Coaching path

The coaching path consists of three courses: I. From Teacher to Coach; II. Agile Development Methods; and III. Entrepreneurial Development, all of which are aimed at university staff.

From Teacher to Coach serves as an important foundation for developing your expertise as a coach. It is recommended to complete the training courses in order.

By completing the coaching path at Y-kampus, you can steer your working methods toward a more coaching-oriented approach and learn about entrepreneurial activities with your colleagues. The goal is to make the most of coaching and entrepreneurship’s potential to develop the working culture of the future.

The training will provide you with an overview of how coaching can be used in the context of education, instruction, training exercises, and leading a research team. The usefulness of the new skills is not tied to any one field. The education is based on engaging methods, such as dialog, constant information exchange, and using a variety of facilitating tools.

 

I. From teacher to coach (6 classroom days)

We can see the changes all around us to our everyday work triggered by factors such as globalization, entrepreneurial thinking, the aging of the population, and digitalization. Through the coach training at Y-kampus, you will be able to steer your working methods toward a more coaching-oriented approach and learn about entrepreneurial activities with your colleagues. The goal is to make the most of coaching and entrepreneurship’s potential to develop the working culture of the future.

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II. Agile development methods (6 classroom days)

In our rapidly changing world, varied development methods are a useful addition to expanding your own expertise. A nimble and agile approach is an excellent tool for work related to development and methods – the more environments that work with your methods, the better.

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III. Business development (8 classroom days, 4-6 hrs)

According to a study, up to 81% of high school students can see themselves becoming entrepreneurs in the future (Suomen lukiolaisten liitto 2011). What do we at higher education institutions need to do to nurture this enthusiasm, foster business skills, and boost young people’s confidence in their own capacity to become an entrepreneur?

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Additional information:

Leena Varis
leena.varis@tamk.fi
+358 (0)50 592 5105