This practical, interactive programme will equip the participant to be an effective coach or mentor to organisations and their people.
By taking this qualification, the participant will learn, practise and apply essential coaching and mentoring skills and techniques. They will also access tools, resources, tips, and frameworks to help develop coaching and mentoring practice. To strengthen confidence, the participant will gain a background understanding of the theory that underpins successful coaching and mentoring.
As the participant works through this programme, they will receive support and guidance from EduGrowth’s expert coaches.
Who should take this programme?
This programme is suitable for these audiences:
The programme is suitable at all levels right up to board level, and is useful for those who wish to develop a coaching and mentoring strategy as part of a wider programme of training and development.
This programme leads to a Level 6 qualification in Coaching and Mentoring provided by a national regulated awarding organisation, ATHE.
Duration of the Programme
Each credit equals 10 hours of learning for the average participant, so this programme takes approximately 350 hours to complete.
How much does it cost?
Diploma in Coaching and Mentoring – £1100
If you have any queries regarding the programme, module choices, on-boarding process or related topics, please send your enquiry through our contact us page.
If you would like to discuss paying in instalments please contact us to discuss the options available.
Our fees are substantially reduced if you represent a delivery partner. Please contact us so we can provide the fee structure and put together a bespoke package for you.
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Description of Modules
- Principles And Practices Of Coaching And Mentoring
- Personal Development For Coaches And Mentors
- Coaching For Business Improvement
- Mentoring Business Professionals
- Managing Coaching or Mentoring in Organisations
This module will build background understanding, offering insights into the features and benefits of coaching and mentoring, the differences between the two, and how they are managed and organised in the organisation.
As the participant works through the module, they will practise and master the main skills needed to be an effective coach or mentor. At the end, the participant will set plans for continuous professional development, as well as plans to keep their performance as a coach or mentor under review.
In this module, participants develop their coaching practice. They will analyse the benefits of coaching and the role of the business coach. They will know how to determine when coaching will be of value and the resources needed. Participants will also analyse the factors that may negatively impact the success of business coaching and how to overcome these.
Here the aims are to help people develop their mentoring practice, analysing the role of those engaged in mentoring people in business. This will include support for the establishment and/or growth of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
The aims of this module are to enable delegates to assess the need for a coaching or mentoring programme in an organisation or part of an organisation and then plan how to implement it and assess its effectiveness. Learners also develop understanding of how to embed coaching or mentoring into organisational culture.
Enrol for the Programme
Coaching and Mentoring for Entrepreneurs