Accredited coaching training
NAWE in partnership with The Arvon Foundation
June and July 2012 - Six days including accreditation
Two Modules – 3 days each 27th, 28th, 29th June and 25th, 26th, 27th July 2012.
Free Word Centre
60 Farringdon Road
Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to become a coach for writers and professionals in the literature sector. This course was piloted last year to great acclaim. Many writers who have also been tutors and facilitators in their working lives are looking to extend their range of opportunities for earning a living. The new field of coaching on a one to one basis is ideal for experienced writers who enjoy working with other colleagues in the field, enabling them to flourish in their writing careers. This training package will also be suitable for those working in a further or higher educational settings to enhance work with students on an individual basis.
Find more information about the course content and accreditation here
Feedback from last year’s course:
Excellent and inspiring
I feel as though I have been given a master key to open and move through the many doors in my life.
The trainers were open and constructive and worked with the group in partnership. They gave practical examples to exemplify the work based on their considerable and successful coaching experience.
Deb Barnard has extensive experience working within the creative sector, combining artistic practice with arts/business management at a Senior Executive level. She is a coach for both NESTA and Clore Leadership Initiatives, and has pioneered a number of coaching training programmes, designed specifically for the creative industries. She currently works as a freelance Creative Consultant, Facilitator and Coach, specialising in working cultures, organisational and personal development and leadership practice.
Anne Caldwell is CPD manager for NAWE, a freelance writer and educator in university, schools and community settings. She has designed and run mentoring and coaching programmes for a number of leading literature organisations and became an accredited coach in 2008.
How to Apply
There are only 18 places available for this training opportunity so we suggest you send an application to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by post to Anne Caldwell, CPD manager, c/o NAWE, PO BOX 1, Sheriff Hutton, York, Y060
Closing Date: Monday 16th April 2012