The Purple Tree Performance Coaching Skills course is accredited by the Institute of Training and Organisational Learning (ITOL).
Who can apply for Accredited Coach Training?
Anyone can apply for the Purple Tree ITOL Accredited Performance Coaching Skills course.
Programs are delivered for organisations at a time and date to suit your needs.
In-house Accredited Coach Training is available. Off-site sessions are also available at our Wirral based centre.
Purple Tree has over 10 years experience delivering bespoke coaching and training programs, and of developing partnerships with public, private and not-for-profit organisations throughout the UK.
Contact us for more information about Accredited Coaching programs for your organisation.
Accredited Performance Coach Open Programme courses are also available for individuals at our Wirral based centre.
Dates and course times vary.
View our course calendar for available Purple Tree Open Learning Accredited Performance Coach courses or contact us for more information and booking details.
Is funding available for Accredited Coach Training?
Financial assistance may be available for those facing redundancy, the voluntary sector and new businesses. Contact us for more information about financial assistance for Accredited Coach Training.
How long does coach training last?
Five days of Performance Coach Training over a three month period.
Perfomance Coaching Skills Course Content
- Coaching Explained: What is coaching? / What is coaching not?
- Coaching and Change
- Coaching and Motivation
- Beliefs in Coaching / Beliefs and Behaviour
- Key Skills in Coaching: Questioning, Listening, Challenging, Silence
- Coaching and NLP Questioning Approaches
- Using Coaching Models
- Team Coaching
- Coaching Policies and Implementation
Accreditation and Support
ITOL Accredited (Level 4)
5 days normally every 2 weeks
Observation and Assessment
The delivery of this training is currently online due to the pandemic.
There will be 2 hours of training twice a week for 10 weeks (up to 40 hours training)