Professional Certificate in Supervision

This EMCC accredited programme in coaching supervision, is suitable for experienced executive coaches and mentors, who aim to be effective coaching supervisors.

The Professional Certificate in Supervision is a programme where you learn by doing.

You will engage in reflective practice throughout. You will be required to undertake coaching supervision during the course, and reflect on your learning. This will be supported by core content which will incorporate key supervision models and frameworks for working with individuals and groups. The approach adopted is one of an adult learning community and we aim to create a psychologically safe learning space where we can all learn together.

The programme is EMCC accredited and we are also working towards attaining ICF CCEU’s.

Key benefits

For individuals

  • Improve and expand your skills as a coaching supervisor
  • Learn how to employ new models of coaching supervision
  • Understand how to work with individuals and groups
  • Become more confident and capable as a supervisor
  • Build a network in coaching supervision

For businesses

  • Develop confident coaching supervisors with awareness of best and ethical practice
  • Understand how to monitor coaching practice quality

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