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The final CPD webinar in our series looks at the importance of the assessment process, namely the assessed coaching (or mentoring) call.

Within the previous CPD webinars we have discussed and investigated the 10 capability areas that we look for and assess as part of the accreditation process. Every previous session leads to this point.

During this webinar we will discuss and explore every aspect of the assessment process. We will revisit the key points of each of the capability areas and highlight the key factors that lead to a successful outcome as well as the pitfalls that some coaches fall into. Emphasis will be made on why it is a live coaching call as opposed to a recording. We will also emphasise why it is a real topic and not a role play.

One of the important factors of this webinar is that it is the same process no matter what level of accreditation you were going for. The key difference is we are looking for additional behaviours in capability areas, and a deeper level of knowledge, hence there being a longer duration of call and a different pass mark.

Within this webinar we will also discuss what happens with the outcome, namely the difference between a borderline pass and a clear pass.

As with previous CPD webinars, panellists will share their own personal experiences as well as best practice. Best- and worst-case scenarios from past assessments will also be highlighted to indicate where marks are gained and dropped.

Watch the recording here:

Find out more about our speakers here:

  • If you missed the first discussion in this series on contracting, then visit HERE
  • If you missed the second discussion in this series where we exploring trust, then visit HERE
  • If you missed the third discussion in this series exploring the self in coaching, then visit HERE
  • If you missed the forth discussion in this series exploring active listening skills, then visit HERE
  • If you missed the fifth discussion in this series on powerful questioning, then visit HERE
  • If you missed the sixth discussion in this series on direct communication, then visit HERE
  • If you missed the seventh discussion in this series on challenging feedback, then visit HERE
  • If you missed the eighth discussion in this series on considering options, then visit HERE
  • If you missed the ninth discussion in this series on action planning, then visit HERE
  • If you missed the tenth discussion in this series on progress and accountability, then visit HERE