Institute of Leadership and ManagementInduction to the Level 5Certificate in Coachingand MentoringManagementPresented by J...
Induction to theILM Level 5 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring      Management   Participant Induction            and  ...
Who will tutor you and what will you need to doto achieve your qualification• Your DP lead tutor is Jonathan Whitham. He w...
L5 Certificate in Coaching and MentoringManagement: Aims and Objectives•   Gain a critical understanding of the role and  ...
Expectations from you as a coachingpractitioner•   Self expectations are to deliver high standards of    performance•   De...
Programme requirements:3 mandatoryunits•   Unit 1:Understanding the skills, principles and    practice of effective manage...
Programme process•   Duration: 37 guided learning hours (GLH); 2 hours    tutorial; 12 hours coaching practice = total not...
ILM Assignments                       Understanding the skills, principles and practice of effective        Module 500    ...
Assessment Strategy: OverviewAssessment comprises of two components set by ILM:firstly, DP Centre assessment and quality a...
Assignment assessment: Module 500    Module 500    This assignment requires the candidate to demonstrate their understandi...
Assignment assessment: Module 503    Module 503    This assignment requires the candidate to reflect on their performance ...
Assignment assessments: Coaching Diary Module501•   You are required to demonstrate the practical application of coaching ...
The Coaching and mentoring diary: Module 501                                                                              ...
Certification Criteria and Final ResultsThe Level 5 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring inManagement is awarded to parti...
You should now have a good understanding of the journeyahead.•   We invite you to read the Coaching for Performance book a...
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  • Voiceover to read out title Welcome to the ILM level 5 Open Coaching Programme run by The Development Partnership
  • Voiceover to read out title “ Welcome to the ILM level 5 Open Coaching Programme run by The Development Partnership This session is the in the programme and deals with the benefits, key aims and learning styles. Etc, Etc….
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  • L5 coaching induction

    1. 1. Institute of Leadership and ManagementInduction to the Level 5Certificate in Coachingand MentoringManagementPresented by Julia DuncanILM Programme Director
    2. 2. Induction to theILM Level 5 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring Management Participant Induction and Programme Specification
    3. 3. Who will tutor you and what will you need to doto achieve your qualification• Your DP lead tutor is Jonathan Whitham. He will support and guide you through this flexible learning environment to make it a stimulating and rewarding experience• You need to complete all the guided learning activities and mini assessments• Participate in mandatory tele-conferences to get signed off from each programme section• Do 12 hours of work-related coaching practice• Complete 3 assignments: – work based business case/ coaching practice reflections/ coaching diary
    4. 4. L5 Certificate in Coaching and MentoringManagement: Aims and Objectives• Gain a critical understanding of the role and responsibilities of a workplace coach/mentor• How coaching/ mentoring can impact an organisation• Assess your own skills, behaviours and knowledge as a coach/mentor• Provide evidence of your own development journey in becoming a more effective coach/mentor• Plan for your continuous on-going development as a coach• Plan, deliver and review coaching/mentoring in your organisation
    5. 5. Expectations from you as a coachingpractitioner• Self expectations are to deliver high standards of performance• Desire to develop and support others to achieve high levels of competence and confidence• Desire to enable others to acquire knowledge, skills and techniques to perform effectively• Providing a motivating, inspiring, challenging, stimulating and guided coaching environment to enable others to achieve their full potential
    6. 6. Programme requirements:3 mandatoryunits• Unit 1:Understanding the skills, principles and practice of effective management coaching and mentoring to enable learners to understand the role and contribution of coaching and mentoring, and build a business case.• Unit 2:Reviewing own ability as a management coach or mentor to give learners the ability to critically review their own personal qualities, skills and competence• Unit 3:Demonstrate their ability to plan, deliver and review at least 12 hours of coaching and mentoring in the workplace
    7. 7. Programme process• Duration: 37 guided learning hours (GLH); 2 hours tutorial; 12 hours coaching practice = total notional learning time likely to be 130 hours• Learning and development: distance learning via DP ILM learning zone; telephone conferencing; observed coaching practice, meeting fellow students to review learning and experiences• Assessment: 2 work-based assignments and a coaching diary
    8. 8. ILM Assignments Understanding the skills, principles and practice of effective Module 500 management coaching and mentoring To enable learners to understand the role and contribution of coaching and mentoring to individuals and organisations and make a case for using management coaching and mentoring in their organisations. Module 501 Reviewing own ability as a management coach or mentor To enable learners to demonstrate their ability to undertake a workplace management coaching or mentoring programme. Undertaking management coaching or mentoring in the Module 503 workplace To enable managers to review their ability to perform effectively as management coaches or mentors.
