Developed by Swinburne educators with over 30 years of combined industry experience (both learned and lived, and of the NDIS), and post graduate coaching qualifications, our Recovery Coaching short course is delivered online in an active and participatory format via webcam and microphone (learnings from this Short Course will be maximised with active participation from each student). The instructor lead online training sessions provide the opportunity for you to bring your own experience and knowledge to share as you reflect, refine and practice specialist recovery coaching skills.
On registration, you will be provided with access to the Swinburne Learning Management System (Canvas) to attend live, online and participatory group training sessions and access extensive resources.
Guided by the new NDIS Guidelines for Psychosocial Recovery Coaching, this live online short course includes topics such as Recovery Orientated Practice, strengths based, collaborative and trauma-informed care. It also includes essential knowledge about NDIS language and plans, and how to marry these with Recovery Plans, alongside real world case studies. Uniquely however, the short course also focuses on the theory and practice of coaching skills and how these can be applied ‘skilfully’ to recovery practice.
Participants will continue to develop their coaching skills through involvement with their training peers, using a peer coaching model to practice coaching skills and create a Recovery Coaching Community of Practice.
Through the Recovery Coaching Community of Practice and Discussion forum, you will be able to practice and refine your professional coaching skills with your training group peers and participate in Reflective Practice with a like-minded group of professionals.