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Level 5 Coaching Professional Apprenticeship.

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Level 5 Coaching Professional Apprenticeship

Great coaching underpins development and progression at all levels

Coaching is a way of treating people, a way of thinking and a way of being, which is seen as vital to supporting individuals and organisations in increasingly volatile and ever-changing environments.

Credibility is at our core

We’re listed on the register of apprenticeship training providers (RoATP), which means we know a thing or two about helping you get the most out of an apprenticeship. We’ll work closely with you to identify the necessary skills development, as well as refine the content to meet the needs of your business. With our blended programmes facilitated by specialist coaches, trainers and tutors, learners can sharpen their performance and accelerate their careers.

Unparalleled training for your business

Our programmes use a blended learning model that’s powered by our apprenticeship delivery platform, Aptem. You can expect:

Interactive workshops that are held both face-to-face and virtually.
Online coaching sessions that provide support on an individual level.
Enhanced eLearning content via engaging modules and skills development activities.

Made-for-you delivery

Our learning is tailored to the needs of your business, your people, and their locations. That’s why we offer it virtually, in person, or as a mixture of the two – whatever suits you. In terms of online education, our ePortfolio system (Aptem) provides every learner with a comprehensive programme where they can develop their knowledge, capabilities and behaviours. This will help them to become a confident senior manager, and thrive in their end-point assessment.

Support at every step

A Development Coach
To help achieve the best possible result, whilst ensuring a personalised journey.

A Line Manager
To provide support, opportunities and on-the-job training throughout the programme.

A BMS Progress Facilitator
To deliver the workshop elements and give apprentices the opportunity to learn from their expertise.

An Internal Quality Assurer
To ensure the experience meets our high expectations.

A Designated Safeguarding Lead
To act on any potential safeguarding and wellbeing concerns.

Want some more information?

It all begins with a need. Maybe you want to launch a new training initiative. Maybe you want to up-skill your team. Or maybe you just have an idea that you want help shaping. Whatever it is, the partner that you choose can make all the difference.

Get funding support with the apprenticeship levy

A comprehensive development programme is delivered using the funds accumulated in your apprenticeship service account, made possible by the apprenticeship levy. We provide the apprenticeship through our open course programmes or for employer-only, in-house cohorts. There are various compliance and quality requirements related to the programme, which are established and regulated by the education and skills funding agency and Ofsted.
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What To Look For In A Training Provider?

Choosing a training provider is a fundamental step in building your L&D strategy. Staff development is absolutely crucial, and should be ongoing, so you need to ensure your training provider can meet your needs on a regular basis, and over a sustained period of time.