Accredited training programme for Internal Coaches and Mentors
Postgraduate Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring for Leadership in Organisations delivered in partnership with Leeds Business School.
- Blended learning
- Virtual Webinars
- Face-to-face learning
PGC in Coaching and Mentoring for Leadership in Organisations
This accredited learning is delivered by a team of coaching and mentoring experts through a blended approach of virtual webinars or face-to-face learning, with group discussions, action learning sets, pertinent reading on up to date coaching and mentoring concepts and models, written research and assignments and actual coaching and mentoring sessions, which will be assessed by the tutors with feedback.
How will the programme be delivered?
There are 3 modules, comprising 76 hours of blended teaching, which we recommend is taken over the course of a year. Cohorts of 8 to 10 participants work best through our blended format of virtual teaching.
Module 1: The Fundamentals of Coaching and Mentoring
(28 hours contact time)
This module provides participants with the knowledge and skills of coaching and mentoring and reflective practice so that they can perform effectively as a coach and mentor. Participants will be introduced to a variety of concepts, theories, models and techniques to help develop systematic understanding and critical awareness of coaching and mentoring within the context of practice.
The assessment for this module is a coursework assignment where participants critically review a range of coaching and mentoring concepts, theories and models that can be used to support coaching and mentoring interventions (6000 words).
Module 2: Coaching & Mentoring for Organisation Development
(28 hours contact time)
This module provides participants with an understanding of differing roles and forms of specific coaching and mentoring intervention for the practitioner in the workplace and through critical reflection help participants gain a clearer understanding of challenges and dilemmas confronting coaches and mentors. The module will enable participants to develop a broader understanding and critical awareness of the role of the coach and mentor in the process of organisational development.
The assessment for this module is a coursework reflective assignment reviewing interventions concerning coaching and mentoring intervention projects in the context of organisational development, undertaken by the participant (6000 words).
Module 3: Coaching & Mentoring Reflective Practice
(20 hours contact time)
The module provides participants with an opportunity to develop knowledge for and from reflexive practice in the context of their coaching and mentoring practice. They will also reflect on how coaching and mentoring can be applied to personal, professional and organisational growth and consider their application in the development of inpidual and collective development strategy.
The module requires the submission of a Critical Reflective Practice Assignment (6000 words).