ILM Level 3 Award in Coaching
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Gain practical skills to help develop your students in the workplace
You will learn tools and techniques that will enable you to be an effective coach; ensuring that you develop staff with the skills, knowledge and understanding they need to perform at their best in your organisation.
Membership of the Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM)
Free resources include:
- Learning Zone: an online toolkit with access to hundreds of management e-learning materials
- Resource centre: browse and download thousands of management books and magazines
- Business book summaries: overviews of more than 700 top business books
- Edge online: the latest management news and exclusive articles direct to your inbox
- Networking and events: specialist management events held across the UK and Ireland
Understanding Good Practice in Workplace Coaching
- Purpose of coaching
- Role and responsibilities of a coach
- Behaviours and characteristics of a coach
- How to manage a coaching process
- Agreeing goals
- Tools and techniques
- Record keeping
- Barriers to coaching
Undertaking Coaching in the Workplace
- Prepare and plan coaching sessions
- Agreeing learning goals
- Using diagnostic and assessment tools
- Techniques of listening effectively
- Collecting feedback
Reflecting on Workplace Coaching Skills
- Reflect on own activity
- Assess effectiveness of feedback given
- Draw conclusions on your own abilities
- Create a relevant personal development plan
Progression and career opportunities
You may wish to continue studying to a higher level in coaching by undertaking the Level 5 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring or undertake a related qualification such as the Level 3 Certificate in Leadership and Management which will prepare you for managerial positions.
Please note that course fees listed below apply to courses starting before the 1 May 2017. Fees for courses starting on, or after, 1 May 2017 will be published in due course.
Sources of financial help can be found on our student finance page.
Before making any financial decision it is recommended that you seek advice from an independent source, for example the Money Advice Service.
The differences in course fees reflect the level of funding that is available as a result of government policies and priorities. These may be the result of age, employment status, previous education achievements or location for example, and are outside the control of The College of Animal Welfare.
£450 + £76 Awarding Body Fees.
These are current fees and may be subject to change
* Awarding Body Fees are recharged at cost and may be subject to change.