Coaching Models of Practice 6N3087

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The Coaching Models of Practice (6N3087) is a minor QQI award and has been designed to give an overview of Coaching and define coaching competencies needed to become a qualified coach.

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The Coaching Models of Practice (6N3087) is a minor QQI award and has been designed to give an overview of Coaching and define coaching competencies needed to become a qualified coach. This course focuses on helping individuals explore the relevant knowledge, skills and competence to explore theory, understand the principles of and define the characteristics needed to be an effective coach. Areas being covered are:

  • Evaluate a range of coaching models to include coactive coaching and GROW models and the theories that underpin them
  • Outline the characteristics of different levels of active listening required to fully attend to the words, nonverbal cues and body language of the client
  • Detail the core principles of coaching to include unconditional positive regard, present and future focus, goal setting and outcome attainment
  • Describe necessary conditions to ensure effective coaching to include planning for sessions and maintaining appropriate records
  • Explore a range of coaching techniques to include powerful questioning, reflecting, paraphrasing, summarising, challenging and giving feedback to encourage client self-discovery
  • Evaluate different learning styles to include active, reflective and theoretical styles
  • Articulate how coaching can positively impact upon individuals and within the workplace 8 Assess the clients learning style to best facilitate the coaching process
  • Manage the arrangements which support the coaching relationship effectively to include frequency, ground rules, cost, evaluation, monitoring, progress and ending of contract
  • Select a coaching model, and style that works best for the client
  • Employ a coaching strategy which holds the client responsible for their own process
  • Demonstrate how beliefs, values and attitudes inform strategies and choices based on both theory and practice
  • Facilitate the client in the generation of goals and outcomes from the coaching process
  • Guide the client in exploring positive alternatives and in challenging assumptions.

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