Advanced Coaching Certificate
The Open Door Coaching Group Pty Ltd (RTO Provider number 21858)
The Advanced Coaching Certification is for experienced coaches who are looking to extend their coaching toolkit. We go behind the scenes of high performance, and give you the skills to help people change their mindsets, and achieve their goals.
If you are ready to take your coaching skills to the next level then the Advanced Coaching Certification is for you! The Advanced Coaching Certification goes ‘behind the scenes’ of high performance to unpack how people achieve their results and how to transform mindsets and behaviours to achieve high performance.
We bring conscious awareness to the way you are coaching, analysing the fine detail of coaching tools and techniques and use that learning to enable you to achieve transformational results with your clients.
We include advanced techniques for decision making, conflict management and enabling change and for eliciting a clients’ strategy for high performance or under performance.
Informed by neuroscience and neuro-linguistic programming methodologies, you have the opportunity to thoroughly immerse yourself in a deeper level of coaching that will make a difference to yourself and others.
By achieving the Advanced Coaching Certification you have the option to achieve two units of competency toward the Diploma of Organisational Coaching (10835NAT) and coach specific training hours towards your International Coach Federation credential.
Module 1- Introduction
This module is designed to orientate you towards your Advanced Coaching Certification by providing an overview of the program and assessments and introducing you to the ICF Core Competencies and the PCC level of coaching that we will be focusing on throughout the program
Module 2 - PERFECT model
In this module we will be introducing the first of our advanced coaching models. These models are designed to create real transformation in the people that we are working with and give you the opportunity to design a set of new questions. In this module we introduce you to the PERFECT model and take a deeper look at problem solving using the model.
Module 3 - Cartesian co-ordinates
In this module we introduce you to the Cartesian Co-ordinates model and take a deeper look at particular NLP-based questions.
Module 4 - Strategy elicitation
In this module we will continue to introduce our advanced coaching models. These models are designed to create real transformation in the people that we are working with and give you the opportunity to explore a ‘deeper level’ of coaching.
In this module we introduce you to the Strategy Elicitation model and particularly look at the application of the model to resolving conflict.
Module 5 - Decision making strategies
In this module we introduce you to the Decision-Making Strategy model that builds on the VAKAd strategy elicitation from our previous module.
Module 6 - Behavioural reframing
In this module we introduce you to the Behavioural Reframing model and build on the models from our previous modules.
Module 7 - Advanced conflict negotiations – parts integration
In this module we introduce you to an advanced way of resolving conflict that builds on the model that we used in our Certificate IV in Workplace and Business Coaching (10535NAT) program and our other advanced coaching models. We have the opportunity to look at conflict within ourselves personally and resolve conflicts between one or more parties when working with a client. This is a highly effective and the same time subtle way of coaching that makes a difference to individuals and teams in the workplace.
Module 8 – Designing & facilitating an executive coaching program
In this module we will be introducing the concepts related to designing and facilitating an executive coaching program. We will look at a number of key concepts including:
- Executive coaching needs analysis
- Designing a program
- The coaching proposal
Module 9 – Final Reflection
Throughout your Advanced Coaching Certification we have been focusing on expanding your coaching awareness, skills and competency and stretching to the ICF PCC level of coaching or beyond. This final module provides an opportunity to reflect on how far you’ve come by completing the following activities: › Reviewing your progress in applying the ICF core competencies at PCC level since the start of the program and reviewing the ICF PCC Markers › Conducting a final coaching demonstration for submission › Reflecting on a coaching book for example ‘The Inner Game of Tennis’ by W. Timothy Gallwey
Coaching demonstration recordings
The Advanced Coaching Certification (or if you are enrolled in the Diploma of Workplace and Business Coaching), requires you to complete four (4) coaching demonstrations, using a variety of coaching models and tools from the program.
You must complete and pass all four demonstrations as part of your assessment.
If you are completing a face to face program or in-house program, providing you complete all face to face days and coaching practices and have been observed by the course facilitator, you will only need to submit ONE coaching demonstration at the end of your course work.
If you are completing the Advanced Coaching Certification or Diploma of Workplace and Business Coaching program online, you will be required to complete and submit four (4) recordings online for assessment. You will be given feedback by your course facilitator or online assessor for all demonstrations.