The Emotional Intelligence Coaching Professional Certificate (EICP-C)

Overview

The program is centered on the delivery of coaching or mentoring in the workplace. Students build a business case for a coaching or mentoring program that will have a real impact for their organization or client. Students use reflective practice in supervision sessions to review and develop their performance. The program of learning offers a combination of coaching and supervision sessions, set readings, individually defined CPD, online learning and reflective reviews. Students develop their coaching or mentoring capability supported by their coach, focusing on achieving tangible impacts for their clients and their organizations, whilst applying their learning to the workplace and then assessing the results.

By the end of the program you will be able to:

Apply coaching and mentoring best practice to the benefit of managers in your direct organization
Understand and apply the fundamentals of coaching ethics in line with the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC) principles
Create an effective contract and effectively scoped framework for your coaching sessions
Use effective diagnostic and assessment tools (MBTI and Transactional Analysis)
Overcome barriers to coaching and establish trust and credibility with your coachees
Practice effective listening and elicitation/questioning skills
Utilize established coaching models and frameworks and create an effective coaching diary and coaching records
Respond effectively to feedback for continuous improvement

Who should attend?

The EICP – C is designed for senior managers, HR/OD professionals, or Management staff who understand that coaching & mentoring are an essential part of the Collaborative Management skill-set, who want to develop their expertise and credibility in the fields of coaching and mentoring, or to establish coaching on an organizational level. They are also ideal for professional coaches and mentors seeking to enhance and accredit their experience with a nationally recognized qualification

High Performance Coaches
Managers of Units
Experienced Coaches
Entrepreneurs
Executive Coaches
Corporate Coaches

Qualification Overview

  • (3 months – 60 hours ILT +30 Hours Guided Practice + 30 Hours Practice)
    • 1 hour Induction
    • 3x 2 days instructor led interactive workshop (48 hours) – 3 modules
    • 1 x 2 days instructor led interactive workshop (12hours) – 1 module
    • 10 hours of peer coaching (during ILT)
    • 20 hours of Coaching with Supervision and Support.
    • 30 hours of Customer Coaching

FEES

Customer Type EICP (All 4 modules) (EUROS) Modules 1,3, 4/ Module (EUROS) Module 2

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Payment can be made in two equal Installments. This option is available only for complete payment option (all 4 modules together).

Entry Requirement

Participants interested to enroll in the EICP would have to fulfill the following admission criteria:

  • Should be proficient and able to understand English language.
  • Should have completed the ECP or a basic Coaching course from a recognized course provider (ILM, ICF or EMCC etc.).
  • Should have a minimum of 5 years experience in Managing / leading / Motivating / Coaching / Training human capital.
  • Should not have any Criminal convictions (Cazier judicial to be provided).
  • Should be of sound mental condition with no psychological disorders.
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This program will:

  • Examine the purpose and benefits of workplace coaching
  • Explore how coaches should contract and manage the confidentiality and ethics of coaching
  • Explain the roles and responsibilities of an effective workplace coach
  • Identify the range of behaviors and characteristics of an effective coach
  • Explore managing the coaching process, agreeing goals and following simple coaching models and frameworks
  • Identify a range of tools and techniques (including diagnostic tools and those exploring learning preferences)
  • Examine the purpose and structure of maintaining effective basic coaching records (documentation)
  • Provide tools for overcoming a range of barriers to coaching
  • Provide supervision and feedback for coaching improvement