ILM RECOGNISED PROVIDER

ILM is the UK’s leading provider of leadership, management and coaching qualifications, and a City & Guilds Group Business. The Centre for Coaching, International Academy for Professional Development is an ILM Recognised Provider. As a recognised provider, we run a wide range of approved coaching and management development programmes which are suitable for Continuing Professional Development. To qualify as an ILM Development programme, our leadership and management training scheme had to meet the following minimum requirements:

  • Must be based on management, leadership, coaching, mentoring or enterprise

  • Must aim to enhance or develop the knowledge and skills of managers, leaders, coaches, mentors or entrepreneurs 

 

Although ILM Development programmes are not qualifications, the ILM have evaluated all aspects of programme delivery. On completion of their programme, students receive an ILM Development certificate.

 

NB. Depending upon the programmes Learners have taken, they become eligible for membership of the Institute of Leadership and Management.

WHO ARE THE DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES SUITABLE FOR?

Generally the courses are suitable for coaches, trainers, managers, directors, entrepreneurs, personnel staff, management consultants, psychologists and/or other professionals who wish to learn more about coaching and/or management development. However, participants also include those interested in a career change.

 

ADVANTAGES TO CANDIDATES ENROLLING ON ILM DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES

On completion of their course students receive an ILM Development certificate.

CERTIFICATES FOR COURSES AND CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT (CPD)

Certificates of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) are issued by the Centre for Coaching to delegates who meet the attendance requirements for each programme. On completion of the ILM Approved Development Programme delivered by the Centre for Coaching, International Academy, our Registrar will notify the ILM.

ILM PLAGIARISM POLICY
Plagiarism is a form of cheating which applies to all assessments and/or examinations. It is important not to intentionally nor unintentionally use someone else’s intellectual work and present it as your own. Students and delegates enrolled onto our ILM Development programmes (and other courses at the Centre) should not plagiarise. The ILM has a Plagiarism, Collusion and Cheating Policy

SPECIAL NEEDS OR REQUIREMENTS

If you have special needs or requirements, please advise us when you apply.

IMPORTANT INTRODUCTION TO MODULES AND PROGRAMMES

Our development programmes and courses vary in length and are usually between 12 hours and 30 hours duration. These courses form the modules for a range of coaching programmes and the Essential Management Development Programme at the Centre for Coaching. The Advanced Coaching Development Programme is over 100 hours in length. Certificates of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) are issued to delegates who attend 90% of a development programme.

 

Our ILM course brochure provides full details of the courses. Course dates and fees are also available. 

The training courses below have been approved as ILM Development Programmes:

  • Introduction to Coaching at Work Development Programme

  • Coaching Development Programme (5 day Programme)

  • Cognitive Coaching

  • Performance Coaching

  • Psychological Coaching (5 day Programme)

  • Stress Management

  • Assertion and Communications Skills Training

  • Occupational Stress Management

  • Problem Focused Coaching

  • Health Coaching

  • Relaxation Skills

  • Developing Resilience

  • Redundancy Coaching

  • Solution Focused Coaching

  • Time management

  • Understanding Health and Well Being of Staff: for HR and Management Professionals

  • Hazard Awareness

  • Essential Management Development Programme

  • Advanced Coaching Development Programme

ILM PROGRAMME FORMS

ILM Programme Brochure

Application form (Word)

Application form (PDF)

ILM COMPLAINTS POLICY
The policy provides definition and examples of complaints which may arise in relation to an ILM Approved Centre, Recognised Provider or learner.  The process for making a complaint is described, although the ILM expect a learner to follow their centre or provider's process before referring to ILM.

Download the Complaints policy (August 2017)

For accredited and approved training in cognitive-behavioural and solution focused coaching,

psychological coaching and coaching psychology

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