Are you a Manager, People Development and Support Specialist or Independent Consultant/Coach-Mentor looking to:
- develop your knowledge and skills in Coaching and Mentoring so it becomes part of your everyday management activity
- enhance your existing skills set to support individuals and teams to higher levels of performance, or
- do you want to simply formalise your experience with an accredited qualification
Whatever your reason, the ILM Level 5 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring provides participants with the knowledge, skills and confidence to perform effectively as Coaches or Mentors as part of their normal work role.
A dual accreditation, from both the ILM and the EMCC, is also available to participants of this programme by completing an extended period of practice in addition to the three mandatory ILM units. This will lead to the EMCC European Quality Award Certification at Practitioner Level aswell as the ILM Level 5 Certificate.
The ILM programme itself is made of three mandatory units which enable participants to understand, develop and demonstrate knowledge and skills in workplace coaching and mentoring.
- Unit 1 – Understanding the skills, principles and practice of effective management coaching and mentoring – Enables participants to understand the contribution of coaching and mentoring to individuals and organisations and make a case for using Coaching or Mentoring in their organisation.
- Unit 2 – Reviewing own ability as a Management Coaching or Mentor – Participants review their own ability as a Management Coach or Mentor, exploring their ethical and moral views as well as the core communication skills.
- Unit 3 – Undertaking Management Coaching or Mentoring in the workplace – Enables participants to plan and deliver a short coaching or mentoring programme in line with their organisational, divisional or team goals.
This Level 5 programme is equivalent to study at Foundation Degree Level. The Certificate will provide you with 13 credits.
Delegates successfully completing our programme can be automatically accepted on the University of Wolverhampton’s Business School MA in Coaching and Mentoring if you wish to further your studies.
What is the format and how long will it take?
The programme requires 37 hours of Guided Learning Time. Completion is typcially over a six to eight month timeframe. There is one route of study available.
- Classroom Based Programme including supported Distance Learning Activities – A blended learning approach including 5 classroom days (1+2+2), distance learning activities, one-to-one coaching, observed coaching, assessment teleseminar. All supported by your own dedicated Coach-Mentor.
Currently this programme, ILM Level 5 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring is available In-house for a minimum of 6 delegates or as an Open Access Programme.
If you would like to know more then please do give us a call.