The purpose of the learning is to coach people with disabilities in terms of personal, family, work and training, emotional, medical, motivational and social dynamics which could impact on their development. Credited learners can ensure that people with disabilities can compete in the open labour market by facilitating their successful participation in organisation, the economy and society.
Coaching is a transferable competence, and credited learners can apply this not only in the area of vocational equity practice, but also in other related areas such as education, training and development practice.
Coaching people with disabilities is one of the most important factors in ensuring their economic and social participation, thus improving their chances of successful employment. Disability employment practice also benefits from coaching competence by ensuring that disclosure and confidentiality principles are upheld.
Credited learners are capable of: