Level 3 Life Coaching Diploma

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Introduction

This course is accredited by ACCPH at Level 3 and allows you to join as a professional member after graduation.

A life coach is an individual who helps and empowers others to create, meet and exceed personal and professional goals. These include being happy and fulfilled in personal life, excelling in the workplace and exploring ambitions as well as the self and the world. This Quality Assured Level 3 Diploma in Life Coaching course is designed for those wishing to work as a Life Coach, both on an individual and corporate basis. Throughout the course you will build on the skills you need to coach in a range of situations, and for a wide range of people.

This online life coaching course will also explore and develop your own strengths and show you how this can be implemented into your training and therefore into practising as a coach. The Oxford College course is widely respected worldwide, and provides a first class training for prospective coaches.

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Level 3 Life Coaching Diploma Entry Requirements

All students must be 16 years of age and above to enrol onto our Level 3 Life Coaching Diploma course.

Level 3 Diploma courses require a minimum prior learning to GCSE standard in order that students can manage their studies and the assumed knowledge within course content.

Study Hours

Approximately 20 hours per unit.

Assessment

Optional coursework and final examination.

Enrolment

Please note that you can enrol on this course at anytime.

Course Length

1 Year.

Awarding Body

ABC Awards

Level 3 Life Coaching Diploma Course Content

Level 3 Life Coaching Diploma Module 1. Life Coaching and You

This module explores the role of the coach in a wide-range of situations. The module encourages students to look introspectively and starts building the blocks of thinking about the numerous reasons people will seek a coach. The module also examines the various techniques of the delivery of coaching. It explains the differences in advice, guidance and the implementation of coaching. Students gain knowledge of active listening and personality profiling. Students are asked to review thoughts and feelings about certain situations, and then learn how to structure thoughts and plan personal development. Students are introduced to questioning techniques and building up a preliminary client session.

Level 3 Life Coaching Diploma Module 2. Essential Qualities

This module focuses on the qualities that a Life Coach needs to possess and develop in order to be a positive influence on the client. This also addresses confidentiality and report taking. The module requires students to complete an interview form and to summarise case studies.

Level 3 Life Coaching Diploma Module 3. Interviewing a Client and Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)

This module demonstrates to students how to build key client relationships, maintaining confidence and trust of clients, and delivering high quality services all the while managing client expectations. The interviewing technique is key to the successful coach and also enables the coach to see the client as a whole. Key techniques will be examined. These will be developed as the course progresses.

The NLP component of this module is a stand-alone course in itself. NLP brings together the three areas of the mind, our use of language, and our behaviour to achieve our goals. “Neuro” relates to neurology, the study of the mind and how we think, “linguistics” covers our use of language and how it affects us and “programming” addresses how we sequence our actions to achieved desired outcomes. The basic premise is that it useful and desirable for coaches to appreciate the nature and applications of NLP, particularly since there are strong links and similarities between many NLP concepts, strategies and techniques and others widely used in coaching. The Module adopts an objective, informative and questioning approach. It outlines the benefits of NLP in promoting positive thinking, effective communication, and encouragement to use one’s internal resources to “change one’s state” and achieve well-formed outcomes.

Level 3 Life Coaching Diploma Module 4. Relationships, Sexuality and Bereavement

This module explores the techniques used to draw information out of the client and aid the coming to terms with how he or she feels. It also addresses coaching couples and examines the way the coach may approach the situation in a different manner. The module covers wide-ranging relationships from workplace to family. This module also discusses the stages of dying and the tasks of mourning. The coach can have a huge part to play in these situations. Many clients will benefit from a mourning plan and dealing with the vast array of emotions they may be feeling. Students cover perspectives of the reality of loss, the client adjusting to their environment, allowing for individual differences. Defences and coping styles are explained.

Level 3 Life Coaching Diploma Module 5. Drugs, Alcohol, and Addictions

This module addresses the definitions and effects of drugs, alcohol and addictions. Students will gain knowledge and understanding of the effects with regard to relationships, physical and emotional health, aspects of performance as well as legal and financial situations. The module covers ways of assisting the client in a practical and supportive manner. The course also covers coaching clients with financial problems.

Level 3 Life Coaching Diploma Module 6. Stress, Depression and Suicide

This module examines many of today’s largest problem areas that are encountered by clients. Students will have the opportunity to work through the detailed practical steps and goal setting processes that assist the client. The module explains healthy coping styles, relaxation techniques, stress management systems, sources of stress (stressors) and time management.

Level 3 Life Coaching Diploma Module 7. Finding Clients and Initial Enquiries

This module explores the areas in which a coach works. Students will learn about coaching in specialised areas; eg. Health and Fitness Coach, Addictions Coach, Female Lifestyle Coach, Relationship Coach, Career Coach and Business Coach, as well as all round coaching. By this stage of your course, students may have definite ideas of specialising in a particular area of coaching. Students will also gain knowledge about promotion of themselves and their businesses, as well as dealing in a positive manner with prospective clients.

Level 3 Life Coaching Diploma Module 8. Financial, Career and Workplace (Corporate) Coaching

This module focuses on the clients’ financial goals, using financial indicators and positive goal setting. Students will also gain understanding of coaching within the context of a person’s career and workplace which is one of the largest fields of interest for coaches.

Level 3 Life Coaching Diploma Module 9. Business of Coaching, Administration and Ethics

This module contains samples of various coaching sheets. These include: coach/client contract, client session form, client basis form, client goal action form, referral letter, terms and conditions, client’s action plan/care plan and client feedback forms.

The final part to the full course is a ‘Plan for Business’. This is a full course and moves the student through a business plan, how to market important skills professionally, finance and the conflicting elements that may be encountered. This section of the course is especially relevant to those who aim to start their own private practice.

Progression

This Level 3 Life Coaching Diploma can be used to gain entry to a Level 4 Diploma or higher.

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  1. 5 out of 5

    I Did a Diploma in Life Coaching, got A with a Distinction and afterwards got loads of opportunities as result of that.

  2. 5 out of 5

    I took the Diploma in Life Coaching and then followed up with Child Coaching. I’ve started my own business and have successfully coached a number of people in leaving their jobs, following their career, dealing with relationship break ups, coping with anxiety. I’ve also coached children to deal with exam pressure, bullies, anger and to help them find focus and get organised, become more confident and get a clearer sense of self. The courses I took with you gave me a fab start in my new career.
    Children is actually what I specialise in now.

  3. 5 out of 5

    A great course which has given me the foundations for developing my career as a Life Coach. The SAP’s were not only good for making sure I had absorbed the course content in preparation for the final exam, but also very practical to make me consider how I will practise.

    The speed at grading my assignments was amazing! Thank you to the people who have read through and marked all of my work.

  4. 5 out of 5

    This course is one of the best courses I have ever taken. I liked the way it was structured, and I found the course material inspirational and very well thought through. Sometimes I felt like going back to certain modules and re-reading the inspirational quotes again and again. Beside this, I particularly enjoyed the introduction to NLP. Last but not least, I loved the liberty the course allowed, and study in the preferred speed and patterns.
    All in all it was an excellent course!