■Although prior experience in coaching and/or mentoring is not essential, applicants will need to be engaged in paid or voluntary work (full or part time) where coaching and/or mentoring is or could be undertaken ■Normally, a good first degree (minimum 2:2 honours) ■Non-standard applications are also welcome and careful consideration will be given to those who can present a case based on their career history, experience, and other learning ■English language level of IELTS 6.5 for international students
Months of entry
If you are committed to supporting and assisting the professional development of others, then the Postgraduate Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring is for you. This programme caters for a diverse range of professionals across youth and community work, business, leadership and management, early years and education who utilise coaching and mentoring as part of their practice. This diversity is one of the strengths of the programme, offering opportunities to share experience in a dynamic and interactive environment, and broadening participants’ understanding of the utility of coaching and mentoring in a range of settings. The programme offers a study route that will enable you to develop both your practical skills in coaching and/or mentoring and your understanding of the theoretical perspectives that underpin good practice. Applying your learning from the programme might entail adopting coaching as a style of leadership; fulfilling mentoring roles with new colleagues joining your organisation; acting as subject mentors in initial teacher education; coaching colleagues in a range of settings; providing supervision for colleagues or offering a service as an independent coach.
Please visit www.marjon.ac.uk for full details and how to apply.
Fees and funding
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Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Helen Goodall
- 01752 636700