Professional Certificate in Supervision

Gain the skills you need to facilitate real change in individuals and organisations with the Professional Certificate in Supervision.

Designed for coaching practitioners, our Professional Certificate in Supervision is an accredited part-time course that is normally taken over 12 months.

If you have substantial coaching experience and want to refine your supervision skills and reflective coaching practice for maximum impact, this programme may prove a good fit. It combines three residential workshops with online learning via a combination of videos, exercises, coaching supervision practice and 360-degree feedback.

The Professional Certificate in Supervision requires you to undertake 50 hours of coaching supervision practice alongside your studies.

Key benefits

For individuals

  • Maximise your coaching supervision skills and resilience
  • Refine your coaching supervision technique
  • Optimise your ability to develop individuals and groups
  • Understand and tackle the ways that assumptions block change
  • Improve the flexibility of your responses and model change for others

For businesses

  • Develop coaching capability and capacity within your organisation
  • Help coaching practitioners reflect on their practice
  • Monitor and uphold practice quality in your organisation
  • Encourage organisational learning

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