This Diploma is a unique amalgamation of the Diploma in Resilience Coaching and the Diploma in Wellness Coaching Skills. By taking these two popular courses together, you save on study time and money.
I have gained new skills and a new career. I feel the course has opened my eyes and allowed me to learn more about a subject that I am passionate about: namely how people tick and how to help them. S.M.
WHO THE COURSE IS FOR
This course is suitable for wellness professionals, wellbeing coaches, complementary therapists, fitness personnel, pregnancy professionals, nutritionists and nurses. It is also suitable for anyone without a healthcare background who wants to go into health, wellbeing and resilience coaching.
How you could use your qualification
You could use this learning with a PAYE job or enhance your skills for a new position. You might start-up your own business or improve an existing business. Giving this world of portfolio working, you could have a part-time position as an employee and be self-employed at the same time.
You could use what you learn on this course to: integrate into counselling, weave into a complementary therapy practice, enhance nursing skills, work with baby-boomers, move into corporate wellbeing, improve a long-term-condition management service, develop wellness programmes for health and wellbeing charities, specialise in wellness programmes e.g. pregnancy or positive aging, offer wellness coaching to NHS services, enhance fitness e.g personal training or weight management, work with parents/families, offer services to health clubs and spas, work with community organisations to improve the health and wellbeing of the community, develop a coaching service for young people or to enhance performance coaching.
HOW THE COURSE IS DELIVERED
The Diploma is taken over two years through blended learning which is a mixture of supported distance learning and supervised skills development. You can complete the course quicker if you choose.
FEATURES OF THE DIPLOMA IN LIFE COACHING SKILLS
The course has undergone rigorous scrutiny to ensure it meets the criteria of each accrediting body and is equivalent to a level 4.
Complementary Medical Association (CMA)
Wellness Professionals at Work is a recognized and authorized course provider of the Complementary Medical Association (CMA). This course carries CPD points (one point for every hour of study or skills development). Following successful completion of the course, you are eligible for full membership.
National Council of Psychotherapists (NCP)
Wellness Professionals at Work is a training provider member of the NCP as well as being an accredited CPD centre. The Integrated Diploma in Resilience and Wellness Coaching Skills will provide you with a professional qualification and is accredited by the National Council of Psychotherapists (NCP). The NCP is one of the longest established and prestigious societies of its type in the UK and enjoys an international reputation. Student membership is included in your fee when you are accepted onto the Diploma and following successful completion of the course, you are eligible for full NCP membership.
Association for Coaching (AC)
Wellness Professionals at Work is an organizational and training provider member of the Association for Coaching (AC) and is committed to the ethical development of coaching as a profession. The Diploma in Wellness Coaching Skills which is part of this integrated course has been accredited by the AC. Following successful completion of the Diploma and the gaining of coaching hours, you are eligible to apply for membership of the Association which has international recognition.
Membership – ISMA UK
Upon successful completion of the Integrated Diploma in Resilience and Wellness Coaching, graduates can make application to become Associates of the International Stress Management Association (ISMA UK) subject to ISMA UK’s usual terms and conditions of membership.
Stage One: Pre-Course Reading
Prior to your skills development, you will need to read the provided textbook (s).
Stage Two: Supervised Skills Development and Supported Distance Learning
The supervised skills development and supported distance learning run concurrently.
Supervised skills development
You need to complete 50 hours of supervised skills development before you take on case studies.
There are two different ways you could have your skills development:
1 Face-to-face group Saturday workshops
You need to attend eight Saturday workshops before taking on case studies. You can start your master classes at any time of the year and they need not be consecutive attendance.
Saturday master classes in Brighton, Sussex, UK These run from 10am – 4pm on the following 2018 dates: 13 January – 10 February – 17 March – 14 April – 19 May – 9 June – 7 July – 15 September – 20 October – 17 November – 8 December
2 Remote sessions
These skills development sessions are facilitated online via Skype, Facetime or Zoom. You will be trained, observed and assessed delivering coaching in the following two ways:
- When you and your client are in the same location with me in another and we are linked remotely in real-time. This develops your face-to-face coaching skills. Please note you are required to find your own volunteer clients. You can book these sessions when it is convenient for you, your client and myself. Each session will last an hour and includes coaching delivery and feedback.
- During monthly online Saturday master classes where you would be working with fellow students in a small group of four facilitated by myself. You will be trained delivering remote coaching to a fellow student and be coached yourself. These online workshops run on the following 2018 dates: 24 March – 28 April – 26 May – 30 June – 28 July – 29 September – 27 October – 24 November – 15 December. You can start your online master classes at any time of the year and they need not be consecutive attendance.
To give a sense of student community and extra skills development, you are welcome to attend the face-to-face group master classes in Brighton at no extra cost.
Supported distance learning
You can go at your own pace for the distance learning with the full support of your tutor. This is designed to give you the underpinning knowledge you need in order to practice resilience and wellness coaching. As well as the pre-course reading, additional textbooks are provided. Based on this reading and your self-directed study, you complete assignments at your own pace. Completed work is passed onto your tutor for marking and comment and returned to you together with the next module.
What wellness is – The changing face of healthcare – Integrated healthcare – Conventional and complementary healthcare mindsets – Areas of life which contribute to wellness – Mindbody integration – Health coaching models – Stop Press!
