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CMI Unit 5017 Coaching Practice and Theory

About this course

The Coaching Practice and Theory course enables managers and leaders to develop and maintain supportive professional relationships when coaching. You’ll also learn how to use a range of practical coaching  tools, techniques and interventions as a coach within an organisational context to achieve goals and improve outcomes.

Learning outcomes

  1. Understand the tools and techniques used in coaching practice
  2. Understand the need to develop relationships to support coaching practice
  3. Understand guidelines and protocols for intervention and the need to develop coaching interventions to meet organisational requirements

Course content

1.1 Explain what is meant by the coaching cycle

1.2 Evaluate the use of reflection, self-awareness, dialogue, questioning and listening techniques within coaching activities to achieve behavioural and organisational change

1.3 Explain the impact of personalities on the selection of the tools and techniques adopted with individuals

1.4 Determine when problem-solving techniques are appropriate within coaching activities

1.5 Explain the differing techniques needed when coaching different groups and individuals

2.1 Analyse what is needed for successful coaching relationships

2.2 Identify how to build the commitment of the individuals to establish a partnership for effective coaching

2.3 Establish goals and agree action plans with individuals

2.4 Evaluate individuals’ engagement with the programme through the coaching process

3.1 Discuss guidelines and protocols for interventions based on accepted coaching theory and practice

3.2 Develop coaching interventions against identified organisational objectives

3.3 Evaluate the effectiveness of the coaching interventions in achieving organisational objectives

Key Features

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Time-efficient learning that fits around your other commitments

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Apply the learning directly to your current or future work setting

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CMI Unit 5017 Coaching Practice and Theory

Course Summary

Guided Learning

45 Hours

Course / Unit Credit Value

Unit 5017: 60 TUT

Qualification 1

CMI Level 5 Management Coaching and Mentoring

Qualification 1 Credit Value

Award: 60 TUT; Certificate: 180 TUT; Diploma: 420 TUT

Qualification 2

CMI Level 5 Diploma in Professional Consulting (430 TUT)

Qualification 2 Credit Value

Unit 5017: 60 TUT (Group B option)
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