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Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring

The Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring offers you a foundation of relevant models and practical skills that will equip you to engage in purposeful coaching and mentoring conversations and relationships.

If you are new to coaching and mentoring this course has been developed for you, focusing on the development of core coaching skills: listening, questioning and structuring a coaching and mentoring conversation.

You will explore the spectrum from directive to non-directive approaches, and the contrast between coaching and mentoring, encouraging you to identify where you wish to operate in your own practice.

We have been working hard to move these courses online, so you can join in from your own home or office.

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The course is designed to develop a community of learning so that all students learn together and from each other. You will work together to support one another's learning, with both experiential and theoretical inputs on coaching skills and practices. You will coach one another, give and receive feedback and learn to reflect on your development, helping you grow your awareness of yourself as a coach or mentor.

Volunteer coaching is an important element in developing coaching skills. From term two onwards you will be encouraged and supported to further develop your coaching by working with volunteer coaches, sharing your experiences with the group.

Key facts

Qualification: Certificate (30 credits at Level 4)

Mode of Study: Classroom attendance, part-time

Venue: The University of Warwick, room tbc

Reference: C005C

Tutors: Ian Day and other experts

Success stories

"This has helped me both inside and outside of the work environment to take a coaching approach and listen more attentively. I definitely think this has enhanced my management skills as well as my ability to contribute well in meetings. Given how much I enjoyed reading around the subject, I have decided to apply to do a masters."

Shamira Naidu-Young, former student