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ILM Level 3 Award in Coaching

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Orkney Enterprise Centre

18-20 Orkney Street

Govan

Glasgow

G51 2BX

United Kingdom

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Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th August and
Saturday 16th & Sunday 17th September 2017.
10.00am-5.00pm daily.

This four-day programme equips delegates with the core knowledge, skills, behaviours and practical methods to plan and conduct effective coaching sessions. It is aimed at those who coach as part of their role and is designed to help them support the learning and development of individuals and teams.

Delegates will gain the skills to deliver cost effective mutual learning that leads to increased performance against organisational objectives.

The programme covers three main areas of coaching:

Understanding good practice in workplace coaching

  • Role of the coach - understanding the role, responsibilities and behaviours of the workplace coach
  • Benefits - recognising the benefits, opportunities and use of coaching to improve performance
  • Coaching competencies - developing coaching knowledge skills and behaviours to be effective when coaching
  • Coaching goals – agreeing SMART objectives for coaching sessions and individual development
  • Coaching models - using recognised coaching models to increase effectiveness
  • Contracting and record keeping - generating the coaching contract, managing the process and record keeping
  • Barriers to coaching - identifying and overcoming barriers to coaching in the workplace
  • Personal development – assessing current strengths as a coach and identifying areas for development.

Undertaking coaching in the workplace

  • Planning coaching - identifying resources and providing a safe and effective environment for coaching and development
  • Conducting coaching - agreeing learning goals and conducting coaching assignments
  • Tools and techniques - using appropriate diagnostic and assessment tools and techniques to facilitate and encourage development
  • Coaching effectiveness - monitoring learning and development and using appropriate techniques to assess achievement
  • Feedback - maintaining accurate coaching records and using feedback to inform effectiveness and improve coaching ability and behaviours.

Reflecting on workplace coaching skills

  • Reflective learning - conducting reflective and evidenced analysis of own coaching practice to inform future development
  • Coaching strategies - Identifying use of appropriate communication and coaching strategies, tools and techniques when coaching
  • Personal evaluation - reflecting on strengths and weaknesses as a coach and seeking ways to further develop knowledge, skills and behaviours.
  • Planning continuing development - planning future personal development and identifying how this will be monitored and reviewed – coach the coach.

By completing this course, delegates will:

  • Understand good practice and be able to identify formal and informal opportunities for coaching in the workplace
  • Recognise and practice key competencies and models required to contract and coach others to reach potential
  • Be able to evaluate their coaching sessions and use feedback to inform and plan future development as a workplace coach.

Assessment

Delegates will be assessed through the completion of a written work-based assignment; completion of a coaching diary to record their workplace coaching sessions, and reflection on own personal learning and development as a coach. Assessments will include written and presentation formats.

Please note that this course runs over two weekends: attendance of all four days is mandatory to gain this qualification.

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Orkney Enterprise Centre

18-20 Orkney Street

Govan

Glasgow

G51 2BX

United Kingdom

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