Coaching School


The Coaching School is a CPD-accredited school founded in the UK by Pedagogue Dr. Süleyman Gümüşsoy.

This program enables individuals to train themselves and do coaching as a profession. It consists of 6 modules.

Since January 2012, Wisefull Coaching School has been providing training in 34 different countries of the world, including England, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, Belgium, Romania, Finland, India, Japan, Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Georgia, Ukraine, Kenya, Uganda, Nigeria, Iraq, Turkey.

The Coaching School, offers a broad perspective to its participants with a large number of international psychologists, pedagogues, educators, and supportive staff. Individuals involved in this school contribute to their professional and personal lives.


MODULE 1. Basic Coaching Skills

This training is the first step for individuals considering developing the "Coaching" model as a profession. Here the individual learns the terminology of coaching. Those who attend this training from other professional backgrounds will increase their life awareness by learning coaching skills.

With this training, the individual learns the coaching processes and develops a coaching model. Individuals from different fields gain the opportunity to apply new communication patterns in their lives with the skills they learn in training.

Module 1 outcomes

  • Discover their strengths and areas open to improvement through the mirror held up to them.
  • Set goals and make action plans in line with their priorities.
  • Learn the basics of professional coaching.
  • Develop leadership skills.
  • Gain awareness of personality types and adapt their communication skills accordingly.
  • The person realizes his/her potential.
  • Increases communication skills with effective listening techniques.
  • Prefer structuring instead of giving advice.
  • By asking quality questions, the individual gains approaches that encourage the individual to get rid of mental barriers and to think solution-oriented. 
  • It is ensured that the individual realizes his/her blind areas.
  • It helps the person to interact individually rather than using a template approach.


Instead of the clichés of people for work, the skills of developing work for people will be the innovations of your life.

The last twenty-five years, in which individual skills have come to the fore, have brought the need for communication to the agenda and made it compulsory to know the methods of getting to know oneself and one's interlocutors better.

In this module, 12 personality types will be discussed with coaching methods; while touching a person's life, the methods of setting goals by taking into account their individual characteristics and interests will be emphasized.

All the information provided in this module about personality and perception channels theory facilitates the identification of the strengths and weaknesses of the interlocutor in the coaching journey, moves individuals toward their goals, and creates motivation.

Individuals meet with training where they will find answers to the questions "Who am I?", "What are my personality traits?", "How am I perceived in my environment?".

Module 2. outcomes

What skills can you add to your life with this training?

  1. Ability to use coaching methods
  2. Identifying the points where powerful questions can be used to reveal the potential of the person
  3. Focusing on the behavior and producing solutions instead of focusing on the person and producing problems
  4. Recognize the difference between looking and seeing
  5. To be able to question your judgment fiction and queries
  6. Focusing on the behavior and producing solutions instead of focusing on the person and producing problems
  7. Experience the ease of personalized goals instead of generic professions and goals
  8. To be able to identify that differences in personality traits are integration, not separation

MODULE 3. Measurement and Evaluation Tools in Coaching

”Measurement leads to evaluation and development.”


  1. Learn how to conduct measurement and evaluation in coaching.
  2. It emphasizes what to pay attention to and the rules when conducting measurements and evaluations.
  3. An essential toolkit is obtained for coaching activities.
  4. Test interpretation knowledge of coaches is improved by working on cases.
  5. Coaching processes become measurable as the participants' knowledge of test applications increases.
  6. Flexibility to generate individual solutions to problems with test data is developed.
  7. Using the test results in the coaching process to improve the coach's communication and interaction is more manageable.
  8. By learning the Wheels application, the coach (the person receiving coaching) can clarify his/her goals.
  9. Coaches working with students will ask, "Does the student have exam anxiety?
  10. What is the type of motivation? Why do they use these behavior patterns? Find the answers to these questions.

What is the type of motivation? Why do they use these behavior patterns? Find the answers to these questions.

  1. 5 effective coaching practices are taught in order to get away from past thinking patterns.

MODULE 4. Holistic Coaching

“A coach is a leader, but first, he is a leader of himself/herself.“


  1. In this module, the individual discovers his/her potential, identifies his/her goals with team synergy, and gets involved in the development journey.
  2. The individual identifies the aspects that must be developed through coaching practices.
  3. Participants acquire a work program on the requirements of a professional coach image. This work program is followed in a group environment.
  4. Participants learn how to improve and adapt their communication patterns to life.
  5. The individual learns how to professionally display his/her professional equipment. "How should I introduce myself as an expert? What should I pay attention to when creating my image?" will be answered.
  6. The individual learns to acquire quality life habits to make his/her potential more effective.
  7. Smart goals are worked on, and awareness is gained on how individuals should plan on behalf of their goals.

MODULE 5: Coaching Supervision Intro

”The impact of the butterfly touch on life”


  1. Coaching processes are learned practically.
  2. Training on how the session should progress in coaching, which questions should be asked to help the coach to get rid of old thought patterns
  3. Analyzing how to adapt to various coaching profiles and learning how to make the sessions more fluid.
  4. The points to be considered in the development and change of the coach are studied
  5. Learn professional structuring techniques to encourage the coach to think solution-oriented rather than problem-oriented
  6. The ability to identify the conscious and unconscious critical gaps of the coach's problem is gained.
  7. Learn the cornerstones of child development, crisis ages, adolescent psychology, and how the parent's approach should be.
  8. The necessary inventories for coaching, called the "toolbox of coaching," are acquired.

MODULE 6. Coaching Supervision Pro

“Professionalism is in the details.”


1. Participants learn practically how to overcome the situations they experience in their coaching.

2. Casework will be done actively.

3. A Case Workshop is held with the cases from the participants accompanied by an expert. Case Workshop

a. Identification

b. Tehshis

c. Treatment

It moves in its trajectory.

4. In the case workshop, the initiative lies with the participants, and experts provide support as supervisors. Thus, professional feedback is given to the participants by observing their ability to find solutions to the cases and move the session forward.

5. During the coaching period (24 weeks), the topics that must be explained to the coaches are practiced.

6. In the last module, you will find the answers to the following questions

a. What should I pay attention to during the sessions?

b. What kind of homework should I give the coach to help him/her move towards his/her goal?

c. What practice should I do in which session?

d. What should be the official procedures in coaching (contract, remuneration, and payment)?

7. In coaching, you learn how to behave in unplanned crises.

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