ILM Level 3 Certificate in Coaching
Coaching is one of the most valuable skill sets in the modern workplace. Coaching enables managers, individuals working in HR, or indeed anyone wishing to develop their communication skills and take them to the next level.
This ILM Level 3 Certificate in Coaching training course will give you the tools and confidence to work with individuals or teams, enhancing their performance and enabling them to achieve their full potential.
On this training you will learn:
- What is good practice in workplace coaching
- How to organise workplace coaching
- How to ask powerful coaching questions
- About different coaching models and approaches
- How to engage in supervision when coaching in the workplace
- How to develop a reflective coaching practice
- How to record and learn from an extended period of coaching
and so much more…
The 3 key units will enable you to explore and develop your skill, confidence and ability as a coach working in any organisation.
- Unit: 8577-300: Understanding good practice in workplace coaching
- Unit: 8577-302: Undertaking an extended period of coaching in the workplace
- Unit: 8577-303: Reflecting on workplace coaching skills
The ILM Level 3 Certificate in Coaching aims to provide practising and potential team leaders and first line managers with the knowledge, skills and confidence to perform effectively as workplace coaches as part of their normal work role. In addition, the Certificate aims to equip participants seeking to move into a development role within their organisations or as a freelance workplace coach.
This ILM Level 3 Certificate in Coaching is a concise qualification made up of three mandatory units which introduce the key aspects of coaching in the workplace. In the first unit, ‘Understanding good practice in workplace coaching’, the role of the workplace coach is explored. Here participants assess their own ability to use a variety of interpersonal communication skills when giving effective feedback to learners. In ‘Organising workplace coaching’ participants look at the range and value of different learning resources to support safe and effective coaching, alongside practical skills in how to monitor and record learner progress. In an additional unit, participants plan and organise workplace coaching sessions, undertaking coaching and then monitoring/reviewing their own workplace coaching performance.
The ILM Level 3 Certificate in Coaching is aimed at participants who will be significantly involved in workplace coaching – within an organisation or as a freelancer. Participants also complete an additional unit, ‘Undertaking an extended period of supervised coaching in the workplace’. In this practical unit, participants will develop and improve their workplace coaching, planning, organising and evaluating at least 30 hours of coaching.
All students undertaking this training with the UK College of Personal Development will have access to the college’s comprehensive library and student resource centre. The library has thousands of books on Coaching, NLP, Leadership Development, Personal Growth and more, along with a large selection of DVD’s, CDs and other interactive learning resources.
ILM Membership: All students gain free studying membership of ILM for one year. This membership is designed to help candidates get the most from their course. Once registered, candidates can activate their ILM studying membership online, ask for details.
College Membership: Additionally, students that successfully complete Level 3 qualifications’ or above are invited to become members of the UK College of Personal Development.
A Distance Learning Option for this course is available, full details can be found by CLICKING HERE.
For “In-House” options, please get in touch.