The next RQi™ Practitioner course takes place on 22 - 23 Feb 2024 online. To reserve your place, use the Book Now button.
Day 1: 09:30 - 16:00
Day 2: 09:30 - 16:00
This course is for experienced coaches, occupational psychologists and L&D consultants who want to use the RQi™ in one-to-one coaching sessions with their clients.
There are four steps involved in the RQi™ Practitioner course as follows:
1. Distance Learning
This requires completion of two e-learning modules and your own RQi™ questionnaire at: www.myrqi.com. Time = 1 ½ hours.
The group workshops take place over two consecutive days via video conference (Zoom). After these sessions you'll be able to (1) describe how the RQi was designed and tested (2) explain what high scores and low scores mean in behavioural terms, and (3) coach clients in making changes for greater resilience and wellbeing. There's also a half-day follow-up session to complete the practice coaching in pairs; the dates/times are flexible and chosen by delegates. Time = 2 days.
3. Practice Coaching
After the group workshops, participants are required to complete three practice coaching sessions (with family, friends and/or colleagues) in their own time. We can also allocate you practice coachees from within our network. Time = approx. ½ day
4. Online Assessment
This is a multiple-choice and scenarios-based assessment designed to test knowledge of the RQi™ and the client feedback process. The pass mark is 75%. Time = 30 min.
Fee, Terms and Conditions: There is a maximum of 8 places available on a first-come, first-served basis. The standard fee is £1,400 / $1,700 per person*. This includes all support materials and a customisable area on the RQi portal to administer questionnaires and distribute reports to customers. 50% of the course fee is payable upfront at time of booking and 50% is payable 28 days after the group sessions. The attendance fee will only be refunded if notification of cancellation is received at least five working days before the course date.
Entry Requirements: Participants must have at least one of the following: (1) significant coaching experience in a professional context (either as an independent consultant or internal performance coach); (2) a recognised coaching qualification (for example a course accredited by the International Coach Federation); (3) BPS Test User (occupational) and/or Specialist in Test Use qualifications; or (4) completion of Kirros’ Core Coaching Skills course.