Coaching Skills for OT’s Online Course

Ecourse: Coaching Skills for OTs : 6 modules of videos, resources and information

Coaching is a powerful approach to working with individuals and groups.

It enables people to work towards what they want rather than what they don’t want. It is being fast recognized as the “missing link” in helping people to change health beliefs, raise self efficacy and develop sustainable plans.

This ecourse is aimed at Occupational Therapists who want to explore coaching and consider using it as part of their professional “tool kit”. It aims to provide some practical tools and methods of practice. It will show how coaching not only benefits our clients, but also supports our own personal development.

E-course outcomes : At the end of the course, participants will have:

  • Identified and understood the fundamental processes involved in coaching including opportunity to use and experience some coaching tools
  • Understood the barriers to coaching
  • Explored possible applications of coaching within OT
  • Tools and techniques to use with service users, patients and other people they work with
  • Gained the personal benefits from participation including increased self awareness of values, strengths etc

This is an open access course which can be started at any time and worked through at your own pace.  There is approximately 18 hours of learning involved combining reading, watching videos and a variety of exercises.

CPD Certificate available after you submit short reflective piece on how the course has effected you personally and how how you feel it can assist you with your OT work.

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” Huge benefits. Great for OT’s who are intrigued by coaching. Lots of material &  food for thought” 

“A very refreshing and lively opportunity to dip my toes into a new way of thinking! The Coaching Skills for OTs has already proved invaluable and I have been able to transfer learning directly into the workplace. It will build confidence in OTs at all levels and in all clinical settings. I highly recommend it!’ Maureen Grove