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Psychological Approaches to Coaching – Working with a values map

Accredited by the Association for Coaching
Accredited by the Association for Coaching

The programme is designed to allow learners time to reflect, consolidate and practice between modules. Each module is three days in length and includes supervised coaching practice with feedback.For experienced coaches there is the opportunity to dip into the programme and attend individual modules. As this course is accredited by the Association for Coaches the modules can be used as CPD.

The modules are:

  • Foundations in Coaching – 28th to 30th March 2017
  • Transactional Analysis for Coaches – 23rd to 25th May 2017
  • There’s more going on than you think! – 4th to 6th July 2017
  • Working with a values map – 5th to 7th September 2017

 

Learners will be expected to complete pre-work before each module and once the course has commenced practice coaching to consolidate learning. Modules 2 to 4 will include time for learners to present coaching cases for supervision. All students will need to have cases to present.

For new coaches not yet in practice guidance and support will be given on how to practice ethically and safely during training.

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Psychological Approaches to Coaching – There’s more going on than you think!

ReC_whiteThe programme is designed to allow learners time to reflect, consolidate and practice between modules. Each module is three days in length and includes supervised coaching practice with feedback.For experienced coaches there is the opportunity to dip into the programme and attend individual modules. As this course is accredited by the Association for Coaches the modules can be used as CPD.

The modules are:

  • Foundations in Coaching – 28th to 30th March 2017
  • Transactional Analysis for Coaches – 23rd to 25th May 2017
  • There’s more going on than you think! – 4th to 6th July 2017
  • Working with a values map – 5th to 7th September 2017

 

Learners will be expected to complete pre-work before each module and once the course has commenced practice coaching to consolidate learning. Modules 2 to 4 will include time for learners to present coaching cases for supervision. All students will need to have cases to present.

wellFor new coaches not yet in practice guidance and support will be given on how to practice ethically and safely during training.

 

 

Psychological Approaches to Coaching – Foundations in Coaching

Accredited by the Association for Coaching
Accredited by the Association for Coaching

The programme is designed to allow learners time to reflect, consolidate and practice between modules. Each module is three days in length and includes supervised coaching practice with feedback.For experienced coaches there is the opportunity to dip into the programme and attend individual modules. As this course is accredited by the Association for Coaches the modules can be used as CPD.

The modules are:

  • Foundations in Coaching – 28th to 30th March 2017
  • Transactional Analysis for Coaches – 23rd to 25th May 2017
  • There’s more going on than you think! – 4th to 6th July 2017
  • Working with a values map – 5th to 7th September 2017

Learners will be expected to complete pre-work before each module and once the course has commenced practice coaching to consolidate learning. Modules 2 to 4 will include time for learners to present coaching cases for supervision. All students will need to have cases to present.

For new coaches not yet in practice guidance and support will be given on how to practice ethically and safely during training.

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Using NLP in Coaching

As an NLP Master Trainer and the trainer of an Association for Coaching accredited Diploma I believe there is a value in clarifying how NLP (Neuro-linguistic programming) adds to the field of Wisperia imagecoaching.
Over the next few weeks I will write a series of blogs firstly mapping out how each fits with the other and then secondly focusing in on some specific NLP tools and some ideas on how to use them.

Coaching as a field is on a different logical level to NLP. What I mean by that is that NLP provides a series of tools that can be used within coaching along with other disciplines such as Solution Focused Therapy, TA etc. Coaching does not really have a separate identity or definition although it could be argued there are specialisations.
nlp101logoNLP was originally based on a modelling project focusing on three primary subjects from the therapy field, Virginia Satir, Milton Erickson and Fritz Perls. From this modelling project emerged many of the tools that are used on a daily basis by many coaches including rapport, calibration, re-framing, questioning skills and perceptual positions. None of these were really new however they were collated into a useful framework.
In the next few weeks I will share more detail including how I incorporate some specific aspects of NLP into my coaching Diploma “Psychological Approaches to Coaching” and how my four day NLP Diploma can also provide a useful platform for coaches.

Free One Day Introduction to AC Accredited “Psychological Approaches to Coaching”

Accredited by the Association for Coaching
Accredited by the Association for Coaching

Are you interested in training to become an Accredited Coach?

Or maybe you already work as a coach and want to expand your knowledge..

Either way you are welcome to attend our free one day introduction workshop to find out more about our Association for Coaching Accredited Diploma course:

Psychological Approaches to Coaching

led by

Melody Cheal MSc Psychology & NLP Master Trainer

What are the benefits of attending?

  • Find out more about the content of our Accredited Diploma and if coaching is for you.
  • Gain an understanding of the foundation for coaching
  • Discover the difference between coaching, mentoring and other disciplines.
  • Pick up some useful tools to apply right away.
  • Gain a CPD (Continuous Professional Development) certificate for 6 hours of training.
  • Check that Melody’s training style is a fit for you.
  • Meet and network with people who share your interest.

Where is the free two day introduction course held?

We hold the introduction event and the full course at our own purpose built venue on the edge of the magnificent Ashdown Forest, a national park of outstanding beauty. Ashdown Forest is the original home of Winnie the Pooh!

The venue address is Oakhurst, Marden’s Hill, Crowborough, East Sussex TN6 1XL

How do I book a place?

Contact Melody direct to book a place or to get further information.

Call 01892 309 205 or email melody@gwizlearning.com

Do you want a little more information before you decide?

Here is a brief overview:

The programme is designed to allow learners time to reflect, consolidate and practice between modules. Each module is three days in length and includes supervised coaching practice with feedback.

For experienced coaches there is the opportunity to dip into the programme and attend individual modules. As this course is accredited by the Association for Coaches the modules can be used as CPD.

The modules are:

  • Foundations in Coaching
  • Transactional Analysis for Coaches
  • There’s more going on than you think!
  • Working with a values map

For more details request a course prospectus by emailing melody@gwizlearning.com

Learners will be expected to complete pre-work before each module and once the course has commenced practice coaching to consolidate learning. Modules 2 to 4 will include time for learners to present coaching cases for supervision. All students will need to have cases to present.

For new coaches not yet in practice guidance and support will be given on how to practice ethically and safely during training.

Are you ready to book your free place on the introduction workshop?

Contact Melody direct to book a place or to get further information.

Call 01892 309 205 or email melody@gwizlearning.com