Hone your knowledge and skills to support colleagues’ personal and professional growth in the workplace, ultimately to become a highly proficient professional coach and mentor. The 2023 Complete University Guide ranks Roehampton 2nd in London for research quality in Education.
1 year (part-time)
Approximately 60 hours' teaching, principally evenings and Saturdays
Number of Credits
Ideal for Professional Co-ordinating Mentors (PCMs), particularly in light of the forthcoming introduction of the Early Career Framework.
Acquire the ability to anticipate and manage conflicts of interest and ethical dilemmas.
Develop the knowledge and skills to support colleagues' personal and professional growth in the workplace.
Learn to bring a solutions-focused approach to your work.
Transform relationships as a result of your new skillset.
How to apply
- September 2024 entry: apply using our direct application form.
- Check our application deadlines
- View our entry requirements for postgraduate programmes
- View our general entry criteria and application FAQs below
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Please note that most international applicants have to pay a deposit before securing their place.
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Specific Entry Requirements
Candidates must have at least 2 years' experience in an education setting. Candidates must have either QTS/QTLS/EYPS or EYTS.
All candidates must be in a position to engage in practical coaching and/or mentoring during the summer term of the course. Should your employment position change before or during the course the University is not in a position to secure placements for you to undertake the practical coaching/mentoring.
Candidates must include a written statement in the application in which they state what their job title will be on entering the course and what they hope to achieve from the course.