ITI online coaching programme
What to expect from the ITI Online Coaching Programme
The ITI Online Coaching Programme is an online, interactive learning experience providing participants with strong foundational coaching skills and a solid understanding of the application of coaching within educational and business organisations.
Transforming organisations with a Coaching Culture
Over the course of this four week (plus one week pre-programme) online coaching programme, participants are equipped with the skills to coach professionally and ethically within an organisation or as an individual.
At the core of this programme is cultivating a coaching ability with the objective of using coaching to raise the organisation’s performance by raising self and organisational awareness and shaping a more emotionally intelligent culture to promote long term, sustainable growth.
What makes this programme different?
Practical approach to learning – you will take part in numerous coach practice sessions, with feedback so that you can keep learning and developing your skills.
Robust, academic and pedagogic underpinning – learn about the theory behind coaching and be introduced to a range of approaches, plus you will have access to experienced coaches and a team of specialist trainers who have expertise in education and pedagogy.
Fully-online interactive experience, with extensive personal support from our programme team – we put our participants at the heart of everything we do so you can fully concentrate on your learning.
Specialising in educational contexts– we have particular expertise and knowledge that can help teachers, heads of departments, principals, directors and administrators in schools, universities and all educational contexts.
To demonstrate effective coaching skills, evaluated against the ICF competencies through formative assessment
To analyse the role of the internal coach, whether with / without line management responsibilities.
To discuss the value of coaching and a coaching culture (a) to raise individual and organisation performance, and (b) to enable a culture that enables people to fulfil their potential.