Discover our EMCC and ICF Accredited Coaching Supervision Course and Become a Qualified Supervisor
EMCC Accredited Diploma in Coaching Supervision
Whilst professional supervision has long been a necessity in counselling and psychotherapy, it has only recently begun to find a place in the field of coaching. However, this is changing and changing fast.
With the requirement for some form of supervision or mentoring by all the main professional bodies – the Association for Coaching, European Mentoring and Coaching Council and International Coach Federation – and with the growing influence of the Association of Coaching Supervisors, professional supervision is becoming less an option and more a necessity for coaches.
Yet there is a shortage of well-trained, competent and committed coach supervisors. Our aim is to develop excellent supervisors who can support the professional development of fellow coaches and related professions from mentoring, integrative therapy and training; all of which make huge demands of the practitioners emotionally, mentally and energetically.
If you want to contribute to the credibility of the coaching profession, support your fellow professionals in their development, and create your own supervision arm of your offering, then please take a moment to explore this advanced, experiential supervision programme.
How to Enrol
Joining the Diploma in Coaching Supervision is by application followed up by a conversation. This is to ensure that the course is right for you whilst also ensuring that you have sufficient experience of coaching to step in to the role of supervisor.
Applying is easy and painless. Simply click APPLY NOW and complete the fields on the online form. We’ll then call you for chat and make sure this is a good fit.
If you then decide to go ahead, we’ll take a deposit of £495 to secure your spot, agree your payment option for the balance and book you on to your chosen dates and location.
You’ll then be ready to begin your journey to train as a coaching supervisor.
Nick is an Accredited Master Coach with the Association for Coaching and a Professional Certified Coach with the ICF. He has been supervising coaches for over eight years and has a great ability to connect real issues to theoretical lenses that offer new and useful perspectives. In keeping with the nature of the programme, Nick takes an integrative and systemic view of coaching to see what the coach/client/context constellation is bringing up in whilst placing emphasis on here-and-now explorations of session recordings to draw out learning, areas for growth and an awareness of relational patterns.
Robert has been supervising for over five years with a particular focus on group and virtual supervision and supporting coaches through their first stages of learning. These areas present particular challenges and opportunities which Robert has mastered and will share on the diploma. In particular, Robert is highly-skilled in group supervision managing the ever-present risk of supervisee shame and feelings of inadequacy with the power of group support and the greater reflective base it provides. Robert will share his insights and methods for working in this rewarding area of work.