Description

This programme offers you the opportunity to be at the forefront of developments in coaching and mentoring within schools and other educational and sports establishments.

  • This course is based on your own practice and is therefore highly relevant to your professional role and context.
  • The variety of modes of delivery enables you to engage with the PGCert in the way that best suits your preferred learning style.

Why study Education: Coaching and Mentoring?

This Master’s degree is designed to meet the professional development needs of teachers and other education and sports professionals. This includes:

  • Business managers
  • Chaplains
  • Librarians
  • Data managers

Coaching and Mentoring will fit your needs regardless of the phase of schooling or educational contexts you work in, and no matter which stage of your career you’re at.

The programme enables you – as a current or aspiring middle or senior leader – to engage in critical reflection on your own experience and perception of coaching and mentoring. It will help you to develop your coaching and mentoring practice and gain a theoretical understanding of the subject.

You’ll explore the current landscape within coaching and mentoring and how it relates to your own context. During the programme you’ll also select an aspect of coaching and mentoring to analyse and investigate, bringing about change within your own practice and organisation.

Study Details:

MA 1 Year full-time 2 years part-time PGCert 1 year

Module Details:

  • Coaching and Mentoring and Professional Attributes
  • Research Design
  • Coaching and Mentoring in Professional Contexts
  • Change Agency and Strategy: From Research to Practice
  • Academic Paper and Conference Presentation

Student Destinations

Coaching and mentoring are now essential components of organisational development to support professional growth and well-being. A range of skills are covered within this course that will support the development of all practitioners, particularly those seeking roles in middle and senior leadership, as well as those seeking to work in consultancy.

This course will enable members of the teaching profession to meet the requirements of the Early Career Framework by developing their understanding and application of coaching and mentoring both on a personal and organisational level.

Within the sporting sector, professional employment within coaching and mentoring is a significant area of growth as organisations understand the need to support and development athletes and staff whether within player care, Talented Athlete Support, player development and sports coach development.

Fees

Home/EU (MA): £6,480 Home/EU (PGCert): £2,160 International: £13,650

Entry Requirements

Candidates will normally be expected to possess a good honours degree (2:2 or above) from a UK university or an equivalent qualification approved by St Mary’s University.

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