Professional Coaching Practice and Ethics 6N2925

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The overall aim of this QQI minor award Professional Coaching Practice and Ethics 6N2925 is to enable the learner to acquire the knowledge, skills and competence necessary to work independently and professionally as a coach in a number of different settings and to ensure understanding of the importance of following guidelines and best practice in the running and management of the coaching practice.

 

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The overall aim of this QQI minor award Professional Coaching Practice and Ethics 6N2925 is to enable the learner to acquire the knowledge, skills and competence necessary to work independently and professionally as a coach in a number of different settings and to ensure understanding of the importance of following guidelines and best practice in the running and management of the coaching practice.

Evaluate key professional standards for the coaching profession to include membership of professional associations, adherence to ethical guidelines and participation in supervision and continuous professional development (CPD)
Demonstrate a knowledge of ethical guidelines for the coaching profession to include laws and regulations that relate to the coaching profession
Outline the characteristics of a contract to include how coach and client work together, confidentiality, practical arrangements and responsibilities
Describe a range of contractual relationships to include individual, team, group coaching and multihanded contracts
Analyse the differences between coaching, psychotherapy, mentoring, consulting and other support professions and their role in personal and or workplace development
Diagnose, with client what is of importance and the desired outcomes from a coaching session
Design a coaching agreement to clarify the coaching process
Manage a coaching session to include planning and evaluation
Advocate opportunities for ongoing learning and self-discovery for the client
Evaluate when a coaching client should be referred to another coaching professional or for mentoring, counselling or psychotherapy
Employ substantial personal autonomy in establishing and maintaining high professional and ethical standards
Implement professional standards in all aspects of coaching practice
Articulate the benefits of CPD including supervision for coaches
Display adherence to a high standard of ethical and professional practice throughout the coaching process
Manage operational and organisational challenges which may impact effective coaching in a wide range of contexts

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