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Manchester - The Confidence Coaching and Training Programme (CCTP)
Mon 10 April 2017, 10:00 – 16:00 BST
Why not consider becoming a confidence coach or trainer?
Help others and pursue your own confidence goals, the advantages include:
- Learn techniques and approaches to build confidence in yourself and others
- Explore the theories and the research behind the confidence coaching approach
- Gain a coaching and/or training certificate to support your learning
- Discover how you can create a career from coaching others or enhance existing working relationships with confidence coaching
- Enhance your own confidence through learning techniques and professional development
The Confidence Coaching and Training Programme (CCTP)
This programme is aimed at those who wish to provide one-to-one coaching and mentoring, teach or train confidence enhancement or would like to improve the learning experience by developing participants confidence. The programme features:
- Coaching and mentoring methodologies to help support others in achieving their confidence goals
- The research behind the techniques and how this supports improving confidence
- Practical coaching skills development such as using cognitive behavioural therapy and emotional intelligence awareness to improve goal setting and reflection engagement
- How to utilise the confidence shape framework and confidence needs analysis frameworks in a coaching or teaching environment
- Train the trainer strategies to introduce confidence in everyday learning and practice
- A toolkit of over 100 confidence enhancement resources to use freely
- Discount on bespoke confidence development session resources such as handouts, postcards and confidence needs analysis questionnaires
Course duration: 1 day, 10.00 - 16.00, lunch and refreshments included. The initial one day session is followed by three optional assessment components that are submitted within six months of the course date.
Assessment: the assessment helps participants taking the course utilise the learning in context. Each assessment component is submitted by email, the templates and guidance are provided. The three components are:
- A 1000 word account of reflective practice - detailing personal motivation and learning development journey.
- A Development Plan - this can be presented as a poster, mood board or 1 page document and must include the desired outcome/aim, a timeline and approach/methodology.
- A Practical session – delivering a one-to-one coaching session or group session. A 1 page session plan, video or audio recording submission. A practice opportunity is included in the one day course.
The courses run in 3 major UK locations: Central London, Manchester and Glasgow throughout the year.