Consultancy, Coaching and Development

Course Overview

This four-day programme is rolled out over a 6-month period and is designed to use coaching with clients or coaching operations within any organisation. It covers the areas outlined below.
Over and above this content, there are also four supervision sessions diarised during the course of the programme to ensure reflective learning takes place.

Duration: 3 Years – typically completed within two years
Fees: Diploma £1,995.00 plus VAT @ 20% (£399.00) Total – £2,394.00
Location: STEP, Stirling Enterprise Park, John Player Building, Stirling, FK7 7RP

Autumn Cohort 2019
24th September 2019
22nd October 2019
19th November 2019
17th December 2019
Spring Cohort 2020
25th February 2020
24th March 2020
28th April 2020
26th May 2020

Assignment 1

Understanding the skills, principles and practice of effective management coaching and mentoring within an organisational context.
This assignment requires you to demonstrate your understanding of the context in which effective coaching and mentoring operates including the individual and organisational benefits of coaching and mentoring. You should also be able to show your understanding of the practical requirements of coaches and mentors operating with managers and professionals within organisations.

Assignment 2

Undertaking an extended period of effective coaching or mentoring within an organisational context.
You are required to demonstrate practical application of coaching or mentoring in practice within an organisational, managerial or professional role.
-You should undertake a minimum of 54 hours of formal and contracted coaching or mentoring with a minimum of 4 and a maximum of 9 clients, and be able to show how you have reflected on your performance.
At least one coaching session(*,**)will be observed by your supervisor where real time feedback will take place for your reflections.

Assignment 3

Reviewing own ability as a management coach or mentor within an organisational context.
This assessment requires you to reflect on your performance as a coach and/or mentor. Self-awareness is a key characteristic of effective coaches and mentors. You are not expected to be perfect in this role, but to clearly demonstrate your own awareness of how well you are performing and what you need to do to improve in the future.

Course Contents

Coaching & Mentoring Definition Advanced Coaching Models
Coaching Contracts Coaching Practice under observation
Psychological Contracts Supervision (inc.observation)
Theory of Core Qualities Assignment Supervision & Support
Coaching Competency Assessment & Analysis Cultural Implications for Coaching
Feedback Models Coaching Evaluation
Foundation Coaching Models CFMi Interactive Support Platform