Coaching and Mentoring - MSc


University of Cumbria    Institute of Health

Part time September MSc 2 years part-time
Social Work (32)

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The MSc Coaching and Mentoring programme is perfect for individuals aspiring to become professional coaches or those looking to enhance their coaching skills at a Masters level. You will delve into transformative learning, exploring the principles and theories of coaching and mentoring in an executive setting. Gain knowledge in contemporary coaching theories, ethics, reflective practice, and practical application in the workplace. This programme also offers the opportunity to publish your work. With a focus on critical self-reflection, research, and academic writing, you will develop advanced skills to excel in the field. Entry requirements include an honours degree or relevant experience.

About the course

MSc Coaching and Mentoring is designed for those wishing to enter professional coaching and mentoring, or for those who are already professional coaches but who wish to extend their knowledge and practice to Masters level.

The programme is based on the use of transformative learning and covers the underlying principles and key theories of coaching and mentoring at Executive Level. This includes the key contemporary theories related to coaching and mentoring; supervision; attaining professional standards; ethics and ethical coaching practice; Transformative reflection; and the practical application in the contextualised work environment.

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Entry Requirements

Applicants must normally hold an honours degree (minimum class 2:2) of a recognised university or comparable institution in a Business-related or Psychology-related discipline (or equivalent), or have an appropriate level of experience.

Students with other qualifications may be admitted to the course, please contact the Enquiry Centre for further details.

Accreditation of Prior Learning (APL) may be considered for relevant prior learning at the same academic level.

There is an expectation that you will have access to conduct work-based coaching/mentoring practice.

Selection will be based upon qualifications and/or experience demonstrated in application form and interview


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