ILM Level 5 Coaching & Mentoring

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Choose to start with the certificate to build towards the diploma in coaching or if you are a manager, leader or for internal/external coaches the ILM 5 diploma coaching with an extended period of coaching practise maybe better suited for you.

ILM Level 5 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring

Who are these qualifications for?

The Certificate and Diploma in Coaching and Mentoring are ideal qualifications for managers & leaders with significant responsibility for coaching and mentoring as part of their day-to-day role. They are also designed to develop learners planning to move into a development role or start a career as a freelance coach and mentor.

The ILM level 5 Certificate or Diploma in Coaching & Mentoring will arm managers and leaders in the workplace with new tools to be even more effective with motivating and developing individuals.

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Use core management techniques to drive better results

Get a critical understanding of the role and responsibilities of the workplace coach and mentor

Deepen your understanding of how coaching and mentoring can impact an organisation

Be able to assess your own skills, behaviours and knowledge as a coach and mentor

Provide evidence of your own development as a coach and mentor through this qualification

Plan your further development by specialising a coaching niche, for example Cognitive Behavioural Coaching, Clean Language or Neuro Coaching

Plan, deliver and review coaching and mentoring in your organisation.

Ensure the managers you develop as coaches or mentors are properly equipped with the skills, knowledge and ethical understanding they need

Develop a coaching and mentoring culture in your organisation, so that managers are able to provide effective support for the development of others and improve their performance.

Create an environment of openness, feedback and communication


This qualification is designed to provide clear, measurable benefits to career-minded professionals and can be customised to your development needs.

Progression Route

This ILM level 5 Certificate in Coaching & Mentoring allows flexible credit build and progression to:

ILM Level 5 Diploma in Coaching & Mentoring

ILM level 5 Diploma in Leadership & Management

ILM 7 Certificate in Coaching & Mentoring

ILM 7 Diploma in Executive Coaching & Mentoring


Programme Overview

There are three mandatory units in the ILM 5 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring. The first unit, ‘Understanding the skills, principles and practice of effective management coaching and mentoring’ aims to enable learners to understand the role and contribution of coaching and mentoring, and build a business case.

The second unit, ‘Reviewing own ability as a management coach or mentor’ aims to give learners the ability to critically review their own personal qualities, skills and competence.

For the Certificate, the third unit requires learners to demonstrate your ability to plan, deliver and review at least 12 hours of coaching and mentoring in the workplace. For the Diploma, the final unit is an extended 100 hours of coaching and mentoring, with multiple clients, and there is an added focus on using supervision and reflective review to develop individual practice. Programme overview details the combination rules of credits from each group from ILM.

Credit Value:        13

Delivery:              Blended delivery, including induction, 1:1 coaching, tutorial support & workshop interactions.

Programme to be completed within 1 year packed with hands-on experiential coaching and support, tutorials, 1:1 coaching, learning journal and ILM assessment to capture your action centred learning and continued professional development (CPD) .

We utilise the expertise of ILMA (Institute of Leadership & Managements full assessment service) which means your work will be reviewed and verified by some of the top quality assessors in the UK!

This ILM Level 5 Certificate in Coaching & Mentoring covers:

Define what coaching and mentoring is within the context of an organisation and explain the similarities and differences between coaching and mentoring

Identify potential individual, operational and organisational barriers to using coaching or mentoring and develop appropriate strategies for minimising or overcoming these

Present the case for using coaching or mentoring to benefit individuals and organisation performance

Understand the skills, behaviours, attitudes, beliefs and values of an effective coach or mentor

Critically explore the knowledge, skills, and behaviour of an effective coach or mentor

Analyse why coaches or mentors require effective communication skills

Review the responsibilities of the coach or mentor to manage relationships (including values and power) Understand the role of contracting and the process to effectively coach or mentor ad remain ethical and non-judgemental

Review a model or process which could be followed when formally coaching or mentoring

Analyse the rationale for and the characteristics of effective contracting within coaching or mentoring

Explain the necessity of exploring the expectations and boundaries of a coaching or mentoring programme with all stakeholders

Justify the rationale for supervision of coaches and mentors in practice

Understand the principles of effective coaching or mentoring in practice and how to evaluate benefits

Critically review the elements required for effective and integrated coaching or mentoring

Analyse how the benefits of coaching or mentoring should be evaluated

Coaching sessions with peers, colleagues or clients to allow experiential review and reflection.

Conduct an evidenced assessment analysis of your own ability as a coach and/or mentor relating to knowledge, skills and behaviours

Using this analysis critically review your strengths and weaknesses in relation to your skills, behaviours and knowledge as a coach or mentor

Critically review the coaching activity undertaken looking at the process, patterns and outcomes

Critically evaluate your own skills as a coach or mentor focussing particularly on your self-awareness, approach, communication skills, and relationship management

Discuss how you ensure your coaching or mentoring is ethical and non-judgemental

Provide evidence of reflecting on actual coaching or mentoring activity by using examples and evidence

Explain and reflect on the effectiveness of tutorial supervision

Provide evidence of how you have recorded and logged your own progress and development as a coach or mentor

Provide a linked and relevant plan for your future development for a minimum of the next twelve months


You will receive all of the support and guidance to achieve your outstanding ILM qualification run directly by PRO-tential Coaching


Programme cost:              £1800 (inc VAT)

Please email us at opencourses@pro-tential.co.uk or info@pro-tential.co.uk Or, if you prefer please do call us on 0843 289 1639


Funding Support

You may be eligible for funding through Skills Development Scotland (for companies with less than one hundred employees) please read about funding



ILM Level 5 Diploma in Coaching and Mentoring

Who are these qualifications for?

