Formação em Profissional Coaching

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Coaching nos Tatames

O Coach no Mercado

É visto como um profissional valoroso e de alta contribuição pessoal e empresarial.

A melhor forma de você transformar o seu futuro é criá-lo.

Propósitos

Será apresentada a história do coaching, suas teorias, a linha do tempo de evolução. Abordando a definição dos propósitos pessoais e profissionais.

Estabelecimento de Metas

Você vai aprender a definição de metas; Como construir um relacionamento de confiança com seu cliente e práticas de ferramentas.

Analista Comportamental Disc

Um analista DISC é capaz de emitir a devolutiva abordando as diferentes dimensões comportamentais visando a potencialização dos clientes. É muito eficaz para as sessões de coaching, recrutamento e seleção de pessoas e outras aplicações em RH.

Estratégia para Atendimento de Clientes

Ferramentas práticas para captação, atendimento e encantamento dos clientes.

Juliana Holanda Coach

Os Benefícios do Coaching

Após a sua formação você será habilitado a atuar como coach, podendo desenvolver atendimentos individuais, em grupos ou crescer na empresa que você já trabalha independente do segmento. Sua capacidade de comunicação, desenvolvimento de estratégias e visão a médio prazo serão explorados e melhor potencializados.

  • METAS: Definição clara de metas, identificando realmente o que você deseja.

  • PLANEJAMENTO: Criar ações possíveis com datas e prazos. Você vai aprender como chegar na meta desejada.

  • CRESCIMENTO: Foco na solução, criando oportunidades de desenvolvimento em todas as áreas da sua vida.

  • DISC: Com essa certificação você poderá atuar em qualquer lugar do mundo atendendo empresas e clientes.

Master Trainer Coach, Formada em PNL. Possui mais de 7 mil horas de atendimento como Coach. É habilitada internacionalmente como Business Coach, é discente de Anthony Robbins. Já atuou em grandes empresas multinacionais. Atualmente atende clientes em diversos Estados Brasileiros e também nos Estados Unidos e Canadá.

Próximas Turmas

Coach Profissional - Turma 10 

1º Módulo: 27e 28 de Março de 2021
2º Módulo: 24 e 25 de Abril de 2021
3º Módulo: 29 e 30 de Maio de 2021
4º Módulo: 13 e 14 de Junho de 2021
*As datas poderão ser alteradas

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Why should I study at NZIST?


NZIST has earned a reputation over many years of offering high-quality classes taught by experienced, dedicated teachers. Our teachers recognise that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to teaching English and that every student has a language-learning style. In our classes, students use grammar in a practical way and learn vocabulary that they can immediately utilise in their daily lives. As a result, students strengthen their reading and listening comprehension skills and the outside world becomes an easier place to navigate. At our school, communication is key. Students can expect to improve the clarity of their written expression and most importantly, develop the tools to speak confidently and with clearer pronunciation. Our school has a welcoming atmosphere. Past students often stop by to visit their former teachers and counsellors, recommend us to their friends and family and tell us again and again how learning English at NZIST has enriched their lives.




Where is NZIST?


We are located on Albert Street near the corner of Victoria Street, just down the road from the iconic Auckland Skytower.




I'm not sure what my English level is. Which class should I  study in?


We will give you a placement test on your Orientation Day and then put you in an appropriate level based on your test result.




Can I try a class before I decide to enrol?


Yes you can. We offer a FREE placement test and a FREE trial lesson, where you can meet your future teacher and classmates and experience our classes for yourself. We welcome all students from the age of 14 and above.




What should I bring in order to enrol at NZIST?


If you are coming to NZIST to enrol in person, please bring your passport, a valid visa (if you have one already), a couple of passport-size photos, $120 cash for your textbook deposit and workbook, pens and notebooks. If you already have it, please also bring your travel and medical insurance which should cover the duration of your course and meet NZQA Code of Practice requirements. If you don't have insurance, our helpful Student Services staff will help you to arrange some. You can also enrol online: Simply download our Enrolment Form, complete it and email it to us (info@nzist.ac.nz) together with a copy of your passport, a valid visa (if you have one already) and a digital photo. When we receive your email, we will work out our Offer of Place and Invoice and send to you so you can go ahead to apply for your visa (if you don't have a valid visa yet).




Can I start my course any time?


There's no need to wait - you can start studying with us any Monday.




What time does school start and finish each day?


School starts at 9:20 am and finishes at 1:40 pm with two 10-minute breaks at approximately 10:40 and 12:10. Our counsellors will remind you about class times on your Orientation Day. You will have the same teacher for the entire session and will be expected to complete homework every day. Our class times also suit parents and grandparents who need to drop off and pick up school-age children.




How long does it take to finish one language level?


Generally our students stay in their class level for about twelve weeks, which amounts to one full cycle of the class textbook. There are progress tests every six weeks to monitor and evaluate student achievement.




What kind of activities does NZIST offer?


Our students regularly go on class trips and take advantage of the diverse range of cultural, tourist and sporting activities that Auckland has to offer. For any activity off campus, there will be at least one NZIST staff member accompanying the group. Some activities are free while you may need to pay for others.




Can I work while studying at NZIST?


You can work if you have a Working Holiday Visa or a Work Visa. If you hold a Student Visa and are enrolled in a programme at NZIST for more than six months, you can also be granted a 20-hour per week work permit, if you have an IELTS score of 5.0 or above. You cannot work on a Visitor Visa. Please refer to Immigration New Zealand's website www.immigration.govt.nz for more information.




How do I apply for an IRD tax number so that I can work?


Everyone earning an income in New Zealand needs an IRD number. This is a unique number given to you by Inland Revenue (NZ's Tax Department). You can download the form to apply for an IRD number from the IRD website http://www.ird.govt.nz




How can I find accommodation in Auckland?


If you are arriving from overseas, we can easily organise a homestay for you. Once you have received your visa and booked your flights, please email us at info@nzist.ac.nz and we will make all the necessary arrangements. A $200 homestay placement fee applies. If you are over 18 and wish to move out of your homestay and live independently, you must give your homestay family at least two weeks' notice of your intention to do so. Our Student Services team can also advise you on finding suitable rental accommodation. You can also check out rental properties at www.trademe.co.nz and www.realestate.co.nz. There is also further information about accommodation for international students in Auckland here: http://www.aucklandnz.com/study-work-and-live




Can I change my homestay if I am feeling uncomfortable where I am?


Yes you can. Please tell our Homestay Coordinator about your situation and a new homestay will be arranged for you. You may need to wait for two weeks while we find a new family for you to live with. However, if it is a matter of urgency, the change will be made immediately.




How much is the average cost of renting in Auckland?


The cost of renting a room in Auckland can be as low as $160 or as high as $300 per week, depending on its location, facilities and condition. You will need to pay a bond - usually two weeks rent - just in case you cause any damage, and you will pay about two weeks rent in advance before you move in. Tip: it is a good idea to take photos of your room and the flat before you move in, so you will have evidence of any pre-existing damage.




Can I use my mobile phone in New Zealand?


Yes, if you buy a New Zealand SIM card when you arrive, you can use your phone. Make sure your phone is unlocked before you leave your home country.