    9. 9. Assessment Strategy: OverviewAssessment comprises of two components set by ILM:firstly, DP Centre assessment and quality assurance,and secondly external verification by an ILM Verifier.Workshop activities and candidate workbooks are notassessed.The areas that are assessed are:•Module 500: Work-based Assignment•Module 501: Coaching/Mentoring Diary•Module 503: Reflective AssignmentAssessment completion time is outside of the GLH
    10. 10. Assignment assessment: Module 500 Module 500 This assignment requires the candidate to demonstrate their understanding of the context in which effective coaching and mentoring operates including the individual and organisational benefits of coaching and mentoring. The candidate should also be able to show their understanding of the practical requirements of coaches and mentors operating with managers and professionals within organisations. The WBA should provide answers to the following four areas: Maximum Preparing a proposal for a management coaching or mentoring programme marks Section 1: The context of coaching or mentoring practice 24 Section 2: The skills, behaviours, attitudes, beliefs and values of the coach or mentor 24 Section 3: The role of contracting and the process to effectively coach and mentor 32 Section 4: Understand the principles of effective coaching and mentoring in practice 20 and how to evaluate benefits Total marks 100
    11. 11. Assignment assessment: Module 503 Module 503 This assignment requires the candidate to reflect on their performance as a coach and/or mentor. The WBA should provide answers to the following four areas: Maximum Preparing a proposal for a management coaching or mentoring programme marks Section 1: Assess and reflect on own abilities as management coach and/or mentor 32 Section 2: Review the effectiveness of your own practice as a coach or mentor 44 Section 3: Reflections on your performance as a mentor or coach 24 Total marks 100
    12. 12. Assignment assessments: Coaching Diary Module501• You are required to demonstrate the practical application of coaching or mentoring in practice within an organisational, managerial or professional role.• You are required to do a minimum of 12 hours of formal and contracted coaching or mentoring and show: – How you have reflected on your performance, in your diary – Complete a reflective log on your performance in which you record the coaching/ mentoring activity, the responses of the learners you are coaching/mentoring, and reflect on your practice to assess your potential as a coach/mentor, identifying areas for performance improvement.• The Coaching/Mentoring Diary includes the following elements: – Section 1: Plan and prepare for coaching or mentoring programmes: Provide evidence of planning, contracting and agreeing coaching or mentoring programmes with one or more individuals. – Section 2: Undertake coaching sessions :Maintain an auditable diary of coaching records to show that the candidate has delivered a minimum of 12 hours’ coaching and/or mentoring showing that they have: – identified individual development needs and agreed goals for the programme; – planned individual sessions and organised the materials and resources needed to support them; – delivered and recorded the coaching; – reviewed individuals’ progress; – Section 3: Reflections on your performance as a coach or mentor: Reflect on and review the candidate’s performance, informed by feedback from participants and observers.
    13. 13. The Coaching and mentoring diary: Module 501 Maximum Preparing a proposal for a management coaching or mentoring programme marks Section 1: Plan and prepare for coaching or mentoring programmes 20 Section 2: Undertake coaching sessions 52 Section 3: Reflections on your performance as a coach or mentor 28 Total marks 100
    14. 14. Certification Criteria and Final ResultsThe Level 5 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring inManagement is awarded to participants who satisfactorilycomplete:•the programme of learning and development (37 hours)•the 2 Assignments•the Coaching/Mentoring DiaryThere are 3 possible final outcomes:•PASS or FAIL or DID NOT COMPLETE•At DP we will work with you to ensure that you pass; howeverthere are some occasions where candidates choose not tocomplete the programme which is a personal choicePlease also refer to DPs Appeals Procedure & EqualOpportunities Policy in relation to ILM programmes on page16/17 of the Participant Introduction and ProgrammeSpecification document
    15. 15. You should now have a good understanding of the journeyahead.• We invite you to read the Coaching for Performance book and begin to make notes. This is part of your Guided learning hours and is therefore required reading for the programme.• All looks onerous? Don’t worry, we will work with you to make this a good learning experience. Don’t hesitate to email or call Jonathan Whitham on jonathan.whitham@ the-dp.co.uk or call him on 07500 042804 if you have any questions and he will aim to get back to you asap.• Y ou will shortly receive a programme folder, your Coaching for Performance book and you now have access to online programme content and information.• As a student at ILM you will also have access to the ILM Walled Garden which offers you plenty of coaching tools and resources to support you on your learning journey• We also include suggested reading, and encourage you to read other coaching books to expand your knowledge while you are doing this programme.Finally…• We hope you enjoy the experience and gain much from both the learning process and the interaction with others on the programme. Good luck!

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