Join one of the world’s most fulfilling professions.
Life Coaching is a truly exciting and rewarding field. The practical knowledge and skills you’ll gain through this course will be applicable to all aspects of your life. Life Coaching can be utilised across most fields. It affords you numerous career opportunities, either employed or self−employed.
The Campus Diploma of Life Coaching will teach you to work with individuals and teams to improve their performance and assist them excel. The course integrates cutting-edge human performance research and strategies, preparing you to work in this highly desired and exciting field.
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|Unit #||Title||Benchmarked to|
|Unit 1||Work within a structured coaching framework||LCF401A|
Title: Work within a structured coaching framework
Life coaching is an incredibly rewarding profession. This unit provides you with an overview of life coaching. You will learn what coaching is, how it is structured, and the ethical issues that shape the work of coaches. You will also learn the ethical responsibilities and codes of practice associated with coaching.
Benchmarked to LCF401A
|Unit 2||Facilitate change through Life Coaching||LCC402A|
Title: Facilitate change through Life Coaching
As a life coach, you must work to create a facilitative coaching environment from your very first contact with a coachee and also work to maintain this facilitative environment throughout the coaching process. This unit is designed to provide you with an understanding of, and the ability to use, a life coaching model to help your coachee set and achieve goals. The Life Coaching model is introduced and the mechanisms for facilitating client change are covered. The process of Life Coaching is examined from initial contact with the client through to final session and case closure.
Benchmarked to LCC402A
|Unit 3||Apply communication processes in coaching interviews||LCC403A|
Title: Apply communication processes in coaching interviews
Effective communication is the heart of the coaching process. In a coach-coachee relationship, you, as the coach, must be competent and respectful in applying appropriate communication strategies and techniques. In this unit you will learn about the processes of communication and the skills that are required to effectively facilitate a coaching relationship. You will also explore potential communication barriers and ways to overcome them. Finally, you will learn about the stages of a coaching interview and the importance of various coaching documentation.
Benchmarked to LCC403A
|Unit 4||Examine cognitive approaches to Life Coaching||LCC404A|
Title: Examine cognitive approaches to Life Coaching
To be an effective life coach it is essential that you are able to apply an appropriate life coaching approach with each individual client. This unit introduces you to two cognitive approaches to life coaching – a neuro-linguistic programming approach and a cognitive behavioural approach. Both of these approaches to coaching focus on changing behaviours by changing cognitive processes. The strengths and limitations of each approach are considered and their suitability in meeting specific coachee needs is examined through application to a range of case study examples.
Benchmarked to LCC404A
|Unit 5||Examine contemporary approaches to Life Coaching||LCC405A|
Title: Examine contemporary approaches to Life Coaching
To be an effective life coach it is essential that you are able to apply an appropriate life coaching approach with each individual client. This unit introduces you to two cognitive approaches to life coaching – a narrative approach and a solution focused approach. The strengths and limitations of each approach are considered and their suitability in meeting specific coachee needs is examined through application to a range of case study examples.
Benchmarked to LCC405A
|Unit 6||Apply Neuro Linguistic Programming to Life Coaching||LCN501A|
Title: Apply Neuro Linguistic Programming to Life Coaching
Coaching with a neuro linguistic programming (NLP) approach helps coachees understand the ‘how’ and ‘why’ of their life experiences and provides tools for changing the way they think and behave. This unit focuses on the key concepts, techniques and applications of neuro linguistic programming that can be applied within coaching practice to facilitate coachee change. You will learn how to apply NLP techniques with success and confidence.
Benchmarked to LCN501A
|Unit 7||Apply the Narrative approach to Life Coaching||LCN502A|
Title: Apply the Narrative approach to Life Coaching
The narrative approach to Life Coaching assists the client 're-author' their life story to focus on the positives rather than the negatives. The approach is valuable in helping clients realise the many successes they have already achieved in their life, which is extremely useful in facilitating client change. This unit explores the application of narrative concepts in coaching practice. You will explore the major underlying principles of the narrative approach to coaching and learn how to apply these principles to coaching case study scenarios.
Benchmarked to LCN502A
|Unit 8||Apply the Solution Focused approach to Life Coaching||LCS503A|
Title: Apply the Solution Focused approach to Life Coaching
Solution focused techniques such as “the miracle question” and “scaling” can help clients become more self-aware, motivated and focused towards their goals. Due to the nature of coaching, the solution focused approach is highly relevant when working with clients. This unit explores the application of solution focused concepts in coaching practice. You will explore the underlying principles and techniques of solution-focused coaching and learn how to apply these within coaching practice.
