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Diploma in Coaching and Mentoring

The Diploma in Coaching aims to enable you to deepen your knowledge of the theory and practice of coaching. By the end of the programme, you will have built on your core coaching skills and developed clarity around your coaching presence and your unique coaching approach.

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The programme is designed to develop a community of learning, so that all students learn together and from each other. Some aspects of the content will be co-created collaboratively as you and the other students collectively determine your areas of interest for the diploma, incorporating experiential and theoretical inputs on coaching models and approaches as well as developing self-awareness.

Volunteer coaching is an important element in developing coaching skills. You will be encouraged to further develop your coaching practice by working with three volunteer coachees for the duration of the diploma programme.

Hear what a previous student thought of the course here:

Key Facts

Qualification: Diploma in Coaching (30 credits at Level 5)

Mode of Study: Classroom attendance, part-time

Venue: The University of Warwick, room tbc

Reference: D001

Tutors: Ian Day and Carolyn Reily

Success Stories

"The coaching diploma offers a true learning experience, gained through learning about coaching theory and approaches combined with the opportunity to practice what is taught. There is also so much insight and learning from other students on the course. I can't believe how much my coaching skills and confidence have developed."

Esther, current student on the Diploma in Coaching