The education sector is booming with opportunities to utilise your coaching skills and there is currently a huge demand for coaching across the entire sector ranging from young people and parents to teachers and school leaders. The coaching in education diploma is a methodology that has been specifically designed to meet the current demands of the industry to ensure that you can make an impact and thrive.
Join us on 24th October for the eagerly anticipated Coaching Within Education Accelerator Week.
The education sector is booming with opportunities to utilise your coaching skills and there is currently a huge demand for coaching across the entire sector ranging from young people and parents to teachers and school leaders.
The coaching within education diploma is a methodology that has been specifically designed to meet the current demands of the industry to ensure that you can make an impact and thrive.
Over the course of 5 days you’ll be provided with the exact tools, techniques and models you’ll need to confidently coach in the education sector, build client relationships, a successful business and make a difference.
You’ll learn how to:
Not only will you be granted access to extensive knowledge, time tested strategies, coaching models, creative ideas and exercises, a comprehensive guide of Do’s and Don’ts and all the resources you’ll need to make it in this sector, you’ll also have the opportunity to learn from extremely successful experts who have already walked the path and tapped into a wealth of opportunities. When you learn from the best, you become the best.
Don’t miss your chance to be a part of an incredibly rewarding niche that can provide you with the opportunity to make a real lasting difference.
Here’s what some of our coaches in this niche are saying:
'I had worked with young people for over ten years, and was looking for a new approach. I was becoming increasingly frustrated for young people, who underneath the surface had issues that were not being addressed. If they were to stand any chance of achieving their potential, the issues needed resolving. Coaching gave me a framework and a unique style of questioning that encouraged young people to think differently, it was powerful stuff. I now deliver my skills 1:1 as well as to small groups, and work on behalf of schools, training providers, and parents. I am a guest speaker once a month on a radio station and I also write monthly features for a community magazine.' - Lara Williams
' I chose to become a career coach for youths and adults as I never had any career guidance when I was at school and therefore felt quite worthless when I completed education, even after university. I've also changed career myself and I know that if I'd had the professional support I would have made better, well informed decisions. I don't want young people to go through school without having career guidance and I'm a true believer that we can all find work we love.' - Mark Anderson
'Coaching is a new and condensed way of empowering people to achieve their goals and dreams with the key factor being in the individual’s belief that they can achieve. If every young person saw a coach we would all be much better people! Since launching my business I have been featured in national newspapers and radio stations such as The Voice, The3rdi Magazine and Kingston University website. My passion and energy is evident in my work and I will continue to grow and empower others to achieve their dreams.' - Careeta Robert-Green
'When I started on my journey I never thought parent coaching was going to be my niche but it just kept coming towards me and I chose to listen to the clients that were coming my way, since qualifying I now work with schools, parents and teachers, the child is at the centre of everything I do. I’ve felt so passionate for so long about the coaching that I do and building my business. Since winning the award for Parent Coach of the year I’ve also seen my business expand.' – Sharon Lawton
I was first introduced to coaching when I was working as a primary school teacher. Attending The Coaching Academy's 2-day event was a very positive experience, I went away with a newfound skill and something that I could explore further, in order to help me become the most effective leader that I could.
I have heard this statement proclaimed countless times by various people I have worked with in the past 11 years of my career being a leader of teams and now a corporate coach. Only yesterday this was repeated by a person who approached me to share their feelings of disillusionment and unhappiness in their current role.