Who is this Programme for?
This 18-‐month programme is aimed at those who want to practice as professional coaches. It is pegged at Honors Level (Postgraduate). To be on the programme you probably have just completed a certificate coaching programme elsewhere and you find the approach you learned limiting. Or you merely want to expand your repertoire and differentiate yourself.
The Programme gives you basic psychological foundations to understanding human behaviour as a coach then proceeds to help you discover skills and fit-‐for-‐purpose methodology of coaching that works for you as a coach.
Introduction to coaching Psychology of Coaching II
Managing your coaching practice Understanding Assessments in Coaching
Psychology of Coaching I Ethics & Supervision in Coaching
The programme is accredited by the Africa Board for Coaching, Consulting and Coaching Psychology (ABCCCP) and is aligned to ICF standards and is in the process of being accredited by the World Association of Business Coaches (WABC).
Entry level is undergraduate degree, preferably, but not compulsorily in the helping professions (social work, psychology, theology, etc)
You will draw heavily on your work & life experience. Compulsory practicum in coaching is a requirement.
NOTE: This is an Honours level qualification registered with the Council of higher Education (CHE) and a mini proposal will be required at the end of the programme.
The course will have 6×2-‐day trainings (Fri/Sat) every 3 months, with in between written assigments, syndicates and supervision with fellow students, 100 coaching hours of giving coaching and 45hrs of receiving coaching, mid-‐program exam and a final exam for those who qualify. It is possible for people to join modules as stand alone (ZMW6,000 per module)