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Study our Coaching Diploma to start a new business or a new career in coaching!
- Specialise in Business Coaching, Life Coaching, Sports Coaching, Nutrition Coaching, Careers Coaching
- Or Study All of the above to add more "strings to your bow".
- Improve your earning potential with this excellent qualification
- Study in your own home and at your own pace.
- Highly qualified and experienced tutors.
- A must for anyone wanting to work in coaching.
- You are required to complete 14 modules in total. There are five core units that you must study.
- Then you choose the additional 9 modules, focussing your attention on modules you wish to specialise in.
- You are also required to undertake 100 hours of industry experience.
Note that each module in the Qualification - Associate Diploma in Coaching is a short course in its own right, and may be studied separately.
Coaching Starts by Building a Relationship
a coach is able to move forward and work with a client in helping them
to achieve what they would like to, it is imperative to build a
trusting, caring relationship with them. If a client does not trust you
then they will find it hard to fully reveal their difficulties and
engage openly, preventing them from getting the most out of their
coaching sessions. Establishing this relationship is of utmost
importance. It is the cornerstone of coaching.
may be a clash of personalities, cultural or sexual tension between a
coach and client. If there is any reason why a coach thinks they cannot
work well with a client, it is best to discuss this with the client and
then, with their permission, to refer them on to another life coach who
is better able to help them.
The same is true of the client - if
they feel that they cannot work with the coach, they will either tell
the coach or simply never arrange to see them again. Sometimes this will
happen. An experienced coach will recognise this and not let it affect
their confidence, after all no-one is able to get along with everyone.
often work one-on-one with their clients in face-to-face settings. Some
types of coaches may also work via the telephone, web chat, Skype or
email. In fact, some coaches work exclusively using the latter
techniques. However, choosing this method to deliver your services may
restrict the quality of the working relationship. It also means that you
are unable to take cues from the client's body language and must rely
on making observations through listening to their voice (tone, rhythm,
pitch) or making assumptions through the written word. In one-on-one
meetings you are able to draw on the client's body language as well as
their voice and interact with them in real time which can help to
establish a stronger relationship with them.
Whichever way (or
ways) the service is offered, coaches build up a relationship with their
clients that may be viewed as being something akin to a close
friendship. You could perhaps view the coach as being someone who goes
with you every step of the way. They almost walk alongside their
While sports coaching may have been around for a long
time Life coaching only started to emerge in the US in the early
1990’s. Its popularity has increased and spread dramatically since.
Business coaching has also become a big sub industry since then. One
possible reason for coaching growing so fast may be that it does not
have the same stigma as some other helping professions.
therapist has often associated with some stigma depending on the
society, culture, and age group. There is no similar stigma attached to
having a life coach, business coach, wellness consultant or sports
coach. Among some groups it may even be seen as kudos to have a coach.
When starting to work with a new client, a life coach should ensure that they appear to be:
- Open to listening to what the client has to say
- Treating the client as an individual
more you engage with the client and express an interest in what they
have to say, the more they are going to trust and relate to you.
Study this flexible coaching diploma to start a new job or career in the booming coaching industry.
You can start the course when you want, so why delay? Enrol today and start learning more about coaching!