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BTEC Higher National Diploma in Coaching [ODL] £3,500.00

BTEC Higher National Diploma in Coaching

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Subject code: L5CNG

Syllabus and Unit Specification:

Credit value: 240, contributing to the Higher Education (HE) Diploma outlined below

The purpose of this subject syllabus is to provide such part time and full time learners with an opportunity to study the principles and applications of Coaching at an advanced higher educational level (HND), with sufficient focus and detail to achieve transferrable skills, knowledge, understanding and application, necessary for progression towards related programmes at Level 6.

The subject is unitised in order to provide flexibility of operation and study. Satisfactory completion of all 16 units within this syllabus results in the award of 240 credits at HND.

Each unit may be undertaken separately, each will be assessed independently, however  it is a key requirement of the subject that all 16 units attached to the syllabus be completed at a satisfactory level in order to achieve the diploma.

Target group
HE diplomas should be targeted at those learners who have the ability to benefit from the course and progress to Level 6. They should also have success at level 3. This is a prerequisite to undertaking the course, as is sufficient skills in English, Maths and ICT.

Intended progression
•Bachelor of Arts or Science
•Professional coaching accreditation
•Allied Health professions
•Social care
•Vocational applications

The HND subject
This HND subject is made up of a set of 16 units, which may be delivered and assessed independently. All units are assessed by coursework activities, and the compilation of an e-portfolio. The HND subject requires successful completion of all 16 units. Learners are able to complete units at a pace appropriate to their resources, commitments and study plans.

It is expected that a full set of subject units will be completed within 2 academic years of initial enrolment.

Credit is awarded for successful completion of each unit. Any units which are not successfully completed may be repeated but this is subject to the college's discretion and criteria. All the learning outcomes attached to each unit must be met in order for credit to be awarded. Each unit attracts a total of 15 credits. Coursework is subject to marking criteria which will be outlines within each unit.

Moderation and Assessment Responsibilities
This course is delivered entirely via the distance learning route and therefore there is no face to face element or requirement for centre based assessment.

Aims of the course
1.To provide students with opportunities to develop academic skills in Coaching appropriate for a range of progression options.
2.To enable students to develop an advanced knowledge and understanding of the subject area
3.To encourage the learner to apply theoretical understanding and evaluation to complex content
4.To encourage students to apply terms and concepts appropriately
5.To enable students to apply a range of transferrable skills to subject related topics, issues and situations.
6.To facilitate and foster the development of a range of presentation skills relevant and appropriate to the discipline and level of study.

Course Objectives
1.To encourage direct and indirect independent learning and the development of key skills in an effective and academic context for the purposes of personal development and progression.
2.To develop an appreciation of the value and problems of interpretation of core concepts in Coaching, together with related and relevant practices, methodologies and theories.
3.To build an understanding of the core concepts within Coaching in different situations
4.To encourage students to apply their experience, knowledge and understanding, and skills to a range of course-related topics.
5.To encourage students to develop study autonomy and be able to demonstrate planning, judgement and organisational skills.
6.To advance the development of presentation skills appropriate to the discipline, level of study and delivery method.
7.To encourage development of transferrable evaluative and analytical skills relevant to Coaching.
What the student needs to know
In order to undertake this course the student will require:
•Prior knowledge and understanding commensurate with enrolment criteria
•Access to computer system with internet access and capabilities to download and upload files
•Word processing ability and access to word processing package compatible with college requirements
•Good organisational skills in order to plan studies, manage workload and study time

The Course;

Students will be presented with the opportunity to learn about:
•ICT methods, tools and strategies
•The use of ICT in higher education
•Reflective writing and the use of this for skills enhancement
•The ePortfolio
•Historical emergence of coaching
•Understanding the core concepts within coaching.
•Skills and characteristics of coaching, together with related social and psychological components

Students will be provided with learning opportunities in:
•Identifying different ICT methods relevant to Level 5 study
•Understanding how to apply different ICT tools and strategies within the course
•Gain understanding of value of independent study and be able to reflect upon experiences
•Evaluation of theories and concepts relevant to coaching and be able to compose coursework activities according to the criteria and learning outcomes commensurate with Level 5

Students will be presented with the opportunity to learn about:
•Specific models related to life, career and child coaching
•Core skills related to life coaching, career and child coaching
•Comparisons of relevant theories, models and strategies
•Analysis of different coaching approaches and appraisal of current schools of thought

Students will be provided with learning opportunities in:
•Learning about different coaching models and approaches, being able to evaluate their application in a diverse range of situations
•Developing knowledge and understanding of the underpinning psychology within different coaching approaches
•Exploration of the professional opportunities within coaching
•Development of skills related to client assessment and programme design

Students will be presented with the opportunity to learn about:
•Specific models related to health coaching
•Applications of health coaching both within the service user, health professional and management realm
•The relationship between health coaching and positive outcomes within service user experiences, care provision and effective management
•Associated applications and transferrable skills for example, mentoring and problem solving within group situations

Students will be provided with learning opportunities in:
•Developing underpinning knowledge of service user provision, management strategies and facilitation of change within the health care environment
•Learning about different approaches within coaching related to person-centred care issues and integrative care provisions
•Development of skills related to client assessment and programme design

Students will be presented with the opportunity to learn about:
•Underpinning psychological theories, models and concepts; together with historical timeline of NLP development
•Theories, models and concepts of NLP
•Similarities and differences between NLP and traditional coaching
•Specific applications of NLP, and the behavioural related concepts
•Practical skills and approaches within NLP

Students will be provided with learning opportunities in:
•Exploration of different applications for NLP
•Evaluating approaches and professional considerations when comparing coaching and NLP
•Development of skills relevant to client assessment and programme design

Entry Requirements
All students must per 17 years of age and above. Students should have completed a Level 3 Diploma or Professional Diploma or A level standard course (or equivalent) before the Level 5 qualification.

Study Hours
Approximately 60 hours per unit

Assessment Method
16 tutor marked assessments.

Please note that you can enrol on this course at anytime.

Award -
Subject to Edexcel ApprovalBTEC (HND) in Coaching

This course is fully accredited by Edexcel
Additional Information
You will receive a certificate from Edexcel.  Fees are included in the course fee.

The course can be enrolled upon by students Internationally. There are no deadlines for enrolments.

Please Note: We are taking pre registrations on this course.

What's Included
All study materials to enable the student to successfully complete the Diploma. Support is provided by the tutor department. Examination board certification upon completion, all coursework marking and moderating.

Further Information
Your course is delivered online via the Oxford Learning On Campus website.

Please note that included in your course fee is your registration to the On Campus student community.

You will require Internet access. In the student 'On Campus' you are also able to take part in the student chat room and forums as part of our online student community.

After enrolling online you will receive your username and password to access the On Campus area within 5 working days. You will also receive your personal Oxford Learning student number via email.

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