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ILM Level 7 Certificate & Diploma in Executive Coaching and Mentoring

”I was impressed with the thoroughly professional approach of the course tutor(s)… enabling me to understand at a deeper level the principles involved in successful coaching. The course was good mixture of practical and theory and was enjoyable and informative. It also challenged me to think of how I can use my new skills at executive and strategic level which I will certainly do”

– Headteacher, Primary School

Course overview

This is a post-graduate level qualification, designed for senior managers and HR/OD professionals. It is the most sought after programme for those who are aiming to lead a coaching practice or become a professional executive coach.

This year long programme will develop your capability to act as a coach and mentor at the highest level. The extensive practical and theory-based work will enable you to work with any client to develop their leadership skills and support their career development.

The programme is delivered multiple times per year in various locations, please get in touch for specific details.

Why choose BSC?

Course summary

Aimed at:
Those wishing to lead coaching in an organisation or work freelance

Duration:
Approximately 12 months, depending on work commitments

Accreditation:
Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM)

Qualification:
ILM Level 7 Certificate or Diploma (see below) in Executive Coaching and Mentoring

Course features (Certificate)

  • A highly interactive course with 6 face to face days of in-depth and highly practical workshops and peer support.
  • Personal tutor support: advice and guidance, feedback on draft assignments and supervision of 4 of your coaching sessions.
  • 1-to-1 advice and practical help from our expert tutors who have trained people from some of the world’s largest organisations.
  • All materials; programme folder, handbooks, workbooks and access to a huge range of coaching resources.
  • Complimentary Affiliate Membership of ISQC
  • On successful achievement, an internationally recognised and respected ILM Level 7 Certificate as well as 15 credits on the international qualifications framework.

Course tutors

Your tutors will be Judith Barton, Martin Hill or Shelagh O’Leary. They will be your programme tutor from start to finish, answer your questions and give you friendly help and advice.

You can contact them quickly, either by email or by phone.

What you will need

  • A high level of Coaching experience at an organisational level
  • Microsoft Word software, or equivalent
  • An email account

How the course works (Certificate)

The course begins with 5 ‘taught’ days in a seminar environment – split 3 days followed by 2 days a month later.  These days will be both theory and practise based and are aimed at giving you a strong body of knowledge whilst preparing you for your assignments and 20 hours of coaching or mentoring activity.

Once your coaching is underway, a 6th  ‘tutorial’ day is scheduled to support this work and the upcoming assignments.  There are three assignments:  a theoretical work-based assignment, a coaching diary and finally a ‘reflective review’ of your coaching practice.

When you have finished

You will receive an internationally recognised ILM, QCF credited Certificate. As a member of the prestigious British School of Coaching Alumni you will join a network of professional coaches with access to a wide range of coaching resources and information.

Progression routes

ILM Level 7 Diploma in Executive Coaching and Mentoring. This qualification is the highest level coaching qualification available. The Diploma content follows on naturally from the Certificate qualification, adding a further 2 ‘taught’ days and an extra 80 hours of coaching activity. Certificate candidates can decide mid course to progress with the Diploma, or can gain the Certificate and top up the credits with the Diploma work and achieve that qualification.

Participants complete the same three mandatory units as in the Certificate but also complete an extended period of mentoring or executive coaching – a total of 100 hours practice is required for the Diploma.

In this practical unit you will develop and improve your performance as a management coach/leadership mentor; and as a reflective practitioner.

You will take around 125 hours to plan, organise and evaluate an extended period of coaching or mentoring.

(Please note learners are not required to undertake the Certificate in Executive Coaching and Mentoring as a prerequisite and may join the Diploma in Executive Coaching and Mentoring directly.)

How to apply

Please complete and return the Application Form (above right) to info@britishschoolofcoaching.com
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