We are happy to announce that we are one of the first training providers to be allowed to run this QQI programme – the QQI Level 6 Certificate in Professional Coaching Practice and Ethics.
If you want to explore coaching in more depth this QQI Certificate in Professional Coaching Practice and Ethics (6N2925) will help you gain the core coaching skills you need in order to improve your personal and professional effectiveness.
It is an excellent foundation course and the next step to becoming a practitioner coach.
This programme is designed to provide people, who have responsibility for developing workplace competencies, with the skills needed to develop individual performance in others.
|Who||This course is for you if you want to be able to operate to high professional and ethical standards and feel confident as a coach. Improve your personal effectiveness and receive a nationally recognised award.|
|Where||Dublin – Marino Institute of Education, Griffith Avenue, Dublin 9
Cork – River Lee Hotel, Western Road, Cork
Galway – Clayton Hotel, Galway
|When||THREE SESSIONS – 2 days per month for 3 months
Dublin – Weekends – 7/8 March, 4/5 April, 9/10 May
Dublin – Midweek – 4/5 March, 1/2 April, 29/390 April
Cork – Weekends – 14/15 March, 18/19 April, 9/10 May
Galway – Weekends – 14/15 March, 25/26 April, 16/17 May
It is possible to attend the course at different locations. Please contact us to discuss
|Fees||€895 which can be paid in installments. Jobseekers and those on other benefits may be able to obtain €500 funding for this course.|
The Certificate course forms the first 3 modules (6 days) of the Coaching Diploma course. This means that Certificate students get the benefits of also covering some of the Diploma syllabus and more of the practical work that is covered on the Diploma.
At the end of the first 3 modules, Certificate students can continue on to the Diploma. Alternatively Certificate students can return at a later date to continue on with the Diploma. In each case we apply the Certificate fees already paid to reduce the Diploma fees.