Benchmarked to LCS503A
|Unit 9||Apply the Cognitive Behavioural approach to Life Coaching||LCC504A|
Title: Apply the Cognitive Behavioural approach to Life Coaching
Cognitive behavioural coaching (CBC) takes many of the fundamental theories from cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) - a widely used counselling approach that focuses on cognitive and behavioural strategies as the central components of therapeutic change - and applies them in a coaching context. The approach centres on altering thinking patterns and challenging cognitive distortions that interfere with clients achieving their goals and getting the most out of their lives. This unit explores the application of cognitive behavioural concepts in coaching practice. You will explore the key concepts, techniques, and practices of the cognitive behavioural approach to coaching and learn how these can be used to facilitate coachee change.
Benchmarked to LCC504A
|Unit 10||Apply specialist Life Coaching tools of the trade||LCT505A|
Title: Apply specialist Life Coaching tools of the trade
Coaching tools are practical exercises that coaches use with coachees, and are designed to facilitate the coaching process by getting the coachee thinking and taking action. This unit is designed to teach you how to develop and apply specialist coaching tools of the trade in order to facilitate coachee change. You will learn about some common tools and how you can adapt and develop tools for use with specific coachee needs. This hands-on unit will give you a head start in development of your coaching resources for your coaching service.
Benchmarked to LCT505A
|Unit 11||Manage own professional coaching development||LCD406A|
Title: Manage own professional coaching development
Evaluating, reflecting on and continually improving your services as a Coach is a necessary aspect of your coaching business. This unit is designed to encourage and inspire you to adopt a reflective practice approach to coaching. This means committing to ongoing professional development and sustaining a curiosity about people, yourself, and the world. In this unit you will explore the practices of self-awareness and self-care as they relate to coaching practice. You will also learn how to write a professional development plan. It is our hope that this unit sparks the beginning of a life-long journey of continual learning, self-understanding, and reflective coaching practice.
Benchmarked to LCD406A
|Unit 12||Develop a micro business proposal||BSBSMB302A|
Title: Develop a micro business proposal
Whether your idea is to set up your first coaching practice, expand an existing practice, introduce a new idea into your workplace, or take advantage of a business opportunity that someone else has proposed to you, it is essential for you to start by determining, as far as possible, whether the business idea has a good chance of success. This unit describes the steps involved in assessing the feasibility of a business opportunity and developing a micro business proposal. Throughout this unit you will examine your own entrepreneurial attitudes and behaviours, learn to analyse business opportunities in relation to your needs and commitments, and identify and assess the risks associated with a business opportunity. You will also learn how to develop a detailed business proposal as well as how to determine the most appropriate method of presentation of the business proposal for different stakeholders.
Benchmarked to BSBSMB302A
|Unit 13||Manage legal and risk management requirements of a life coaching business||LCL506A|
Title: Manage legal and risk management requirements of a life coaching business
When starting your own life coaching practice you need to be aware of relevant laws and regulations surrounding your business. The unit relates to managing the ongoing legal and risk management requirements of a life coaching business. Changes to regulatory, legal, taxation and insurance requirements, and risk management needs of a life coaching business are addressed. The laws and regulations discussed throughout this unit are relevant to Australia.
Benchmarked to LCL506A
|Unit 14||Manage life coaching business planning and operations||LCB507A|
Title: Manage life coaching business planning and operations
Poor strategic management is the most common reason why businesses fail. Many small business failures can be prevented with adequate management of ongoing business planning and strategic operations. The purpose of this unit is to teach you how to evaluate business plans, update business plans, and implement revised business plan strategies. Knowing how to evaluate, review, and update your business plan will help you to better manage your business and will heighten its chance of success.
Benchmarked to LCB507A
|Unit 15||Market the small business||BSBSMB403A|
Title: Market the small business
Your marketing strategy outlines how you are going to attract and maintain customers. Marketing is not just about advertising and selling your services; it is much more than that. You need to clearly identify the service you wish to provide; research and understand the target market; and determine the needs and preferences of your clients. You can then develop a strategy to “sell” your services through advertising and other promotional activities. This unit covers the development and implementation of marketing strategies and the monitoring and improvement of market performance. Its context is micro or small businesses or departments within a larger organisation.
Benchmarked to BSBSMB403A
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