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Level: 2

Location: Ilkeston

Years: 1

Weeks: 7

Hours: 2.00

Start: 01/11/2021

Days / Times: Monday 09:30 to 11:30

Tuition (£): 0.00*
Full Concession: (0 Tuition/Exam Fee) available dependant on eligibility – A Full Concession is not applicable to a full-cost course

Interview: Y

Course Summary

This course seeks to introduce the knowledge, skills and behaviours necessary for coaching and mentoring in the workplace, with a focus on supporting the development of others.

Entry requirements

A good standard of written and verbal communication is necessary as a starting point.

Course Content

This course will introduce you to some theoretical models for coaching which can then be used to inform some skills workshops. 

How will I be assessed?

Assessment will be continuous and progress will be discussed in relation to some initial goal, destination or personal target setting. 

Are there any additional costs or specialist equipment required?

No

What can I do after this course?

You could progress to a Level 3 Effective Coaching and Mentoring qualification, upon gaining a position that has coaching and mentoring as an aspect of the role. 

You could apply for a role as a Learning Mentor or Personal Coach in an education or learning setting. 

 

 

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* Tuition - This figure is the fee to be paid if you are not entitled to any concessions.
*** Co-Tuition - This figure is the fee to be paid if you are entitled to any partial concessions.

This course is run at the Ilkeston Campus

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Elizabeth Spinks

Elizabeth Spinks

Elizabeth takes big steps in small animal teaching

Former animal welfare degree student Elizabeth Spinks says Derby College has given her the opportunity to expand her career into teaching.
 
Elizabeth, 26, used her qualification from the University of the West of England in a number of roles – educating animal lovers about cat care – but she felt she needed a more challenging job. She answered a Derby College advertisement and landed a part-time teaching position which led to a full time post at Broomfield Hall.
 
Elizabeth, from Mapperley, Nottinghamshire, teaches practical and theory in the care of small animals including rabbits, guinea pigs and alpacas. Describing her job as half assessor-trainer/half lecturer, Elizabeth mainly teaches school leavers. As part of her role she studied part-time after work in Education and Training at Levels 3 and 4 at the Roundhouse in Derby.
 
She praised the motivational and mentoring skills of the lecturers and said the classes were always "relatable" to the workplace. Now Elizabeth is taking her PGCE teaching qualification, while covering for a lecturer on maternity leave. Her aim is to "keep improving" and possibly to progress to become a full-time lecturer.

The lecturers were really good. They kept me really interested, especially after teaching full-time all day, and then going in during the evening: I imagine it’s quite hard work to motivate people.


I found it very good, and really interesting and it definitely increased my confidence a lot for teaching. All the modules were relatable and all the activities were really well planned.

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