you interested in developing the coaching profession?
dramatic growth in the coaching world is now driving demand for a body
of coach supervisors.
Whilst achieving a recognised qualification plays a key part in establishing one’s credibility as a professional coach, being in an established and ongoing relationship with a professional supervisor is indicative of a coach’s commitment to their continuing professional development and best practice. It demonstrates to clients a desire to be an ethical, informed and reflective coach, and it promotes a rigorous professionalism within coaching itself. Having a named supervisor is even fast becoming a prerequisite for external coaches tendering for organisational work.
Coaching Development is delighted to be leading the profession in developing and supporting the critical role of coach supervisor with its Certificate in Coach Supervision, a coach training course designed to build a body of well-trained, informed supervisors who understand the ethics, responsibilities, practices and defining features of the coaching profession.
Certificate in Coach Supervision & Mentor Coaching
to trained and experienced coaches, our Certificate in Coach Supervision & Mentor Coaching coaching course is run over twelve days, taught in four three-day modules, and based in central London.
This training course introduces tried and tested theories and a variety of supervision models. It also offers many extensive opportunities for practice, reflection and integration – this programme is strongly experiential.
During the course of the supervision coaching training participants are expected to set up their own supervision practices and to bring issues arising from their practices to the training course days.
covered in the programme includes:
is and how it relates to coaching
and personality types
including power issues
and feedback skills
Ethical and legal
There are no formal course prerequisites, but we look for the following experience and qualities:
- considerable experience as coaches
- other professional experience
- a recognised coaching qualification
- an active coaching practice
- credibility, wisdom, self-knowledge and authenticity
- an active interest in developing other people and the profession
- a commitment to enhancing your own professional practice
| 2013 Training Course (Open for bookings)
||13 - 15 September 2013
||22 - 24 November 2013
||09 - 11 January 2014
||13 - 15 March 2014
||£3,500 + VAT (£4,200)
To apply: Please
send in your application
email to mailcoachingdevelopment.com
or by post**.
We will then contact you to arrange a telephone interview with one of our
trainers. If you have any questions please contact us by email as
above or on 0845 122 7200.
NOTE THAT ALL TRAINING DAYS ARE MANDATORY
AND YOU SHOULD BE SURE THAT YOU CAN ATTEND ALL 12 DAYS BEFORE SENDING IN
YOUR APPLICATION FORM.
form can be downloaded from the website but you will need to complete
this manually - you can then scan and return by email or send by post.
CoachingDevelopment Ltd, Unit 7 The Factory, 2 Acre Road, Kingston upon
Thames, Surrey KT2 6EF
Hilary is a PCC with the ICF. She coaches internationally and provides Coach Mentoring services for people wanting to obtain ACC or PCC credentials. As a Coach Supervisor she offers supervision for Internal and External coaches. She runs her own coaching practice, coaching a variety of clients from SME Executives to Managers & Executives in large multi-national organisations to members of the Civil Service She obtains results by challenging people to work on gaining clarity on what is really required by and of them.
Before co-training with Colin Brett on our Spring 2012 programme, Hilary had mentored on the Supervision and Mentor Coaching training.
Tracy is a PCC with the ICF. She runs her own professional development business and coaching practice which extends across a wide range of organisations and industries as well as private clients. Tracy works as a Mentor Coach with coaches working towards their ACC or PCC credentials. She also offers supervision to both new and experienced coaches as part of their on-going professional and personal growth. Tracy has mentored and undertaken observations on several occasions for Coaching Development on the Professional Coaching Skills programme as well being a speaker at one of their summer schools. Tracy is passionate about the transformational possibilities of coaching and believes in the immense benefit that mentor coaching and supervision offers to both the coach and the coaching profession.
The ICF has assessed this programme as providing 72 CCE units (72 hours of approved continuing coaching education). CCE hours are important in applications for an ICF credential or renewal of a credential.