Without doubt, the best way to become a better coach is to watch thinkers thinking while coaches are coaching. That’s where we learn to notice better and say what we see. 3D’s Coaching Practicum is 8 hours of live online training where you practice, observe and listen to coaches coach and thinkers think. It is a learning laboratory.
We know how much you value having an experienced coach in the room, so a 3D Coach is there hosting, listening, pausing, supporting and challenging.
“One must learn by doing the thing; or though you think you know it you have no certainty until you try.” Sophocles, Trachiniac 415BC
Anyone who has done a minimum of 26 hours training in coaching. You can come as many times as you like.
Thursdays 17.00-19.00 (UK) online with Peronel Barnes PCC
- 22 Oct, 5 Nov, 12 Nov, 19 Nov 2020 Book Now
Mondays 09.30 – 11.30 (UK) online with Peronel Barnes
- 18th Jan, 25th Jan, 1st Feb, 8th Feb 2021 – Book now
- 8th April, 15th April, 22nd April, 29th April 2021 Book Now
- £150 inc VAT
- 8 Coach Training Hours (ICF Core Competencies)
- Maximum: 12 people online
“This is well worth doing if you want to make coaching a regular part of your life/work in any way. Be brave about the online format if you are not used to working that way. It’s a really good way to learn, and so cost effective. It still feels personal. You will learn so much from opportunity to be observed coaching/being coached and will be reassured that everyone has a ‘learning edge’ and gets better at identifying what it is as the course goes on. The course members were all refreshingly honest about their learning. I also found it very helpful to watch some recorded sessions back again afterwards and found I learnt even more second time around. ….especially watching myself being coached! The course has given me confidence to offer coaching in the education sector, and secured my belief that it is a really helpful, transforming process for Heads, teachers, support staff, governors, parents …….. and anyone who wants to reflect on possible ways forward in their life or business.
Pippa Rossiter (retired Head Teacher and working towards a coaching accreditation)