Part 2: Coaching and mentoring
Part 2 of 2: Learn how to design a coaching and mentoring system for your setting
This 10 week online programme follows on from Part 1: Coaching and mentoring and explores how mentoring and coaching systems may be designed and implemented in your setting.
Date: 15 August–31 October 2022
Cost: $640 plus GST
Venue: This online programme can be accessed from anywhere in Aotearoa. Registered participants will receive the link to the programme one week before the event.
Modules will be supported by six webinars held in late afternoons. You can download a PDF of the times and dates here:
By the end of this online programme, you will be able to:
- investigate mentoring/coaching as a way to support whole organisation change and transform practice
- understand how the coaching and mentoring can apply in different circumstances to affect change in both people and organisations
- explore the practical applications of embedding mentoring/coaching systems and explore key tools to support practice within these systems
- reviewing and learning from existing systems/setups
- design a programme most appropriate to your settings needs.
Who is this for?
This online programme is for anyone who has completed the first course, ‘become a coach or mentor’, and is also open to middle/senior leaders or in mentoring and/or coaching roles; those in mentoring roles wishing to implement mentoring and coaching systems in their setting.
Programme format, modules and webinars
This 10 week online programme is divided into weekly modules:
- Embedding change
- Designing a successful approach
Upon completing this CORE online programme, participants will be able to download a digital badge to add to their professional learning e-portfolio.
"The facilitators were friendly and knowledgeable. They adjusted aspects of the course as required, listening to the participants."
Margot, Otonga School
"We had some really robust professional conversations and got to share our 'a-ha' moments and new learning."
Angela, Otonga School
"The best component has been our group collaboration."
Jen, Ōpāwa School