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  PG Cert - Advanced Mentoring & Coaching

Online Liverpool Hope University    School of Education

Part time October, January Masters Module, PGCert 12 Months part-time
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Embark on a transformative journey with the PG Cert in Advanced Mentoring & Coaching at Liverpool Hope University. This programme is tailored for mentors seeking evidence-based professional development in educational settings. Delve into critical mentoring and coaching models, practices, and skills, while exploring current research and policies. Gain a deep understanding of mentorship ethics, procedures, and the essential qualities needed for effective mentoring. The curriculum covers theory, research, and practical application in two modules, focusing on contemporary issues and reflective practices. Benefit from online learning, webinars, academic support, and access to extensive library resources. To qualify, applicants need a First or Second Class Honours Degree in a relevant discipline, or relevant professional experience. Participants must be actively mentoring or preparing to mentor. Stand out in your field with 60 Masters-level credits that can contribute towards a Masters in Education. Elevate your mentoring and coaching skills with this dynamic and career-enhancing programme.

About the course

This course responds to the need for those who mentor to have appropriate professional development that is evidence based and research informed, to support their practices in educational contexts. The course delivers a critical understanding of mentoring and coaching models, practices and skills required within educational contexts. There is also a focus on current research and policies and consideration of best practice. Students will be encouraged to critically consider the skills and qualities required for effective mentoring and coaching and explore the role of reflection.

Course Aims

• A critical understanding of the contemporary research associated with mentoring and coaching in an educational context.

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Entry Requirements

First Class or Second Class Honours Degree in a relevant discipline (applications from students who do not hold a First or Second class Honours Degree (or equivalent), but have appropriate professional experience may be considered).

Participants must be either actively mentoring when they start the course or be about to start mentoring.

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