The ILM level 5 Diploma in Coaching and Mentoring are ideal qualifications for managers & leaders with significant responsibility for coaching and mentoring as part of their day-to-day role, which is probably most managers & leaders! They are also designed to develop learners planning to move into a development role or start a career as a freelance coach and mentor.

The ILM level 5 Diploma in Coaching & Mentoring will arm managers and leaders in the workplace with new tools to be even more effective with motivating and developing individuals. Your study and reflections will enhance your communication skills, stretch your mental agility and allow a stepping stone route with study credits to a BA in Coaching & Mentoring at university level for example.

If you have completed a ILM level 5 Certificate in Coaching & Mentoring you can top-up your credits to work towards ILM level 5 Diploma in Coaching & Mentoring. Please contact us to discuss.

Get a critical understanding of the role and responsibilities of the workplace coach and mentor

Deepen your understanding of how coaching and mentoring can impact an organisation

Be able to assess your own skills, behaviours and knowledge as a coach and mentor

Provide evidence of your own development as a coach and mentor through this qualification

Plan your further development by specialising a coaching niche, for example Cognitive Behavioural Coaching, Clean Language or Neuro Coaching

Plan, deliver and review an extensive programme of coaching and mentoring in your organisation.

Demonstrable continued professional development and leadership experience.

Ensure the managers and leaders you develop as coaches or mentors are properly equipped with the skills, knowledge and ethical understanding they need

Develop a coaching and mentoring culture in your organisation, so that managers are able to provide effective support for the development of others and improve their performance.

Create an environment of openness, feedback and communication

Highly motivated leaders honing their skills and abilities through coaching and mentoring.

This qualification is designed to provide clear, measurable benefits to career-minded professionals and can be customised to your development needs.


Progression Route

This ILM level 5 Diploma in Coaching & Mentoring allows flexible credit build and progression to:

ILM 7 Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring

ILM 7 Diploma in Executive Coaching and Mentoring

BA in Coaching & Mentoring


Programme Overview

There are three mandatory units in the ILM 5 Diploma in Coaching and Mentoring. The first unit, ‘Understanding the skills, principles and practice of effective management coaching and mentoring’ aims to enable learners to understand the role and contribution of coaching and mentoring, and build a business case.

The second unit, ‘Reviewing own ability as a management coach or mentor’ aims to give learners the ability to critically review their own personal qualities, skills and competence.

For the Diploma, the third unit requires learners to demonstrate your ability to plan, deliver and review at least 12 hours of coaching and mentoring in the workplace. For the ILM Level 5 Diploma in Coaching the final unit is an extended 100 hours of coaching and mentoring, with multiple clients, and there is an added focus on using supervision and reflective review to develop individual practice. Programme overview details the combination rules of credits from each group from ILM.

Credit Value:        37

Delivery:              Blended delivery, including induction, 1:1 coaching, tutorial support & workshop interactions.

Programme to be completed within 3 years packed with hands-on experiential coaching and support, tutorials, 1:1 coaching, learning journal and ILM assessment to capture your action centred learning and continued professional development (CPD).

We utilise the expertise of ILMA (Institute of Leadership & Managements full assessment service) which means your work will be reviewed and verified by some of the top quality assessors in the UK!

This ILM Level 5 Diploma in Coaching & Mentoring covers:

Define what coaching and mentoring is within the context of an organisation and explain the similarities and differences between coaching and mentoring

Identify potential individual, operational and organisational barriers to using coaching or mentoring and develop appropriate strategies for minimising or overcoming these

Present the case for using coaching or mentoring to benefit individuals and organisation performance

Understand the skills, behaviours, attitudes, beliefs and values of an effective coach or mentor

Critically explore the knowledge, skills, and behaviour of an effective coach or mentor

Analyse why coaches or mentors require effective communication skills

Review the responsibilities of the coach or mentor to manage relationships (including values and power) Understand the role of contracting and the process to effectively coach or mentor ad remain ethical and non-judgemental

Review a model or process which could be followed when formally coaching or mentoring

Analyse the rationale for and the characteristics of effective contracting within coaching or mentoring

Explain the necessity of exploring the expectations and boundaries of a coaching or mentoring programme with all stakeholders

Justify the rationale for supervision of coaches and mentors in practice

Understand the principles of effective coaching or mentoring in practice and how to evaluate benefits

Critically review the elements required for effective and integrated coaching or mentoring

Analyse how the benefits of coaching or mentoring should be evaluated

At least 100 hours of planned coaching sessions with peers, colleagues or clients to allow experiential review and reflection. This programme includes supervision from some of the top coaches in the UK.

Conduct an evidenced assessment analysis of your own ability as a coach and/or mentor relating to knowledge, skills and behaviours

Using this analysis critically review your strengths and weaknesses in relation to your skills, behaviours and knowledge as a coach or mentor

Critically review the coaching activity undertaken looking at the process, patterns and outcomes.

Critically evaluate your own skills as a coach or mentor focussing particularly on your self-awareness, approach, communication skills, and relationship management

Discuss how you ensure your coaching or mentoring is ethical and non-judgemental.

Provide evidence of reflecting on actual coaching or mentoring activity by using examples and evidence.

Explain and reflect on the effectiveness of tutorial supervision

Provide evidence of how you have recorded and logged your own progress and development as a coach or mentor.

Provide a linked and relevant plan for your future development for a minimum of the next twelve months.


You will receive all of the support and guidance to achieve your outstanding ILM qualification run directly by PRO-tential Coaching. Each module contains detailed written assessments, personal learning journal and reflective review.


Programme cost:              £2394 (inc VAT)

Please email us at opencourses@pro-tential.co.uk or info@pro-tential.co.uk Or, if you prefer please do call us on 0843 289 1639


Funding Support

You may be eligible for funding through Skills Development Scotland (for companies with less than one hundred employees) please read about funding