Training to be a Coach- NEW COURSES
Maximising potential is the main aim of the British School of Coaching.
Focussing on human and organisational development, we offer ILM accredited training from the ILM Level 2 Award in Mentoring for Young Learners, right through to the Masters-standard Level 7 Diploma in Executive Coaching and Mentoring, which enables an individual to run their own Coaching practice.
Our qualified and experienced faculty are on hand to offer advice, guidance and reassurance to candidates throughout their course of study. We use only coaches of the highest calibre, and tailor course timings and locations to best suit each group.
We also offer a friendly advice and referral service to organisations looking to appoint accredited Coaches with a proven track record of delivery, and have successfully placed many of our past candidates.
Level 7 Diploma in Executive Coaching and Mentoring
The ILM Diploma is the highest level of Coaching and Mentoring training the ILM has to offer. It is aimed at participants who will be very significantly involved in executive coaching/leadership mentoring within an organisation, or more likely as a freelance coach.
This Level 7 qualification in Coaching and Mentoring aims to provide practising senior leaders/managers (or those working in a training and development role) with the knowledge, skills and confidence to perform effectively as coaches/mentors as part of their normal work role
Level 5 Diploma in Coaching and Mentoring
The Diploma is aimed at participants who will be significantly involved in management coaching/mentoring, within an organisation or as a freelancer
This programme aims to provide practising managers with the knowledge, skills and confidence to perform effectively as coaches or mentors as part of their normal work role
Level 3 Award in Coaching
This Level 3 qualification in Coaching aims to provide practising and potential team leaders and first line managers with the knowledge, skills and confidence to perform effectively as workplace coaches as part of their normal work role
Aims to equip potential and practising team leaders and first line managers with the knowledge, skills and confidence to perform effectively as workplace mentors as part of their normal work role.
This is a versatile qualification designed to support young people. It is a qualification which could suit learners at an early stage of their mentoring careers- from sports mentors, parents, business mentors to graduate trainees.
British School of Coaching. 01744 605046. St Helens WA10 6UU