Advanced accredited coach training(ILM L7)

Provider: Practical Coach Training
£2,250.00 + VAT
£2,095.00 + VAT Discounted fee for Good CPD Guide subscribers
Accreditation opportunities: Level 5 certificate, awarded by the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM7

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Description Take your coaching skills to the next level. Advanced coaching skills for those who have been coaching, and who are looking to become master coaches. Plus, earn an advanced level, industry wide qualification
Duration 6 days over a 4 month period

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Categories Primary, Secondary, Higher, Leadership and Management, Early Years/Foundation, Further education, 14-19, KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4, Management, Personal Development, Coaching and Mentoring, Performance Management, Out of school, In school
Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students

This training offers in depth, practical approaches to becoming an advanced level coach coach

You will learn:

effective techniques for both transactional and transformational coaching conversations

how to turn any conversation into a coaching one

how to help shape a coaching culture in your school

how to teach others how to coach

The benefits of having a coaching style and skill are that school leaders can encourage self responsibility and positive change in their colleagues, in an effective and nurturing way

Evidence underpinning this approach

Research by the International Coach Federation and the Association of Coaches show evidence of benefits of having trained coaches working within organisations. These include:

- increased levels of productivity

- reduced stress levels within teams

- more collaboratie working practices

- shared support for developing a positive workplace culture

- increased confidence, skill level and 360% feedback results for leaders who learn how to coach

How users/participants can evaluate success

We help our coaches set up ROI monitoring systems, to see the positive impact that their coaching is having for their coachees. Indicators of successful coaching include, and aren't restricted to:

- higher levels of competence and engagement for teachers who receive coaching

- improved attainment for cohorts whose teacher receives coaching

- more productive teams for departmental managers who receive coaching

Follow-up activities and support

This is an accredited programme, with assessments that are moderated by the Institute of Leadership and Management. The programme, during the 5 classroom days, will allow time and opportunities to develop and practice coaching skills.

Additional support between and after the programme days is provided, as all participants will undertake three assessments, which are:

- to have a reflective conversation or write an essay about the organisational benefits of coaching

- to carry out 12 hours of coaching, and to keep a reflective log

- to have an observed coaching session, and to reflect of the coaching


This course is held in three blocks: two days one month, followed by two days the next month, with the assessment days a month later. In between sessions, participants carry out self study and practice their coaching skills

Open programmes take place three times a year, in Berkshire. In house courses are always available for between 6 and 12 participants.

The trainers who deliver this programme are coaches who earn their living by coaching school leaders, and by teaching others to coach. They have a range of coaching methodologies that they share with all participants, that are effective and dynamic

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This course does not have any pre-booked dates available. Please contact the provider directly to arrange this training.