About this four-day course
This course covers advanced coaching interventions, ethics, the establishment of coaching programmes and the means of identifying and working with a diverse workforce.
Delegates will also explore individual learning styles, the ‘learning cycle’ and the ways in which psychometric and diagnostic tools facilitate learning within the coaching process.
To attend this course you must have completed the Coaching & Mentoring three-day programme.
Objectives and learning outcomes
By the end of this course you will be able to:
- improve your coaching skills for a business context
- refine your coaching skills for a coaching business
- use coaching as a facilitation and presentation technique
- use coaching to deal with teams and relationships
- use ‘Advanced Appreciative Enquiry’ techniques
- know how to set up and evaluate a coaching programme.
How can employers benefit?
Staff will return full of confidence and with new ideas, as well as the potential of higher retention of talent and improved performance.
£1,675 plus VAT
Delegate fee includes 12 months membership of the ILM.
There are three sets of dates to choose from, simply select the cohort that works best for you when booking your place.
Module 1: 6 and 7 November 2018
Module 2: 29 and 30 January 2019
Assessment date: 15 March 2019
Module 1: 4 and 5 June 2019
Module 2: 5 and 6 August 2019
Assessment date: 12 September 2019
An ILM course at RCPCH
As approved providers of ILM courses, RCPCH is leading the way in developing leaders. Delivered by qualified practitioners, the ILM courses at the College focus on leadership, management, coaching and mentoring.