Some of the best schools in Britain are now adopting a coaching culture and are introducing coaching initiatives, such as employing in-house coaches and training management, staff and pupil leaders to be coaches.
Additionally, families and organisations that work with children and young people are increasingly turning to coaching and mentoring as an alternative to counselling due to it being easily accessible, non-stigmatised, solution-focused, time-limited and cost-effective.
To meet the growing need for coaches that are qualified to work with children and adolescents, Noble Manhattan Coaching (NMC) has partnered up with School Wellbeing Alliance (SWA) to create a series of ground-breaking courses that have been accredited with The International Authority for Professional Coaching and Mentoring (IAPC&M).
These courses have been carefully created in conjunction with some of Britain’s finest coaches working in schools and the education sector, and aim to boost the overall performance, mental health and wellbeing of children and young people.
Training in this area will open up a new, exciting and emerging market full of opportunities both inside and outside school settings. It will also give schools and parents much-needed reassurance that you have the necessary training and qualifications to work in this sector safely, competently and effectively given that all of our courses are accredited with the IAPC&M.
There are 3 different levels of training for child and adolescent coaching with NMC. Please note that the first level, Diploma courses also involves training to coach adults so you effectively get a double Diploma with huge savings.