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This course is intended to inform practising counsellors who might be considering adding coaching skills to their practice. The main delivery is in the form of videos which can be accessed at any time. The videos are backed up by handouts and an end of course quiz.
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This course is a simple and effective entry to the coaching world, aimed at the professional counsellor. After completing the course, the student will be well equipped to start a professional coaching course at a higher level if they wish to.
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|Section 1: Introduction|
|Section 2: Moving from Counselling into Coaching|
What Counsellors Already Know about Coaching - and what they don't!Preview
What does a coaching session look like?
Where do counselling and coaching overlap?
|Section 3: How Coaching is Applied Professionally|
How is Coaching used, and what are some of the successful niches?
Professional requirements for Coaching
Course summary and further learning
Alan is a personal and business coach, helping people to reach their full potential. His particular expertise is in helping people to move ahead when they feel stuck or blocked.
He has many years experience as a coach, working with individuals and teams in the Plymouth area, and he has trained several cohorts of coaches as a university tutor. He has also worked as a teacher, manager, family mediator and psychotherapist.
He has degrees in Engineering and Education, and post-graduate qualifications in teaching and psychotherapy. He also has a Master's degree in Management and Leadership.
He is married to Grace Chatting, who is also a coach who specialises in relationships. He has three adult children and one grandchild.