A unique opportunity get Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) Endorsement as a Wellbeing Coach.
Wellbeing coaching has emerged as a fresh approach to health improvement, enhancing motivation and commitment to healthy behaviours. This programme is aimed at those who would like to develop their understanding and practical skills in coaching adults and young people to achieve their own wellbeing. It can support lifestyle changes or prevent exacerbations of chronic illness.
This 2 day ILM Endorsed programme will help you to empower clients with the knowledge, skills and confidence needed to make necessary lifestyle and behavioural changes to improve their health and quality of life.
The course covers key areas including:
- Core wellbeing coaching skills
- Readiness for change
- Improving self-esteem
- Lifestyle changes
- Action planning
- A range of wellbeing coaching tools and techniques to use
- The link between wellbeing and human spirituality
This course is for you if you...
- Are a coach
- Have a passion for helping others
- Are considering going into wellbeing/health coaching
- Wish to further your health improvement practice
This programme is designed to help those new to this area in coaching; working in schools, nurseries, health, wellness consultants, health advocates, and other healthcare professionals to learn to perform wellbeing coaching, and other services to their clients who need support.
Feedback from BSC Learners
"I thoroughly enjoyed the two days and have found the information hugely helpful on a personal and future business level. Thank You Brenda" October 2016
"This Programme has provided a thorough and useful practical tool kit which I think will really help me empower others" October 2016
"This was exactly what I needed to set up the wellbeing coaching that I have started working on" Teacher and Coach, November 2015
“The whole course was great, all of it was relevant, important and interesting… It was a real treat to be lectured by someone so knowledgeable, professional and insightful as Brenda was.” Occupational Health Nurse Specialist, Oxford University, March 2016
Having completed the programme...
"We will be looking to see how our existing coaches can influence their approaches with some wellbeing tools and how to use these approaches in school with the children." Deputy Headteacher, June 2015
I will... "utilise tools and techniques with staff and potentially set up a coaching business." Solicitor, June 2015
I will..."provide more focus whilst coaching by having improved awareness and models to apply." Firefighter, June 2015
I will... "look at setting up a research project to work with children going though transition" Indpedendent Coach, June 2015
I will "improve my practice by bringing more structure and using a good established framework" Independent Coach, November 2015
I will "review support for employees of university and consider coaching as an alternative to counselling for performance issues" Learning and Development Manager, March 2016
Brenda McKay Senior tutor RN, DipN, MBA, ILM L7, FISQC
As a previous Director of Clinical Programmes & Chief Nurse of Cromwell Hospital in London, Brenda has many years of experience in providing coaching as a fundamental solution to staff performance, collegiality, morale and support. She was a board member with responsibilities for 65% of a multidisciplinary and trans-cultural workforce which included senior clinical & non clinical managers, team leaders and staff.
She was responsible for setting strategic direction, ensuring management capacity and capability, to monitor and manage performance. In her capacity as senior tutor at BSC, she now uses these experiences and qualifications to deliver coaching and mentoring workshops as well as the ILM Level 7 Certificate in Executive Management.