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This is an advanced 12-module home study course for people hoping to establish a career as a life coach. A life coach works with individuals to help them reassess their current lifestyle and make changes, identify life goals, and move towards greater fulfillment at work and in their personal life. The course includes course books NLP: The Technology of Achievement and Life Coaching: a cognitive-behavioural approach, as well as all required study materials and full tutorial support. Study topics include: building an effective coach-client relationship, identifying problems and strengths, motivating clients, understanding the past, goal-setting, changing belief systems, achieving life change, supporting the client, running your own life coaching business, lessons from high achievers. Students have up to three years to complete this course, allowing them to work through the modules at their own pace. On average, however, it takes students around 10 - 12 months to complete the course, based on 4 - 6 hours study time per week. Learning Curve is an organisational member of the Association for Coaching, and committed to the ethical development of coaching as a profession. Our training is in line with the association's code of ethics and good practice. why choose us? Our tutorial support is second-to-none. You'll be assigned a personal tutor as soon as you enrol who will work with you all the way through. You can contact your tutor directly at any time if you have any questions or problems, or if you would just like a chat about how the course is going. Tutorial support is by e-mail andor telephone. advanced diploma in life coaching: Module 5: Attitude and understanding . Further work on attitude and ways of thinking. Indepth look at key counselling skills. The role of these skills in life coaching. Course books - Life Coaching , Neenan and Dryden NLP: The Technology of Achievement, Andreas and Faulkner. Module 1: What does a life coach do? Setting study goals. Where are you starting from? Introduction to some key theories. Module 2: The Life Coach. Is this the right career for you? Personal traits. Developing as a Life Coach. Introduction to key counselling skills. Looking into yourself. The role of the Life Coach. The relationship with the client. Module 3: Identifying client needs. Analysing the client's lifestyle and personality. Devising an individual plan of action for each client. Relationships. Energy. Financial management. Well-being. Defining goals, values and mission statement. Client involvement. Module 4: Looking at the past. The role of the client's past in their current lifestyle, reactions and responses. New ways of thinking. Tackling resistance to change. Module 6: Here and now. Ways of relating. Relationships as systems. Family work. Motivating clients. Identifying individual motivating factors. Module 7: Lifestyle changes. diet, weight issues, work. Identifying sources of stress. Problem-solving techniques. Module 8: Time management as a tool. Organisation and planning. Developing individual time management tools for clients. Module 9: Working with clients 1 . The first meeting. Creating the right conditions. Establishing a working relationship. Defining boundaries. Module 10: Working with clients 2. Ethics and legal considerations. Confidentiality. Keeping records. Endings. Module 11: Running a Life Coach practice. Practical considerations. Finding premisesworking from home. Accounts. Module 12: Finding clients. Advertising. Working with corporate and public sector clients. Continuing professional development.

This is an advanced 12-module home study course for people hoping to establish a career as a life coach. A life coach works with individuals to help them reassess their current lifestyle and make changes, identify life goals, and move towards greater fulfillment at work and in their personal life. The course includes course books NLP: The Technology of Achievement and Life Coaching: a...

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