CMI Unit 532 The Role of the Professional Coach

About this course

The ability to deliver high quality coaching is central to the role of the Professional Coach, regardless of whether they coach within their own organisation or as an external contractor. This unit focuses on the knowledge, skills, and behaviours required to coach in a manner that is engaging, builds trust, and supports the coachee to progress towards their goals.

The unit is designed to enable the Professional Coach to explore strategies for managing stakeholder relationships, communicating with impact, problem solving and decision making. It concludes by considering how the Professional Coach can be supported to optimise the effectiveness of their practice.

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 532 The Role of the Professional Coach

Course Summary

Guided Learning

28 Hours

Course / Unit Credit Value

Unit 532: 90 TUT
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