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Location Ambleside, Lancaster
Duration Part-time, 2-3 Years
Start date September 2020
Entry Requirements Programme specification (PDF)
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PgC Coaching and Mentoring is designed for those wishing to enter professional coaching and mentoring, or for those who are already professional coaches but who wish to extend their knowledge and practice to Masters level.

The programme is based on the use of transformative learning and covers the underlying principles and key theories of coaching and mentoring at Executive Level. This includes the key contemporary theories related to coaching and mentoring; supervision; attaining professional standards; ethics and ethical coaching practice; Transformative reflection; and the practical application in the contextualised work environment.

You will develop an understanding of the key challenges in contemporary coaching and mentoring, including; improved knowledge of the key theories appertaining to coaching and mentoring; an understanding of the ethics and how to attain professional recognition; an understanding of transformative reflection and transformative coaching; the opportunity to publish your work.

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We also offer this course as an MSc or PgD. Click the buttons below to find out more.

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Graduate destinations

This can lead to a career in Executive Coaching and Mentoring. Coaching and mentoring is regarded by employers as a contemporary method of leadership and management training within organisations.

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