Learning sector ‘revisits’ NOS for coaching

The move by one of the UK’s standard setting bodies to revisit National Occupational Standards (NOS) for Coaching and Mentoring is receiving a mixed response from interested parties. The Learning and Skills Improvement Service (LSIS), the standard setting organisation for the lifelong learning sector, is reviewing the standards developed by the Employment National Training Organisation in 2006. It aims to ensure they reflect coaching and mentoring in lifelong learning, and meet the needs of those who deliver them. When the standards were first developed they attracted widespread criticism for their content and a lack of consultation in their development. Many […]

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