Professional course

ILM Level 3 Award in Coaching

About this course

Course code:
Z20000109
Applications:
University
Level:
Professional/Short Course
Department:
Bristol Business School
Campus:
Frenchay
Course director:
Sandra Parry

Page last updated 25 January 2017

Introduction

Bristol Business School's portfolio of short courses offers flexible learning solutions for you and your business. We have a range of courses in: Finance and Strategic Planning; Coaching and Coaching; Human Resource Management and Personal Development; Project Management, and Marketing.

Our short courses are delivered by experienced academics and consultants, who apply their expertise and cutting-edge thinking with a practical focus.

Course introduction

The Faculty of Business and Law, UWE Bristol, is a registered training provider with the Institute of Leadership and Management. As part of our short course portfolio we proudly offer an extended short course in Coaching to allow participants to achieve an ILM Level 3 Award in Coaching qualification.

The ILM qualification aims to give you the skills and experience to develop your coaching skills by practically completing coaching sessions and reviewing these within the context of the workplace.

Who is it for?

This course is aimed at anyone who undertakes coaching in their workplace and is designed for people in first management roles.

The Level 3 qualification is ideal for individuals seeking to develop the skills, knowledge and confidence to mentor people as part of their normal working role. You will need to have access to complete at least 6 hours of coaching in the workplace.

What do I get out of it?

Benefits for individuals

  •  Know what it takes to be an effective coach in your workplace.
  • Understand how coaching works learn a coaching model and tools and techniques to support it.
  • Put your new skills into practice in your job carry out coaching sessions.
  • Analyse, assess and plan to improve your own coaching ability.

Benefits for employers

  • Implement coaching to improve performance in your organisation
  • Ensure the managers you develop as coaches are properly equipped with the skills, knowledge and ethical understanding they need to be effective.

Careers / Further study

On successful completion of the course, you can progress to the ILM Level 5 Certificate in Coaching and Coaching.

As a Higher Education Institution, we are also able to map your ILM qualification into one of our Professional Development Awards or other possible undergraduate and postgraduate awards for those wishing to develop their academic study further.

Accreditations and partnerships:

Structure

Content

What does it cover?

The course will be delivered over three days.

Prior to your course starting

Prior to your first training session you will be required to complete our online ILM Welcome session, explaining more about your qualification and the University via our online learning environment BlackBoard.

Day One

The first day will be jointly delivered with the ILM Level 3 Award in Mentoring enabling students to consider the differences between coaching and mentoring and to develop the key skills needed for both.

Days Two and Three

The second and third days will specialise in Coaching and will take the form of learning sets where there will be a combination of facilitated and peer learning.

Topics covered will include:

  • The nature and purpose of workplace coaching.
  • The knowledge, skills and behaviours of effective coaches.
  • Using a coaching model and relevant tools and techniques.
  • The role of professional standards in coaching including ethical standards and contracting.
  • Reflective practice and personal development planning.

Learning and Teaching

How will I learn?

The course is delivered though face-to-face group sessions and self study. As part of your study you will work closely with group members to engage and reflect on your learning to draw into your assessment. Class sessions are interactive allowing for the exchange of the wide variety of experiences people bring, coaching exercises and discussions. Based on the ILM framework of Knowing-Doing-Being* we will encourage you to gather and evaluate knowledge, apply ideas, practice models and through reflection integrate your learning into your practice.

Study time

What commitment do I have to make?

  • Attending the teaching workshops, delivered at UWE, Frenchay Campus, Bristol.
  • Time commitment - as a guide, is 100 hours. This includes class time, self study and assignment writing. This is only a guideline, and will depend highly on your learning ability.
  • To complete 6 hours of coaching for the ILM assessment. This does not include preparation or reflection time for your sessions.
  • Completing your ILM assessment to strict deadline.
  • You will be required to use our electronic BlackBoard system to access course materials and information. Training will be given on the system on day one of this course.
  • We encourage you to manage your own reading and are happy to supply a list of recommended texts on request.

On successful completion of your qualification you will be invited to join us at our ILM presentation ceremony to collect your ILM certificate and celebrate your achievement.

Assessment

To achieve your ILM qualification, you will be required to complete 3 assignments:

  • Assignment one focuses on your understanding of good practice in workplace coaching.
  • Assignment two requires you to evidence you have undertaken 6 hours of coaching, including specific elements of coaching like the use of diagnostic and assessment tools. You need to keep diaries, notes and logs of your practice to evidence your work.
  • Assignment three is a reflective review on your coaching including your personal development plans as a coach.

You will be given a set hand-in date to submit your ILM assignment.

Features

Study facilities

Our short courses are Located at Frenchay Campus, with easy access to the M4 and M5 motorways and Bristol Parkway rail station.

To be able to fully participate in our course, you will need to be comfortable with using the Internet and searching for information online. Session materials are presented through a number of sources including Microsoft Word, Power Point, pdf and online workbooks and discussions.

As a learner at the University of the West of England, you will also have full access to our library on campus and all online materials and resources. Alongside this once registered onto the ILM qualification you will be able to register for your ILM study membership and its range of benefits.

Prices and dates

Supplementary fee information

£1,350.00

20% early bird discount fee of £1,080 available if paid in full 8 weeks before the start of the course.

Dates

There are currently no dates available for this course. Please contact us to register your interest and we will let you know when the course is next scheduled to run.

 

How to apply

How to apply

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