Starting: 7 September 2022, 31 October 2022
Free to eligible businesses and individuals
This course is part of the three-year #WECAN (Women Empowered through Coaching and Networking) project. Partly funded by the European Union Social Fund and working with a network of partners - including Edge Hill University and Social Enterprise Yorkshire and Humber (SEYH) – the project offers bespoke support to SMEs and their women employees and managers. Discover more about #WECAN on our dedicated pages.
ILM Level 3 Effective Coaching provides you with the opportunity to:
- Know what it takes to be an effective coach
- Understand how coaching works
- Learn a recognised coaching model, and the tools and techniques to support it
- Put your new skills into practice and carry out supervised coaching sessions
- Reflect on your own coaching performance
This programme is led by #WECAN delivery lead David Taylor. For over twenty years David has been a professional coach with a portfolio of clients including owners and Managing Directors of SME’s as well as leaders working in larger organisations in the UK and beyond.
David will guide you through group workshops and individual tutorials online via MS Teams. The programme is structured into three distinct stages:
1) Understanding coaching theories and processes
- 4 x 3-hour workshops (including tutorial time)
- 6 weeks to complete a 2500 - 3000 word report
- Allow approximately 25 hours for preparing and writing this report
2) Six hours practical coaching with one or two coaches
- 1 x 3 hour workshop
- 1 x 3 hour tutorial
- 1 x 1 hour supervision of practical coaching
- 7 weeks to complete 6 hours of coaching
3) Reflecting and reviewing your experience
- 1 x 3 hour workshop
- 4 weeks to complete the assessment
- Allow 15 – 20 hours for preparing your assessment
Everything you need to know
You need to be a woman employee in an eligible SME.
You should be prepared to commit to approximately 60 hours of individual study, in addition to the workshops and tutorials, and identify someone in the workplace who you can coach.
The Award comprises three units of study:
- Understanding Good Practice in Coaching within an Organisational Context
- Undertaking Coaching within an Organisational Context
- Reflecting on Coaching Skills within an Organisational Context
accreditation information and assignments
There will be an introduction to the ILM in the onboarding session. For completion of the qualification, you are required to produce three assignments:
- Written report (2,500 - 3000 words)
- Documents, with accompanying narrative, to demonstrate 6 hours of coaching, including planning, recording and reviewing of each session
- Reflective summary of coaching practice and personal development plan
Partly funded by the European Union Social Fund
The project has a budget of £1.7m over three years, partly funded by partners and partly from the European Social Fund as part of the 2014-2020 European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme in England. The Department for Work and Pensions (and in London the intermediate body Greater London Authority) is the Managing Authority for the England European Social Fund programme. Established by the European Union, the European Social Fund helps local areas stimulate their economic development by investing in projects which will support skills development, employment and job creation, social inclusion and local community regenerations.