The purpose of both coaching and mentoring is to help and support people to manage their own learning and to maximize individual potential, skills, performance and personal development. This course provides a unique environment in which students can expand their knowledge and understanding of coaching and mentoring in the clinical setting. The course aims to provide theoretical understanding, experiential knowledge and skill necessary to equip graduates to undertake coaching and/or mentoring in a range of contexts. In addition, students will explore how to assist others in the practical skills and understanding needed for successful one-to-one support.
This course has been developed as a collaborative partnership with Wide Bay Hospital and Health Service to facilitate the development of clinical leadership and management skills of staff and is only available to Wide Bay Hospital and Health Services Staff by nomination.
- Demonstrate knowledge and aptitude in coaching and mentoring in the clinical setting;
- Demonstrate principles of coaching and mentoring;
- Apply foundational models of coaching and mentoring;
- Demonstrate the core competencies of a coach and mentor in the clinical setting;
- Differentiate between preceptor, coach and mentor;
- Develop an understanding of personal approaches to coaching and mentoring; and demonstrate an understanding of adult approaches to learning and how to give feedback and establish the coach/mentor relationship.
Assessment: Online quiz and activities
Duration: 10 hours
CPD Hours: 10
Intakes: By application only to Rikki Lee Arnicar
Delivery Method: Online with workplace component
Relevant for: WBHHS Staff by nomination
Course Enquiries: Rikki Lee Arnicar