Long-term-condition (LTC) self-management: diabetes, asthma, smoking cessation, obesity, cardiovascular disease, addiction, disability, pain, respiratory – Key issues when coaching clients with LTC – Preventative wellness coaching – Principles of health behaviour change
3-to-1 ratio of positive to negative – Leveraging challenges as opportunities – Developing flexibility – Learning from experience – Making connections for your support – Making connections to support others – Taking decisive actions – Looking for opportunities for self-discovery – Nurturing a positive view of yourself – Maintaining a hopeful outlook – Taking care of yourself – Being proactive – Heart stuff – Humour – You’re a survivor not a victim – The ‘question thinking’ method of problem-solving
Psychoneuroimmunology timeline (PNI) – PNI and the immune-brain loop – Definitions of stress – Signs of stress – General Adaptation Syndrome – Positive and negative effects of stress – Acute and chronic stress – Human Function Curve model of stress – Other conditions which have the same symptoms as stress – Causes of stress – Who is at risk of stress – Change and stress – The brain’s response to acute stress – Stress effects on the immune system
Differences between coaching, counselling and mentoring – AC Coaching Competency Framework – AC Code of Ethics and Good Practice – How people learn – GROW Model – Other coaching models – Facilitating coaching sessions – Showing attention and interest – Using exploration skills – Showing understanding skills – Using action skills – Change management – Coaching management: supervision, record keeping, confidentiality, insurance, data protection
Defining cognitive behavioural coaching – The 8-step process to using CBC in coaching – Step 1: Setting the Scene for CBC – Step 2: Problem Identification – Step 3: Goal Selection – Step 4: Choices & Consequences – Step 5: Exploration of Faulty Thinking – Step 6: Decision-Making & Action Planning – Step 7: Implementation – Step 8: Evaluation
Understanding motivation – Motivation theories – Cognitive theories – Recognising and working with low motivation – Motivational Interviewing
To understand the key principles of solution-focused coaching: focus on solutions not problems, questioning, solution talk
Stages of change in managing behaviour – Emotional intelligence – Goal setting – Anger management – Nurturing yourself – Social support – Creativity
Meditation – PMR – Breathing – Biofeedback – Mindbody techniques – Journaling – Visualisation – Guided imagery
Good sleep – Smoking cessation – Fitness – Time management – Environmental stress – Work/life balance – Complementary therapies – Basic nutrition
The importance of managing change – Phases of change – Decision-making styles – Anxiety management – Key tips for change management – 3 steps for managing procrastination – Journaling through change – She Let Go
Action-planning – Goal setting – Avoiding procrastination – Introduction to solution-focused coaching – Creating a personal resilience development plan
Relationships – The Social Readjustment Rating Scale – Family stress – PTSD – Long-term-conditions – Managing anger, guilt and shame – Networking and support – Smoking – Time management – Managing study and exam stress
Statistics for UK work-related stress (HSE) – Triggers of work-related stress – Primary interventions – Secondary interventions – Tertiary interventions – HSE comments on work-related stress – HSE comments on bullying at work – Building the business case for managing stress in the workplace (CIPD and ISMA)
Values, right and self-esteem – The assertive person – Using CBC techniques to improve self-esteem – Defining self-esteem – Self acceptance – Defining confidence – Language of assertiveness – Values and rights – How to respond assertively – Relationship and communication skills – Networking – Making meaningful connections with others – Giving and receiving kindness
Defining mindfulness – Physiological influence of mindfulness – Mindfulness in daily living – The link between wellbeing and human spirituality – Personal Meaning Profile – Coping Schemas Inventory – The Wheel of Life – Labyrinths
Ways to deliver coaching: face-to-face coaching (individual, group), remote coaching (Skype, Facetime, webcam, telephone, email, group, individual, webinars, teleseminars) and laser coaching – Information products
You are required to keep a learning journal throughout the course. This records your personal and professional learning experiences related to the Diploma.
Stage Three: Case Studies
Following your supervised skills development, you need to complete fifty hours of case studies. You complete all case studies in your own time and location, under remote supervision from your tutor.
Stage Four: CPD and Course Evaluation
You will be assessed: during your face-to-face skills development, via assignments, case studies and learning journal.
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WHAT THE STUDENTS SAY
I have gained new skills and a new career. I feel the course has opened my eyes and allowed me to learn more about a subject that I am passionate about: namely how people tick and how to help them. I have a lot about different disciplines and elements of resilience and wellness. The mixture of distance learning and face-to-face sessions worked really well for me. The master classes were hugely beneficial to me and I think that the amount that can be learnt within that group is enormous. Sophie Morris
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Your fees include:
Fees and payment plan depending on delivery options. Either:
- BRIGHTON – Integrated Diploma in Resilience and Wellness Coaching (master class attendance in Brighton, Sussex) £2,300.
- Pay in FULL in advance to receive 10% discount – just £2,070.
- Pay an initial £400 upon enrolment plus nineteen standing order instalments of £100.
2. ONLINE – Integrated Diploma in Resilience and Wellness Coaching (delivered remotely) £2,600.
- Pay in FULL in advance to receive 10% discount – just £2,340.
- Pay an initial £510 upon enrolment plus nineteen standing order instalments of £110.
UK postal charges are included in the above costs. International postage will incur additional costs. Please email Laurel on email@example.com for additional cost.
You can pay by bank transfer or online.
TWO STEPS TO ENROL ON THE INTEGRATED DIPLOMA IN RESILIENCE AND WELLNESS COACHING SKILLS
1 Send an email informing of your payment to firstname.lastname@example.org and you will be emailed across an enrolment form to complete and return
2 Pay online here or contact Laurel to make a bank transfer arrangement