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Post-Graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching and Mentoring – ILM 7

£3,500.00 + VAT 1 day

  • 2 x 2 day facilitated workshops (see information below for schedule)
  • One day for supervision and consolidation (see information below for schedule)
  • EQi and MBTI psychometrics
  • Peer coaching and support
  • Group coaching supervision support and individual tutor support.
  • ILM membership providing access to latest thinking and resources.
Description

Course Information

Our five day Post-graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching and Mentoring (ILM Level 7) is our flagship programme.

It is unique in offering delegates a skills based coaching programme designed to equip individuals with knowledge and understanding of different coaching techniques and models, together with the opportunity to understand your own signature coaching style.

The programme includes some core theory on coaching and the assumptions that underpin it, as well as helping you to build knowledge and confidence in your own coaching approach.

Next programme

Dates to be confirmed soon

Our next programme runs over 2 x 2 day sessions plus one day for supervision and consolidation. You must be able to attend all 5 days

  • Session 1:
  • Session 2:
  • Session 3:

To book this course online, please click on TBC on the above calendar.

ILM 7 Qualification

This programme is recognised at Level 7 of the ILM framework (Postgraduate level). All registration fees and provision of a tutor from the Edinburgh Coaching Academy are included in the programme price. The ILM Level 7 in Executive Coaching and Mentoring requires students to complete 3 assignments covering their knowledge and practice in coaching, as well as to demonstrate 20 hours of coaching practice. A full induction to the ILM qualification and handbook are included in the programme.

There are three mandatory units in this qualification.

  • Unit 1:  ‘Understanding the context of coaching and mentoring in a strategic business environment’ aims to enable you to critically review the role and contribution of coaching and mentoring at a senior level.
  • Unit 2:  ‘Reviewing own ability as a management coach or mentor’ will give you the tools and techniques to review and improve your own practise, and understand how the client’s organisation culture and structure affects the coaching and mentoring relationship.
  • Unit 3: The third unit requires you demonstrate your ability to plan, deliver and review at least 20 hours of coaching and mentoring in your workplace.
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Course Information

Our five day Post-graduate Certificate in Executive Coaching and Mentoring (ILM Level 7) is our flagship programme.

It is unique in offering delegates a skills based coaching programme designed to equip individuals with knowledge and understanding of different coaching techniques and models, together with the opportunity to understand your own signature coaching style.

The programme includes some core theory on coaching and the assumptions that underpin it, as well as helping you to build knowledge and confidence in your own coaching approach.

Next programme

Dates to be confirmed soon

Our next programme runs over 2 x 2 day sessions plus one day for supervision and consolidation. You must be able to attend all 5 days

  • Session 1:
  • Session 2:
  • Session 3:

To book this course online, please click on TBC on the above calendar.

ILM 7 Qualification

This programme is recognised at Level 7 of the ILM framework (Postgraduate level). All registration fees and provision of a tutor from the Edinburgh Coaching Academy are included in the programme price. The ILM Level 7 in Executive Coaching and Mentoring requires students to complete 3 assignments covering their knowledge and practice in coaching, as well as to demonstrate 20 hours of coaching practice. A full induction to the ILM qualification and handbook are included in the programme.

There are three mandatory units in this qualification.

  • Unit 1:  ‘Understanding the context of coaching and mentoring in a strategic business environment’ aims to enable you to critically review the role and contribution of coaching and mentoring at a senior level.
  • Unit 2:  ‘Reviewing own ability as a management coach or mentor’ will give you the tools and techniques to review and improve your own practise, and understand how the client’s organisation culture and structure affects the coaching and mentoring relationship.
  • Unit 3: The third unit requires you demonstrate your ability to plan, deliver and review at least 20 hours of coaching and mentoring in your workplace.