Postgraduate Courses
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Graduate Certificate in Business Coaching

Testamur Title of Degree:

Graduate Certificate in Business Coaching



My University:

Coaching, Business, Management


1 year part-time

Total Credit Points:



Innovation Campus (Wollongong), Sydney

Delivery Mode:

On Campus (Face-to-Face)

Starting Session(s):

Trimester 1

UOW Course Code:





The Graduate Certificate in Business Coaching gives students a foundation in business coaching and the opportunity to develop their coaching skills.

The focus of the Graduate Certificate is to apply coaching methodologies to business contexts and develop skills such as effective questioning, listening, goal setting and giving feedback.

Entry Requirements

Applicants must have a relevant professional qualification (minimum 2 years full-time study) along with at least two years relevant professional work experience.

International applicants must also meet the University's English Language requirements as set out at

Course Requirements

Candidates are required to complete four (4) subjects (24 credit points) as listed below:

Course Program

Core Subjects

Credit Points

TBS 963

Introduction to Business Coaching


TBS 964

Applied Coaching Practice


TBS 969

Positive Psychology in Business


TBS 965

Advanced Coaching Skills


Credit Arrangements

Upon successful completion of the Graduate Certificate in Business Coaching, students may articulate in to the Master of Business Coaching with credit for subjects completed under the Graduate Certificate. Candidates should consult the Program Director for further information.

Other Information

All applicants will be required to attend an interview conducted by the Sydney Business School.

Additional information is available from or contact the Program Director

Last reviewed: 6 February, 2013