The course is aimed at 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.
In the first unit, ‘Understanding good practice in workplace coaching’, the role of the workplace coach is explored. Here participants assess their own ability to use a variety of interpersonal communication skills when giving effective feedback to learners.
In ‘Organising workplace coaching’ participants look at the range and value of different learning resources to support safe and effective coaching, alongside practical skills in how to monitor and record learner progress.
In the final unit of the Award, participants plan and organise workplace coaching sessions, undertaking coaching and then monitoring/reviewing their own workplace coaching performance.
For units 1 & 2 - Work-based assignment
For unit 3 - Coaching diary
By the end of this course delegates will be able to:
If you are representing a business the Level 3 Award can be run exclusively and tailored to suit your company's specific learning requirements and organisational needs.
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