Coach training for educators

Develop your coaching skills, tailored for the education sector. Earn a highly credible coaching qualification. Then use coaching to support your students, your teams, and your leaders

Coaching is a learnable skill, like teaching. In all of our coach training programmes, you will learn how to:

Which programme is right for me?

The coach training programme that you choose to enrol on will depend on a number of things:

We have a range of coach training programmes, that we can deliver within your school/college. And some of our programmes are public programmes, where you can send one or several colleagues to study alongside people from other organisations.

ILM coaching qualifications

We are an approved Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) centre, and offer qualifications that they accredit. The ILM is the premier body for workplace qualifications, and we are proud to be a centre.

The ILM courses we offer have different levels,  so you can choose the course according to what you are looking for:

In addition to our flagship ILM programmes, we offer a range of coach training courses, that can be delivered either within your school, or as open programmes

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I suggest that all head teachers become coaches. It opens your eyes to what other people are going through. It helps heads to be more self-aware, more aware of other people. And really importantly, it allows heads to see that we can all be responsible and capable of finding our own solutions, if we are asked the right questions.

Everyone in our school needs someone behind them, supporting them. If the head, and a few other key people, are skilled coaches and use a coaching style of leadership, everyone is more likely to feel that support, that trust and that nurture.

Harry Hastings

Head, Ardingly College Prep.

There are many ways to develop yourself, and your colleagues, so why choose coaching?
Amongst other things: