions and work with others. I will also make sure you have good written information to support your learning and that the tools and techniques you develop over the course of our time together stand you in good stead to take your coaching out into your organisation and your future careers.

The outdoor environment can bring so much to our coaching relationships and so when we can, I’ll be taking us into the beautiful outdoor space available to us (please do bring warm clothing for the winter months!)

Course content

The first half-day will be the induction, an opportunity for you to understand more about how the programme works (its structure, assessment and support) and to give you space to get to know other participants and to ask questions.

During the programme, we will cover a range of topics fundamental to coaching and reference a range of approaches, practitioners and models including:

• Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)
• The GROW model
• Contracting in Coaching
• Emotional intelligence
• A spectrum of coaching skills
• Giving (and receiving) feedback
• Ethics and values for coaching
• Coaching tools and resources
• Coaching for change and transition
• Evaluating Coaching

Each module will provide the opportunity to coach, be coached and observe coaching and receive feedback from both tutors and other delegates.


Assessment

Throughout the programme, you will be required to keep a Coaching Diary to record your reflections of your coaching practice. I’ll invite you to share this with me between modules two, three and four so I can support your learning and progression. Towards the end of the programme, your coaching practice will be assessed. Rest assured, the supportive environment you create with your fellow delegates and the experience and knowledge you gain along the way will give you the confidence and skills to take this in your stride and even enjoy it! You will have twenty weeks from the final module to complete the work based assignment – a submission date of 17th July 2020. The online tutorials will provide you with support around this and there will be opportunities throughout the course to ask questions and gain feedback. Over the duration of the programme, there is a requirement for you to undertake self-directed learning including reading, reflection and the creation of your own coaching resources.

Investment

You can use this eventbrite page to express an interest in the course. The early bird rate, up until 31st May 2019, is £1850. Following, the full cost is £2150. Prices include all training and resources, lunch and refreshments. You can secure your place with a 30% deposit and I am happy to discuss payment plans if you are planning to self-fund the programme. Thank you.

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