Spectrum Trainers Training
Delegates who attend Trainers Training want to increase their understanding of how Spectrum is delivered in varying environments and have a desire to train and certify others in its use to the level of all Coach and Practitioner awards.
Those who get the most from Spectrum Trainers Training refresh their knowledge, skills and attitudes with regards to Spectrum Performance/Emotional Coach and the Spectrum Practitioner award.
These will also be delivered as part of the programme to allow preparation for delivery and compilation of a master training manual.
This is a 10 day programme and the minimum standards for this programme are as follows:
Certified Training by Spectrum Affliates Ltd
Home Study: 120 Hours.
Test Paper: 3 hours.
Contact Training Time: 80 Hours.
Prove practice by delivery of programme monitored and externally validated by Spectrum Affiliates Ltd.
Satisfactory demonstration of the following behavioural competencies:
All behavioural skills at Performance Coach and Advanced Practitioner level, with the ability to do any and all advanced practitioner techniques simultaneously both overtly and covertly.
Ability to demonstrate the behaviour of what one is teaching and to teach what one is doing and to act as a model of excellence and best practice.
Demonstration of Presentation and Teaching skills.
Demonstration of a personal style, and artistry indicating that the new trainer is integrating skills into his/her own behaviours.
On completion of the programme the Trainer will be able to demonstrate the relevant level of competence in:
The Performance Coach in action.
Take a detailed personal history of the Coachee.
Conduct a risk assessment.
Establish a behavioural baseline for change or referral.
Determine which interventions are suitable for change.
Use of quantum linguistics for change.
Questions for change.
Create transformational metaphors for change.
The nine steps for change.
Carry out a one to one session creating personal change using the interventions within the award.
Work with persons values.
The language of influence.
The constructs of personality in language.
Seek peer review and mentorship for professional development.
Work within the limitations of the award.
Establishing/Renewing Permission and Rapport.
Measuring sensory responses.
Forming the Coach to Coachee relationship.
Working within professional boundaries.
The ethics of Coaching.
The concept of dissonance.
Establishing a baseline measurement.
Determining the Coachee level of need.
The Bio/Psycho/Social Model.
Bypassing critical resistance within the Coachee.
The components of performance.
The principles of ownership.
The internal compass.
Coachee motivation and focus.
The hurdles of performance.
Triggers, Drivers and Behaviours.
Changing a negative mindset.
Measuring Coachee progress.
Creating meaningful goals.
Anchoring the future.
Use of feedback for focus and motivation.
What does the Trainer need to prepare for the training?
One of the MAJOR things the Trainer will be doing on this training will be presenting Spectrum Coach and Practitioner supporting topics.
Part of the evaluation is being assessed on two pre prepared presentations on Spectrum and the supporting topics of choice. These two presentations will be prepared, honed and refined throughout the training and the Trainer will need them ready for day two of the training, they will act as the model for all of the other topics .
The second part of the evaluation will be for the Trainer to present a topic of the Master Trainers Choice at short notice. In other words here we are assessing whether the Trainer can plan and deliver Spectrum topics to a set of specific requirements.
The Trainer should be fully conversant and skills in all of the topics related to Spectrum awards as these will form the content of the training.
The programme is designed to get you to be successful and skilled in the delivery of this powerful system for change.
You will receive detailed direction on exactly what to prepare ahead of the training when you commit to it.