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Senior Practitioner Part 2
deeply embedding your team coaching practice.
Senior Practitioner Part 1
The first half of becoming an accredited senior practitioner
Part 1 & 2 required for accreditation
Starting point for anyone wanting to become a team coach or Accredited Practitioner
The Practitioner program is the starting point for anyone wanting to become a team coach. It aims to ensure competency and confidence in extending coaching approaches to helping teams become more effective and develop the capability to coach themselves. The context is coaching teams in the workplace, with particular emphasis on executive teams and project teams, although the tools, techniques and theory also apply to other forms of team. This program covers:
Developing yourself as a team coach
Supporting and working with the team leader
Understanding Complex Adaptive Systems
Flexing different modes of working with teams
Contracting and Psychological Safety
Using the PERILL model and diagnostic with teams
Defining the issues and goal setting
Making team decisions
Working with a co-coach, stakeholders and/or client sponsor
Learning the team coaching and team engagement processes
You will have a solid foundation of experience and expertise in one-to-one coaching and want to add team coaching to your portfolio.
You could also have previous team coaching experience and have facilitated teams or groups
Not required, but GTCI Gateway program could have been completed
This program is a European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC) Global Team Coaching Training Quality Award (TCQA) program (TCQA20200005) and 40.5 (36.5 CC & 4 RD) International Coach Federation (ICF) Continuing Coach Education (CCE) hours, as such you will have specific elements to complete. If you are interested in attaining an Accreditation, you will have the learning requirements to apply for the EMCC Team Coaching Practitioner if you complete the requirements.
Team to practice on during the program – could be a pro-bono team such as a school or church committee, on-going team, not-for-profit or agile teams, etc. Does not need to be a ‘typical’ paying client, rather a team that will benefit from your learning how to team coach; preferably with a co-coach.
Preferred – team coaching with a co-coach on your or their practice team. Opportunities can be for you to pair up with someone from the course.
6 hours pre-work prior to program commencement, including reading, team coach development plan and team development plan
2x short reflective essays about yourself as a team coach and a team coaching engagement
Anticipate 1 – 2 hours in between course sessions for preparatory work
David is at the forefront of team coach training. His book, Coaching the Team at Work stimulated the global movement for evidence-based team coaching nearly a decade ago.
As a professional coaching supervisor, mentor and trainer, Tammy Turner generously shares her wisdom and real-world experience appealing to novice and experienced practitioners alike.
Craig has extensive international experience designing and delivering ICF and EMCC credentialed coach training programs. He is part of the Core Faculty and Head of Practicums for GTCI. He holds ICF and EMCC accreditations as a coach, team coach and supervisor
FROM PRACTITIONER GRADUATES
The programme builds upon the foundational elements of team coaching and enables opportunities for great learning with a committed and knowledgeable peer group and first class leaders. I feel ready to practice and use what I have learned here in the coaching room.
~ David Levenson, United Kingdom
Excellent Program, total return on expectations with experts in the field. ~ Latha Gupta, India
Go GO GO! Highly recommended. ~ Charles Losper, New Zealand
Great intro if you are wanting to do team coaching. Very experienced facilitators. Great reference material. ~ Debra Close, Australia
TEAM COACHING PRACTITIONER
ICF-approved 40.5 CCEs (36.5 CC & 4 RD) or EMCC Practitioner Accredited team coaching program is aimed at people who have attended the GTCI Gateway program or with a solid foundation of experience and expertise in one-to-one coaching, who want to add team coaching to their portfolio.
It aims to ensure competency and confidence in extending coaching approaches to helping teams become more effective and develop the capability to coach themselves. The context is teams in the workplace, with particular emphasis on executive teams and project teams, although the tools, techniques and theory also apply to other forms of team.
Delivered virtually over 6 sessions from 4.00pm - 7.00pm pm (AEDT)
Wednesday, 23 Feb 2022
Wednesday, 09 Mar 2022
Wednesday, 23 Mar 2022
Wednesday, 06 Apr 2022
Mid program study break
Wednesday, 27 Apr 2022
Wednesday, 11 May 2022
Wednesday, 25 May 2022
Wednesday, 08 Jun 2022
Thursday, 01 Sept 2022
Thursday, 08 Sept 2022
Thursday, 15 Sept 2022
Thursday, 22 Sept 2022
Mid program study break
Thursday, 13 Oct 2022
Thursday, 20 Oct 2022
Thursday, 27 Oct 2022
Thursday, 03 Nov 2022
For cohort 2 registrations please contact us
Course Pricing & Packages
FOR AUSTRALIAN RESIDENTS
EARLY BIRD: AU$3,432 (inc GST, closes 10 Dec 2021)
COURSE FEE: AU$3,795 (inc GST, closes 04 Feb 2022)
Read our terms and conditions.
FOR NON-AUSTRALIAN RESIDENTS
EARLY BIRD: AU$3,120 (no GST, closes 10 Dec 2021)
COURSE FEE: AU$3,450 (no GST, closes 04 Feb 2022)
Read our terms and conditions.
Enrolling in more than 1 module? See our package pricing
Essentials Package Details
Enrol and pay for Practitioner at the early bird price and pay AUD$550, GST inclusive (Australian residents) or AUD$500, no GST (Non-Australian residents) as deposit for Senior Practitioner Part 1
You will be enrolled for Senior Practitioner Part 1, commencing 19 July 2022 at the early bird price
You will be invited to join the Community of Practice for team coaching starting immediately
When you complete Practitioner, you will be invoiced the outstanding balance for Senior Practitioner Part 1 (Australian residents AUD$2,882, GST inclusive and Non-Australia residents AUD$2,620, no GST)
You can pay instalments before the 2022 program begins or in a single payment
Final payment will be required 1 month prior to SPP1 commencing