This aim of this module is to both broaden and deepen your engagement with relevant coaching and mentoring literature and skills development. You will evaluate the skills and knowledge required to undertake coaching and mentoring in a management role.
This course covers topics such as behavioural change models; communication; coaching and mentoring theory, models and approaches; contracting and ethical issues in relation to coaching and mentoring; facilitation skills; problem solving techniques; reflective practice; the coaching cycle; developing self awareness; supervision models.
On successful completion, you will be able to:
- Review the role and contribution of management coaching and mentoring to individuals and organisations, making the link to personal and organisational development goals.
- Demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of coaching and mentoring theory, models and best practice.
- Design an individualised detailed management coaching and mentoring intervention for one or more clients, (with measurable outcomes), develop and mantain an appropriate coaching and mentoring log.
- Demonstrate your own ability to perform effectively as a management coach/mentor, engaging in peer coaching/mentoring to seek feedback on individual performance.
- Provide a detailed critical reflection of your experience of the process involved in management coaching and mentoring, with an evaluation that explores areas for improvement in your own coaching and mentoring practice, defining how you intend to make these developments.
Assessment, Feedback, and Teaching and Learning methods
Full details are available in the programme specification.
Have a question about our entry requirements?
See course specific entry requirements listed below.
To be eligible to study this module on a stand-alone basis, students must demonstrate the ability to study at this level and commit to attempting the assessment. Students who successfully complete this module as a stand-alone module will be eligible for a Certificate of Achievement. When taken as part of a specific named award, the module content and assessment must be focussed towards the subject of that award.
Completion of the formative components will support you in undertaking the summative assessment.
Making your application
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What makes a good application?
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Make sure you include:
- Relevant qualifications/evidence of ability: check our website for the specific entry requirements required for each course. Tell us your previous academic results and your projected grades.
- A supportive reference, from an employer or your school or college.
- A good personal statement.
Explain clearly what attracts you to the course and tell us about your wider interests and experience. If you are applying for a course that incorporates professional training and placements, you should include any relevant experience or visits you have made in the workplace. Highlight your individual strengths and qualities, personal skills, capacity for teamwork, contribution to the community and your enterprise, originality and determination. Select some activities which bring out these qualities.
When we receive your application, we will send you an acknowledgement and if you are successful at this stage you will get either - an offer (with an invitation to visit the campus to which you have applied), or - an invitation to interview on a particular date. If we are not able to offer you a place on your chosen course we will usually try to offer you a place on a similar course and will contact you to discuss this. Alternatively, if we think you are suitable, but cannot offer you a place on your preferred campus because of the level of competition, we will offer you a place at another campus if one is available.
And if I accept?
The admissions team will contact you and send further information from February onwards about accommodation, and from May/June onwards about preparing to join the university. If you have any other queries, please telephone the admissions offices for information and advice on 0845 6061144.
We welcome applications for deferred entry on some courses. If you have specific plans during your year out, indicate these on your personal statement as they may be relevant to your course and could enhance your application.
Please see the international pages of our website for full details of our entry requirements (including English-language skills) as well as contacts for advice and support.
From 2009 the UK Border Agency introduced a Points-Based Immigration System (PBS) for students coming to the UK from outside the European Economic Area (EEA).
Students entering higher education will need to obtain a Confirmation of Acceptance (CAS) plus finance confirmation to obtain a Tier 4 student visa.
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