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Coaching, Mentoring and Training in Education

Duration: Flexible

Overview

This course focuses on contemporary issues, debates and developing practice in the field of mentoring and coaching relevant to an educational setting. This course will provide support in the study of the theory and practice of mentoring and coaching and/or training. Participants will develop practical skills in the mentoring and coaching process by a critical exploration of a variety of coaching models with reference to relevant literature and theory. Participants will use a range of relevant theoretical perspectives to develop their skills in critical analysis and reflection on their practice as a mentor, coach and/or trainer.

Delivery & Content

Delivery of the course will be via:

• Practical workshops and seminars.

• Independent research.

• School based practice.

A brief summary of content covered would be:

• The knowledge and understanding of coaching models, including the exploration of the procedures, protocols and ethics in the mentoring, coaching and/or training process.

• Approaches and research in mentoring, coaching and/or training within education.

• Application and selection of mentoring, coaching and/or training models appropriate to a school context.

• Exploring interpersonal relationships and communication skills in the mentoring, coaching and/or training dynamic, in order to develop the learning conversation.

• Evaluating best practice in the mentoring, coaching and/or training process using a range of settings.

 

Suitable for

Professionals in a coaching, mentoring and/or training role within an educational setting.

Assessment

Participants will complete two assessments including a presentation and assignment. This course can be accredited or non-accredited depending on individual needs and progression. If participants choose the accredited option they can gain 30 Masters level credits.

Progression

Participants may undertake further 30 credit Masters level CPD modules or may progress onto the full MA/MEd in Professional Practice.

Overview

This course focuses on contemporary issues, debates and developing practice in the field of mentoring and coaching relevant to an educational setting. This course will provide support in the study of the theory and practice of mentoring and coaching and/or training. Participants will develop practical skills in the mentoring and coaching process by a critical exploration of a variety of coaching models with reference to relevant literature and theory. Participants will use a range of relevant theoretical perspectives to develop their skills in critical analysis and reflection on their practice as a mentor, coach and/or trainer.

Delivery & Content

Delivery of the course will be via:

• Practical workshops and seminars.

• Independent research.

• School based practice.

A brief summary of content covered would be:

• The knowledge and understanding of coaching models, including the exploration of the procedures, protocols and ethics in the mentoring, coaching and/or training process.

• Approaches and research in mentoring, coaching and/or training within education.

• Application and selection of mentoring, coaching and/or training models appropriate to a school context.

• Exploring interpersonal relationships and communication skills in the mentoring, coaching and/or training dynamic, in order to develop the learning conversation.

• Evaluating best practice in the mentoring, coaching and/or training process using a range of settings.

 

Suitable for

Professionals in a coaching, mentoring and/or training role within an educational setting.

Assessment

Participants will complete two assessments including a presentation and assignment. This course can be accredited or non-accredited depending on individual needs and progression. If participants choose the accredited option they can gain 30 Masters level credits.

Progression

Participants may undertake further 30 credit Masters level CPD modules or may progress onto the full MA/MEd in Professional Practice.

Course Contact Details

CPD/Professional Development Team

Faculty of Education

Hope Park

Liverpool Hope University

Liverpool, L16 9JD.

T: 0151 291 3093

E: cpd@hope.ac.uk