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I have developed a 2 day coaching skills training programme which I would like to get 'accredited' so that participants can have their learning and competence recognised in some way.

I'd be grateful for any advice on how this can be accomplished.
Matt Somers

2 Responses

  1. There’s a NVQ unit covering coaching

    One idea is to allow your learners to gain credit for an NVQ unit. Look up the NVQ3 in Training – I believe there’s a unit all about coaching (may be C23 or C25). There are plenty of NVQ centres accredited to run this NVQ & (in my experience) are happy to register candidates.

  2. Accreditation
    Most training can be accredited towards an NVQ unit if it is of vocational significance. If you don’t want to adopt this route then you could look at ISM’s award system although you will need to tie in the training to an NVQ award in part. Most training companies accredited to offer NVQs will consider accreditation for your qualification.

    For further information please phone Bob on 0870 241 3998.


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