There are three modules (each consisting of a two-day workshop) and three individual tutorials lasting approximately one hour each. You will be required to complete one written assignment, 18 hours of coaching practice and a portfolio of evidence. The program takes approximately ten months to complete.
How to Enrol:
To express your interest and to receive information on upcoming cohorts and how to apply, please contact POD's Programme Administrator Matt Stone.
Academic and Academic-Related staff who are interested in becoming a qualified coach and joining the University’s Coaching Academy. You will have a passion for the coaching and development of staff and a commitment to deliver at least 18 hours coaching practice per year.
The ILM Level 5 Certificate is a nationally recognised qualification which entitles you to free student membership of the Institute of Leadership and Management while you are studying.
Level 5 certificates are equivalent to a higher national diploma (HND), diploma of higher education (DipHE) or foundation degree on the UK Government’s qualifications framework.
(Please see : the gov.uk qualifications list for more information on this)
On successful completion of the programme you will be invited to join the University’s Coaching Academy, providing coaching support across the organisation. You will be given support for your first 12 months as a newly qualified coach in the Coaching Academy and will be expected to engage in continuous professional development and supervision activities to support your coaching practice.
The program will cover the following topics:
- The skills, principles and practice of effective coaching
- How to apply effective management coaching techniques
- How to develop people in the workplace to drive individual, team and organisational results
- How to critically review your own ability as a coach
- Coaching supervision and buddy support
If you have any queries about this programme, please get in touch with the POD team.
Want to know more about coaching before becoming a coach? Try our Coaching skills for managers one-day course.