Masterclasses e-Coaching for professionals
Do you want to enhance your guidance skills and are you interested in the basic principles of e-coaching and how you can apply them within your own personal method of guidance? Then this Masterclass for e-coaching is just what you need! e-Coaching is an extended training programme to elaborate on the coaching approach and skills you have already learned and practiced.
What does Masterclass e-Coaching have to offer?
Starting with online guidance/e-coaching, requires awareness of its possibilities and limitations. The emphasis in this Masterclass is on text-based coaching. Verbal communication is excluded, which requires extra care in applying another form of communication in a professional dialogue. To effectively apply online guidance, you need the appropriate language skills; What is the effect of the use of your language, what is the core message of your client, how do you align your language to that of your client?
Who is it for?
The Masterclass is aimed at coaches, career counsellors, HR(D)- professionals, counsellors, guidance experts and supervisors who want to learn how online guidance/e- coaching can be successfully implemented.
The Masterclass e-Coaching for professionals takes six weeks and is fully delivered online. You will attend a teaching program of five modules. The emphasis in this Masterclass is on expanding and professionalizing your online coaching skills through the power of text-based coaching.
The UNLOQ-methodology is a method to display the online communication of the professional effectively and analyse the written message of the client in a structured way.
In five modules we will elaborate on core coach competencies by linking them to language skills.
You will learn:
- What e-coaching is, why it works and how it works
- How to apply the UNLOQ-methodology and our ABC coaching model in practice
- The do’s and don’ts of e-coaching
One of the modules is a (three-week) practice coach trajectory in a secure digital environment using the UNLOQ-methodology with a test client.
The study duration is 4-6 weeks. The total study load is 24 hours, consisting of:
- 3 hours of preparation before starting (self study)
- 12 hours of training days (four daily periods of 3 hours)
- 2 hours of literature study and preparation in between
- 5 hours execution of test client trajectory (on average 2 times contact spread over 3 weeks)
- Optional: 2 hours preparing the digital portfolio for testing and registration as eCoach Level I
Accredited by ICF CCE – 17 CCEs
This Masterclass is accredited by the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and approved for 17 CCEs (11 Core Competency + 6 Resource Development).
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- Course price: € 1245,- excl. VAT
- Course book: ‘E-Coaching: Theory and practice for a new online approach to coaching.’ Order this book via: Amazon.
- The online webinars are powered by ZOOM
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Optional Module 6: Certified eCoach Level I
For this program, we work with a competency profile. After the training, you can opt for examination and certification. When you pass the examination you will receive the Certified eCoach Level I certificate that can be used to include you in the International eCoach Register (www.ecoachregister.com). Costs optional Module 6: examination, certification and five-year registration a € 250,- excl. VAT.
Course book: ‘E-coaching: Theory and practice for a new online approach to coaching’
Our guiding manual during this course: ‘E-Coaching: Theory and practice for a new online approach to coaching’ is underpinned with a theoretical framework that introduces a new model on people development (the ABC-model), inspired by the GROW model of Graham Alexander, and a new text based coaching method inspired by the Politeness theory of Brown and Levinson. Among other topics covered are the implications and strengths of working remotely, increased frequent contact moments, social anonymity and the power of writing.
E-Coaching: Theory and Practice for a New Online Approach to Coaching
By Anne Ribbers, Alexander Waringa
Published by Routledge – ISBN 9781138778740