In House and one to one ILM Level 7 Coaching
This in-house or one to one programme and qualification is designed for senior managers or HR/OD professionals who want to develop their expertise and credibility in the fields of coaching and mentoring, or to establish coaching on an organisational level. In addition the course is particularly suited for in-house and professional coaches and mentors who have already completed the ILM 5, or equivalent level of coach training, and who are now seeking to enhance and accredit their experience with a higher level, nationally recognised, qualification.
What distinguishes this ILM 7 Certificate from others is the broad syllabus. In addition to covering core coaching principles and frameworks, the course incorporates coaching psychology, creative approaches to coaching and current thinking on presence, energy and developing reflective inquiry. This eclectic blend ensures that the course is both challenging and holistic.
The programme is run by Gill Graves one of the most experienced and qualified coaches in the UK and author of ‘Coaching With Imact at Work’ available from Amazon. See Gill’s CV. We also run this qualification programme on a one to one basis. Please note at present there are no plans to offer this as an open programme.
Overview of the Qualification
There are three mandatory units to this qualification.
The first unit, ‘Understanding the context of coaching and mentoring in a strategic business environment’ aims to enable learners to critically review the role and contribution of coaching and mentoring at a senior level.
The second unit, ‘Reviewing own ability as a management coach or mentor’ will give them the tools and techniques to review and improve their own practice and understand how the client’s organisation culture and structure affects the coaching and mentoring relationship.
The third unit requires learners to demonstrate their ability to plan, deliver and review at least 20 hours of coaching and mentoring.
How is the course delivered?
The course consists of an introductory day followed by three two-day workshops and is spread over four to six months so that learning is incremental. The key elements of the programme are:
- 3×2 days plus a final one-day of training – details below
- Reading from course book list
- Comprehensive course notes and relevant articles and learning materials
- Completion of 20 hours coaching
- Email/telephone support throughout the course
- A telephone coaching session at the end of the course
- Submission of ILM course work
There will be facilitator and peer feedback during the programme. The assignments form the formal part of the assessment.
Day 1 – Introductory Day
Day 2 – Core Coaching Skills for Executive Coaching and Mentoring
Day 3 – Emotional Intelligence and Leadership Coaching
Day 4 – A Positive Psychology/Strengths Based Approach to Coaching
Day 5 – Advanced Communication Skills for Coaching
Day 6 – Transactional Analysis and Reflective Inquiry
Day 7 – Using Creativity and Metaphor in Coaching
Contact Colin Graves now on 07881 636538 or at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details