Our Coaching Model

The Regent London coaching model:

Step 1: Visualise

You will be encouraged to think carefully about yourself in the future, as a confident and fluent speaker of English. Your coach will encourage you to describe yourself in as much detail as possible, focusing on questions such as ‘Why are you learning English?’, ‘What is your ultimate goal?’, ‘What will you be able to do that you couldn’t do before?’, ‘What new opportunities will you have?’.


Step 2: Set Goals

Once you have a clear picture of your future target, your coach will help you to set clear goals for yourself. In this step, we are focusing on what you need to achieve in English in order to eventually reach this target. These goals can be anything, from achieving a 6.5 in IELTS in order to join an English university course to gaining the confidence and fluency to stand in front of a room full of people and give a presentation.

Step 3: Overcome Obstacles

Together with your coach, you will look at any obstacles that are standing in the way of you reaching your ultimate target. This exercise is designed to really help you to understand the areas of English that need more attention. This will also allow your coach to set you attainable goals that are specifically related to you and your individual needs and learning style.


Step 4: Action Plan

Once you know the obstacles that are preventing you from reaching your ultimate target, your coach will help you determine small steps that you can take each week in order to overcomes these obstacles. These steps could be taking the time to read and analyse the newspaper every day, working on specific pronunciation points or simply pushing yourself to speak English each day outside of your lessons.

Step 5: Outcomes

These coaching sessions are designed to help you during and after your course. They will allow you to establish and improve the areas of English that need the most attention and make sure you achieve your goals with Regent London. We want to give you the skills to set and evaluate your own learning, so you can continue improving your English long after the end of your course.


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