Credit Award Coaching and Mentoring

Course overview
  • Course overview
  • Course details
  • Finance
  • Resources and Facilities
  • Meet the staff
Book An Open Day Book An Open Day

Key course details

Location
Duration Part-time, 1 Semester
Start date September, January
Entry Requirements
Need more information about this course?

Speak to an advisor

*subject to validation What does this mean?

The aim of the module is to develop the knowledge and skills needed by those who are, and who aspire to be coaches and/or mentors within an organisational context by engagement with relevant coaching and mentoring literature and skills development.

Indicative content includes:

  • Behavioural change models
  • self assessment of personal coaching and mentoring skills
  • 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

Graduate destinations

This short course can be used within both the PGCert in management and leadership in health and social care programme and the MSc in Practice Development.

Chat to a student on The Access Platform