We offer two types of ILM coach training courses: ‘Accredited’ and ‘Recognised’ (scroll down for a brief explanation).
See below or click on the link for more information on each course.
Please see immediately below for more detailed information.
We offer the following two Accredited courses;
We can offer the ‘Diploma’ rather and ‘Certificate’ version of each. The ‘Diploma’ version has significantly more coaching hours, so the related written assignment is longer. Contact us for more details.
Please follow the links above to see the course details. In summary, these are nationally recognised qualifications in coaching and mentoring, awarded by the ILM. There are several days’ coach training for each course, and afterwards you do ILM’s written assignments and specified number of coaching hours (more details are shown on the relevant page).
The terms ‘Level 5’ and ‘Level 7 ‘ are based on the UK Government’s National Qualification Framework. As mentioned in this ILM document, Level 5 roughly equates to the level of the first year or two of a Batchelors Degree, and Level 7 roughly equates to Masters’ Degree level.
The ILM Recognition programme has two types of course, each with a physical ILM certificate:
– on the course, where you show that you can do what you learn on the course,
– after the course, where you write a brief essay which explains how you will use (or have used) the material.
We have five Recognised ILM coach training courses, and you can choose either Development or Endorsed level. (You can also choose the basic level, where there is no ILM certification at all).
The relevant course page shows the prices for each level.