Protected: Cultivating Coaching Cultures

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A practical course supporting you to cultivate a coaching culture in your professional practice.


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What Will I Learn?

  • Understand some of the fundamental concepts of taking a coaching-based approach to working with staff and service users.
  • Be enabled to embed and role-model a coaching-based approach to your work life.
  • Be better inspired and equipped to step back from doing for or to those you have responsibility for to enabling them to act for themselves.
  • Apply a range of techniques and tools designed to help you enable others towards action.

Topics for this course

16 Lessons

Welcome – Day 1?

An overview of what you need to know to get started.

Welcome – Day 2?

Preparing for the second core day of training

Core teaching conclusion?

Final exercise of the core teaching preparing students for stage two of the course.

1-2-1 Tutorial?

Link and instructions for booking your 1-2-1 tutorial.

About the instructor

Providing innovative, high quality community life coach training and professional, social skills and wellbeing workshops at an affordable cost. Dave is a former Senior Probation Officer, now founder and director of Metanoeo CIC, Realign Coaching and Theolotweet Academy. He also lectures in Psychosocial Analysis and Community Wellbeing and is a community life coach and trainer. Dave holds a BA in Bible and Theology, BA(Hons) in Community Justice, MA in Criminal Justice and PhD in Theology. He is a member of the Association for Coaching, a Fellow of the School for Social Entrepreneurs and also a community member of Forum Housing Association.
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5 Courses

17 students


Material Includes

  • Pre-recorded session content
  • Live sessions via Google Meet
  • Programme handbook
  • Module manuals
  • Links to additional resources
  • Live one-to-one tutorial


  • A willingness to engage in all the learning materials and to dedicate time out of sessions to engaging with the additional learning materials, personal reflection, and application.
  • A context in which you can apply the principles in work (either with staff, volunteers, or service users) and a willingness to discuss your application and learning in a small group setting.

Target Audience

  • On successful completion of the programme, you will be ready to start enabling staff, volunteers, and service users to take a more independent approach to activities using some of the core underlying principles from coaching.
  • We have not sought accreditation for this course as our focus is on practice application rather than requiring a formal assessment upon completion. However, it has been designed parallel to the descriptors which meet the outcomes at UK Learning Level 5.