Sep 25, 2023  
2023-2024 Catalog 
2023-2024 Catalog

EDU 202 - Engagement Coaching Course II: Expand

3 credit hours - 45 hours lecture total; one term.
Examine new strategies to assist clients in expanding their perspectives and designing actions to move the client forward. Deepen and build on the foundational learning from Course I: Engage including essential coaching skills, International Coach Federation’s (ICF) core competencies, and ethical coaching guidelines. Apply the components of the coaching agreement to design meaningful relationships with coaching clients.

Prerequisite(s): EDU 201  with a grade of C or better or permission of department chair.

Note: For participants interested in becoming a certified coach, this 3-credit course fulfills the second course requirement of the 60-hour coach-specific training requirement for the Associate Certified Coach (ACC) ACSTH pathway. To become a certified coach, the participant must complete EDU 201 , EDU 202 and EDU 203   and then fulfill the additional requirements stated by the International Coach Federation. Typically offered OL; fall and spring terms.

Course Outcomes:
Upon completion of this course, the participant will be trained in the ICF Core Competencies and will be able to:

  1. Examine perspectives and alternative possibilities for overcoming obstacles
  2. Apply strengths-based coaching to a client in order to identify strengths and help a client realize their full potential
  3. Demonstrate the components of a coaching agreement and capacity to design co-creative relationships
  4. Apply coaching tools and activities such as visualizations and sage identification to coaching situations
  5. Demonstrate and deepen essential coaching skills such as reframing, awareness of resonance, metaphor use, and inquiry
  6. Apply a written feedback tool to coaching situations
  7. Identify a client’s stake and its relationship to achieving the intended impact
  8. Identify a variety of actions clients can take to create on-going learning for themselves
  9. Use planning, goal-setting, and accountability to deepen a client’s responsibility to take action.
  10. Examine ethical guidelines and professional standards that apply to all coaching situations