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ILM Level 7 Certificate for Executive and Senior Coaches and Mentors

Date: 1st Jul 2019
Location: Trowbridge, Wiltshire

Contact:

If you are interested in this event please contact the member directly using the details provided below:

Name: Clare Smale
Email: clare@inspired2learn.co.uk
Phone: 01380 720377

Details:

Four day coaching skills course taking place on 1st July, 25th and 26th July, 5th September

This is an inspiring four day coaching skills course leading to a level 7 qualification in executive coaching and mentoring. The course is suitable for both beginners and experienced coaches, quickly building upon the basic skills, behaviours and knowledge required to coach and exploring more advanced NLP coaching tools and techniques.

Complete four training days and three mandatory units of study to achieve 15 credits and an ILM level 7 Certificate:

·       Unit 8581-700 - Understanding the Context of Coaching and Mentoring in a Strategic Business Environment (5 credits)

·       Unit 8581-701 - Undertaking Coaching or Mentoring at a Senior and Strategic Level - 20 hours (5 credits)

·       Unit 8581-703 - Reflecting on Your Own Ability to Perform Effectively as a Coach or Mentor Practising at a Senior Level (5 credits)

Start the qualification any time (no need to wait for the training days) and undertake three written assignments as distance learning. The four training days will equip you with practical tools and processes to coach effectively at a senior level. You will also receive an NLP Coaching Diploma from us. You have up to three years to complete your qualificaition, with plenty of ongoing support from us and formal coaching supervision.

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