Coaching Level 3 Award ILM
This course aims to provide workplace coaches with the tools and confidence to coach people as part of your normal working role. This course is highly interactive and you will be encouraged to contribute with your own experiences and ideas. Real life and practical examples of the techniques will be used to illustrate the points covered and you will have the opportunity to share and discuss different ideas.
Who is it for?
This qualification is designed for managers, supervisors and others who are required to coach others in the workplace.
On successful completion of this course, you will receive an ILM Level 3 Award in Coaching from the City & Guilds of London Institute.
This course is delivered over 4 days and you will be required to undertake an additional 6 hours of coaching practice on top of the training days.
What will I learn?
- Nature and role of coaching in the workplace
- Behaviours, skills, abilities and characteristics of an effective workplace coach, including listening and questioning
- Importance of contracting and confidentiality
- The process of effective coaching using a recognised model (eg GROW)
- Exploration of the coach and line manager responsibilities (differences and potential conflicts)
- Nature, purpose and importance of coaching records (diagnostic outcomes, development goals, coaching plans, coaching sessions, progress reviews, etc)
- Range and value of different learning resources and facilities available to support coaching
- Use and interpretation of appropriate learning needs and styles assessment tools
- Agreeing goals and learning outcomes
- Factors that can inhibit responsiveness to coaching and strategies to overcome barriers in coaching
- Giving / receiving feedback and encouraging learners to give feedback
- Use of a coaching diary to record coaching activity and reflect on own performance
- Reflective practice as a coach
- Reflective accounts
- Personal development plans
You will be assessed through practical activities designed to enable you to demonstrate understanding of the topics and your ability to apply the knowledge into relevant activity.
You will also need to complete 3 assignments in addition to the training hours and practical coaching hours and you should expect to work on these assignments in your own time. As an estimate you should expect to spend at least 24 hours on assignment work and at least 6 hours of practical coaching.
|18 February 2020||Skipton|
|5 March 2020||Scarborough|
|3 June 2020||Skipton|