Successfully completing the course
To successfully gain the Certificate in Coaching Supervision you will need to complete each of the course elements:
- Workshops and webinars if you miss a session you will be at a significant disadvantage. Therefore, you are expected to attend all workshops and webinars. If you miss 1 – 3 webinars you may watch the recordings. However, if you do miss more than 3 webinars you will not be able to complete the course.
- Working with supervisees you must complete 9 hours with supervisees
- Working with a supervisor you must complete 4 hours with your supervisor
- Working in a practice triad you must attend all triad sessions, minimum 4 x 2 hr sessions (8 hours). You will be a a significant disadvantage if you do not take the opportunity to put the learning into practice.
- Written work There are three pieces of written work that must be completed to successfully gain the Certificate in Coaching Supervision:
- Pre-course assignment due 20 January 2020
- Mid-course assignment due 26 April 2020
- Final assignment due 15 June 2020
More information about the topics will be given when you enrol on the course. These will all be reflective pieces, not academic writing. As this is an intensive course, you must meet hand-in deadlines if you wish to successfully complete the course.
- Observed practice During w/c 8 June 2020 everyone will engage in a compulsory observed practice session.
Beyond the weekly texts offered in relation to webinar content, there is no further required reading for the Certificate level, however, there is an optional reading list. Further reading will be required for those continuing onto the Diploma level.
A series of Chapters and Books will be offered as the basis of a Book Club. The Book Club is voluntary and open to participants who have signed up to the course. The Book Club begins before the course and will be managed and self-facilitated by participants. It is a space to connect with each other ahead of the course, explore relevant material, move into the spirit of supervision as a distinct practice.
Jo has been immersed in the field of supervision for over 25 years. She is active in professional dialogue within UK and international coaching forums; and has been a regular contributor to professional journals. Jo currently leads training programmes in Coaching Supervision in Russia, UK, Asia Pacific and is Director of the International Centre for Reflective Practice.
As an experienced Executive Coach, Jo works internationally with C-suite clients. She is currently exploring culture in supervision and researching the advance practice of ‘supervision of supervision’. Jo holds a Masters’ Degree in Counselling and continues to run a psychotherapy practice in Edinburgh. Previously Chair of BACP Coaching and Director at Coaching Supervision Academy. Jo is co-editor of a new publication in the EMCC Mastery Series, Coaching Supervision: Advancing Practice, Changing Landscapes.
Louie is a passionate pioneer, original thinker and writer. She has written numerous journal articles and book chapters. Through her work as an Executive Coach and Change Consultant, Louie equips people across contexts, cultures and generations to develop the acuity, agility and fluency to navigate complex situations in life, work and relationships with greater ease and artistry. She is an experienced, authentic, wholehearted practitioner who invites people to embrace, navigate and ‘dance’ with the complexity of life’s opportunities and challenges. She is the creator of the P6 Constellation, Systemic Agency Model, PAI and the Participation Compass – novel approaches to illuminating, understanding and handling dilemmas in life, relationships and work.
Louie works one-to-one, with groups and designs whole-organisation and multi-sector leadership and change programmes that span professional and community contexts.
Graham is a behavioural scientist, author and commentator on many aspects of management, leadership, organisation and personal development. Graham’s primary interest is in facilitating the learning and development of leaders, executives, and entrepreneurs – individually and collectively.
As a confidant to some elite leaders in global business, government and the not-for-profit sectors, Graham helps them navigate their own complex worlds to achieve outstanding results. Graham’s publications list includes nine books and over 300 articles.
Having established an Advanced Coaching course at the University of Oxford, Graham is currently Tutor in Psychology and Counselling responsible for devising, supervising, and sharing the delivery of, all coaching programmes at the University. He is also a part-time lecturer in business studies, leadership and management at The Oxfordshire Business and Enterprise School (TOBES); and contributes to leadership and executive education programmes for institutions in Asia and Europe.
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