ILM Coaching Level 3 Award

  • Who is it for?

    For managers, in particular, those people in their first management or team leader role who want to develop their coaching skills or other staff who provide one-to-one support and assistance to others.

    Overview

    The course content includes the role and responsibilities of coach, the benefit it brings to organisations, what makes an effective coach and working with a recognised coaching model with tools and techniques to support it. 

    Dates
  • 2020, dates to follow
  • Location
    W2.08, Simon Williams Centre, Wheatley.

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  • The qualification consists of three units:

    • Understanding good practice in coaching within an organisational context
    • Undertaking coaching within an organisational context
    • Reflecting on coaching skills within an organisational context
    • A two day interactive workshop
    • 3 half-day practice and supervision sessions
    • Two one hour individual tutorials
    • Self-directed learning
    • 6 hours coaching practice

    You are required to complete and submit:

    • An assignment
    • A portfolio with coaching notes
    • A reflective journal based on your coaching experience

    Once you have successfully completed the written assessment, you will receive the ILM Coaching Level 3 Award.

    • Alison Cumpsty