Leading Through Coaching
The Art and Science of Coaching for Impactful Conversations in School
Introduction to Coaching – Level 1
Learn the Art and Science of Coaching for Impactful Conversations in School
The course is delivered by Will Thomas, founder of Vision for Learning and best-selling author of ‘Coaching Solutions’. Will has been described as a ‘Maestro of Coaching’ – (Geoff Barton, TES) and ‘One of the top trainers in the UK’ (Richard Churches, Principal Advisor of the Education Development Trust).
This 1 day course is practical, providing the definitive introduction to becoming an effective coach in education. It is fully accredited by the Institute of Educational Coaching, allowing participants to build on their training through further accredited coaching courses, including the Level 2 Advanced Coaching Skills CPD.
This practical and engaging training gives colleagues what they need to get started with coaching and begin to develop coaching processes across their school. With a perfect balance of practical skill development and essential theory, the training will give staff what they need to feel confident and the skillset required for highly effective coaching conversations that have impact. The approaches taught by Will and his associates are underpinned by research, impact-evidence and case studies. The programme is carefully designed to enable staff to:
• Be fully aware of the successes, issues and solutions around using coaching in school
• Practice and develop the essential mind-set of the coach as distinct from the mentor
• Use core coaching skills and the STRIDE model to bring about effective change to practice
• Take away practical tools and techniques that staff can use immediately in school
Date: Saturday 29th September 2018
Time: 9am until 3:30pm
Price: £100 per delegate
Venue: Penrice Academy, Charlestown Road, St Austell, Cornwall, PL25 3NR
If you would like further details about this training opportunity or would like to book a place on the course, please email Claire Gurd firstname.lastname@example.org.