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Course: Foundation in Infant and Primary School Coaching

Foundation in Infant and Primary School Coaching (FIPSC)

This course is for individuals who either work in an Infant or Primary School setting or would like to work in such a setting. On this course, individuals will learn coaching tools and skills to help support pupils with basic performance, mental health and wellbeing issues. This course is run as a two-day training course in central London.

Alternatively, it can be delivered to a school as: (i) two staff inset training days; or (ii) one inset training day and four 1.5 hr training sessions

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Course: Certificate in Infant and Primary School Coaching

Certificate in Infant and Primary School Coaching (CIPSC)

This course is for qualified coaches, counsellors and psychotherapists who would like a bolt on qualification to allow them to work as a specialist School Coach in a Primary and Infant School setting. This is a blended learning course with the following course requirements:

  • Attending a two-day training course.
  • Writing/completing learning consolidation exercises, one short essay and one assignment.
  • Practice hours and a practical assessment.

As for duration, it will take most people approximately four-six months to complete. Please note that this course can also be used to evidence CPD.

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Course: Practitioner and School Coach Diploma – Infant and Primary Schools

Practitioner and School Coach Diploma – Infant and Primary Schools (PSCD/IPS)

This higher-level course is for anyone who wants a double qualification, enabling them to work as a specialist School Coach in an Infant and Primary School setting (supporting pupils and staff) and a general Practitioner Coach with IAPC&M accreditation (supporting individuals of all ages). This is a blended learning course with practical and written course requirements. These include:

  • Attending a three-day retreat and two additional training days.
  • Attending or listening to recorded webinars.
  • Writing/completing reflective learning notes, learning consolidation. exercises, three short essays and one assignment.
  • 60 practical hours and two practical assessments.

As for duration, it will take most people approximately one year – 18 months to complete.

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Course: Foundation in Secondary School Coaching

Foundation in Secondary School Coaching (FSSC)

This course is for individuals who either work in an Infant or a Secondary School or Sixth Form College setting or would like to work in such a setting. On this course, individuals will learn coaching tools and skills to help support pupils with basic performance, mental health and wellbeing issues. This course is run as a two-day training course in central London.

Alternatively, it can be delivered to a school as: (i) two staff inset training days; or (ii) one inset training day and four 1.5 hr training sessions.

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Course: Certificate in Secondary School Coaching

Certificate in Secondary School Coaching (CSSC)

This course is for qualified coaches, counsellors and psychotherapists who would like a bolt on qualification to allow them to work as a specialist School Coach in a Secondary School or a Sixth Form College setting. This is a blended learning course with the following course requirements:

  • Attending a two-day training course.
  • Writing/completing learning consolidation exercises, one short essay and one assignment.
  • 30 Practice hours and one practical assessment.

As for duration, it will take most people approximately four-six months to complete. Please note that this course can also be used to evidence CPD.

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Course: Practitioner and School Coach Diploma – Secondary Schools

Practitioner and School Coach Diploma – Secondary Schools (PSCD/SS)

This higher-level course is for anyone who wants a double qualification, enabling them to work as a specialist School Coach in a Secondary School or Sixth Form College setting (supporting pupils and staff) and a general Practitioner Coach with IAPC&M accreditation (supporting individuals of all ages). This is a blended learning course with practical and written course requirements. These include:

  • Attending a three-day retreat and two additional training days.
  • Attending or listening to recorded webinars.
  • Writing/completing reflective learning notes, learning consolidation. exercises, three short essays and one assignment.
  • 60 practical hours and two practical assessments.

As for duration, it will take most people approximately one year – 18 months to complete.

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