Why should I choose MalCPD as a provider?

Mal has been quality assured by three separate organisations: 1. The Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM) 2. CPDBee - A Teach First innovation partner: an online marketplace for CPD 3. The Society of Education Consultants (SEC) Before becoming a recognised provider for these organisations, Mal's courses have been rigorously scrutinised in these areas: a) Design and delivery of my programmes b) How I measure impact c) References from up to 5 clients - Head Teachers and CEOs who would recommend my services to a fellow Head Teacher/CEO d) The SEC also expects at least three evaluations from clients in a year to continue to be an accredited member of the organisation.

What are your training delivery options?

Online Courses

  • These courses are via zoom either 1:1 or in a group.
  • I use breakout rooms and mentimeter to ensure the courses are still interactive.
  • The advantages are you can attend from the comfort of your home.
In-house Courses
  • In house course are courses that are held at a venue, organised by you, the customer.
  • That could be on your own place of work, maybe in the boardroom or training room. Or it could mean at a local venue arranged by yourselves.
  • The advantages of having an in-house, on site (i.e. in your boardroom) course is the reduction of cost, but you run the risk of interruptions.
  • The advantage of having an in-house, but off site course (i.e a local venue), is that the delegates can fully focus on the course without interruptions, but the cost could be higher.
Open Courses - MalCPD Event
  • Open courses are courses where you send your delegates to MalCPD training events that take place in Bournemouth.
  • The advantage of the open courses is the flexibility of numbers of delegates that you send, and when you send them (not all on the same day).
  • The full focus of your delegates on the course material and training.
  • The delegates will learn from other delegates from other organisations, who will be seeking similar guidance and help.

What does an ILM Recognised Certificate mean?

Because some leaders and managers may not wish to do one of the many formal ILM qualifications, which typically has a significant amount of written work, the ILM has a ‘Recognised’ programme. This means that ILM Approved Centres can deliver management courses which the ILM have checked are of a suitable standard.

Who are the Institute of Leadership & Management?

The Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM) is the UK and Europe's leading provider of leadership, coaching and management qualifications and training. ILM have been part of the City & Guilds Group since November 2001, providing qualifications for learners in the UK and internationally.

Why should I attend one of MalCPDs ILM coach training courses?

  • You will learn excellent coaching skills and gain recognition that are internationally-recognised, which will improve your coaching and management capabilities.
  • Because MalCPD is an ILM Recognised Centre, you know you will receive high-quality training.
  • I am an experienced coach and a former Senior Leader in schools. I bring a wealth of practical leadership experience to your coach training.

What are your pricings?

Twilights (1.5 hours) from £250

  • Half days from £450
  • Full days from £800
ILM Recognised Courses - In-house (at your organisation)
  • An Introduction to Coaching Skills from £850 plus £60 per person for ILM certification
  • Essential Coaching Skills for School Leaders from £1750 plus £60per person for ILM certification
ILM Recognised courses - MalCPD Event (at a MalCPD venue)
  • An Introduction to Coaching Skills from £275 per delegate - includes ILM certification, £225 for second delegate
  • Essential Coaching Skills for School Leaders from £549 per delegate - includes ILM certification, £499 for second delegate.
All prices exclude travel and expenses.