CMI Unit 531 Principles of Professional Coaching

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Coaching is a transformative learning process which can enable individuals to achieve their full potential. This unit introduces the principles of professional coaching, including the similarities and differences with other methods of support and the rationale for its delivery. There is a focus on the roles and responsibilities within the coaching relationship, organisational, legal and ethical frameworks and quality assurance.

On successful completion of the unit, the Professional Coach will be equipped with an understanding of the processes for contracting, delivering, and managing coaching.

Course content

1.1  Discuss the benefits of professional coaching

1.2  Evaluate professional coaching with other methods that support the development of individuals

1.3  Analyse the roles and responsibilities for delivering and managing professional coaching

1.4  Evaluate the ethical and legal frameworks which inform professional coaching

2.1 Evaluate the role and purpose of contracting in professional coaching

2.2 Discuss the process for delivering professional coaching

Key Features

CMI Unit 531 Principles of Professional Coaching

Course Summary

Guided Learning

16 Hours

Course / Unit Credit Value

Unit 531: 60 TUT
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