Coaching and Mentoring ILM Level 5 - Certificate


University of Cumbria    Institute of Health

Part time September Other Single module, part-time
Social Work (32)

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Are you a manager or HR professional looking to enhance your expertise in coaching and mentoring? The ILM Level 5 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring offered by the University of Cumbria is the perfect programme for you. This nationally-recognised qualification is also ideal for professional coaches and mentors seeking to accredit their experience. Through a combination of formal lectures, distance learning, and practical experiential learning, you will develop the skills and credibility needed to establish coaching on an organisational level. With access to ILM studying membership, online learning resources, and progression within the ILM framework, this programme offers a comprehensive and rewarding learning experience.

About the course

The ILM Level 5 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring is designed for managers or HR/OD professionals who want to develop their expertise and credibility in the fields of coaching and mentoring, or to establish coaching on an organisational level. It’s also for professional coaches and mentors seeking to enhance and accredit their experience with a nationally-recognised qualification.

Course summary

The University of Cumbria is an accredited centre for the delivery of ILM qualifications. This Executive Coaching and Mentoring Certificate includes a University of Cumbria accredited module as part of the study package. The teaching delivery takes place through formal lectures, distance learning and practical experiential learning.

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Entry Requirements

Evidence of prior successful study at underpinning level.

You will be required to provide evidence of previous study at Level 4.


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