I have been coaching students, alumni, and other professionals since 1995 and have spent more than 250 years coaching in different fields, including accounting, criminal law, law enforcement, psychology, physical therapy, and more. I teach in my private practice, in the City of Toronto and surrounding areas.
Are there any specific areas that I teach in?
There have been many questions on how I teach, but it’s mostly about the concepts that I emphasize and the approach that I offer to my clients. This is one of the main things that I teach in my private practice.
Do I know all about coaching careers?
Yes, here are some of the areas in which you’ll find me that I will specifically address.
What areas of my teaching do clients need to know to succeed and how do I tailor my coursework to suit them?
I will cover the most important aspects of teaching career coaching that your client needs to know. Not everything is necessary on day one. Here are some areas I’ll cover:
What skills would you like to include in your coaching? What should they be?
What role and career would you like to help people pursue? How do they choose between a variety of careers?
What career areas you wish to address? What do you look for at this point that leads people to take an interest in coaching?
When would you like your students to start learning about careers after earning their B.S. and B.A.?
When would you like your students to come back to work?
How do I prepare students for career coaching (such as by providing them with sample resume templates)?
What are the top areas that you will focus on during the course?
What are the top areas your clients need to know? What should they know in order to successfully find their career?
There are many more areas, but I’d recommend reading over the topic and working through the resources available to you. It may take time, but eventually you will learn everything you need to teach career coaching.
What qualifications or experience do I need to teach in my career field?
Many of the key skills that you might need to know when teaching are:
A bachelor’s degree or equivalent qualification or experience in the area you teach
Experience teaching leadership/management (or how to train) in the workplace
Interests and skills in leadership, management, or a related field such as business, law
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