LIFE COACH TRAINING ONLINE COURSE SYLLABUS
Section 1: Covering all the basics, life coach training course objectives, course outline and more
Who Is This Course Intended For
Meet Your Instructor
Section 2: Coaching, Counselling, Consulting and Mentoring – Downloadable Resources
Downloadable resources – Welcome to this section, which is the home of all your downloadable resources. The course has over 40 in total and have all been created with you in mind. They have been left blank and are ready for you to upload your own logo and company details, truly making them your own!
Some Of The Downloadable Materials In This Life Coach Training Online Course Include:
About Me – Are You Too Comfortable? – Boost Your Strengths Exercise – Creating Your SMART Goal – Daily Planner – Day To Day Jotter – Goal Setting Exercise – How Good Are You To Yourself? – Identify What You Are Tolerating – Letting Go – Life Balance – Live Your Dreams – Making New Friends Coaching Exercise – Micro Goals – Mind Map – Mistakes – Monthly Planner – Pre Coaching Session – Questions For Coaching Session – Questions To Help Move Forward With Your Goals – The Helicopter – This Years Goals 4 Steps – Time Chart – Time Management Quarters – Types Of Questions – Weekly Planner – What I Want To Achieve This Year
Coaching, counselling, consulting and mentoring – Explaining the differences & summary of differences.
Section 3: The Basics – The key responsibilities of a coach, listening skills & questioning
The key responsibilities of a coach
Listening skills – Effective listening skills are imperative – not only for the coaching process, but for successful relationships in general.
Questioning – We look at the importance of questioning and how we can use this skill to get the most from our clients.
Section 4: Coaching Models – T–GROW – SMART & WHEEL OF LIFE
T–GROW coaching model – T-GROW is one of the models we study in this life coaching course. Here you will learn what the acronym stands for in T-GROW along with some effective questions to complement this wonderful model for goal achievement.
The SMART model – The second coaching model we study in this life coaching course. Again, it is an excellent tool to use for goal setting, and we’ve included an exercise to complement your learning.
Wheel of life – The wheel of life is probably the most important tool a life coach can have in their toolkit.
Section 5: Communication & Passive Aggressive Assertive Exercise
Albert Mehrabian model – Learn more about this model of communication, and why the words we choose, are only a small percentage of what we are saying!
Matching and mirroring – This life coaching course is great for learning about the art of communication. Here we continue with that theme, and learn about ‘mirroring and matching’.
Clean language – More on communication and ‘clean language’.
Passive, aggressive, assertive exercise – This life coaching course is designed to be an excellent self development tool. Here you can explore how you fair in this exercise.
How did you get on? – How did you get on with the exercise?
How assertive are you? – This life coaching course has a number of great exercises. Here’s another, designed to explore how assertive you are.
Section 6: Feedback
Feedback – Learning to give good feedback is an essential skill as a life coach.
Section 7: Administration & Conclusion
Administration – This lecture covers all the administration that a coach might be concerned with. We’ve also included The Data Protection Act which covers the responsible handling of personal information, as well as client contracts and coaching session logs. and Coaching Ethics And Standards
Conclusion – This final lecture is a round up of all we’ve learned! We hope you’ve enjoyed the course, and join us for another one of our courses soon!