From Jan 07, 2020 to Jul 29 2020
3 days attendance + preparation towards the assessed assignments
Dennett House, 11 Middle Street, Taunton, Somerset, Somerset, TA1 1SH - this course can also be delivered on an in-house basis
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|Day1||07 Jan 2020|| 9.30 – 16.30|
|Day 2||04 Feb 2020|| 9.30 – 16.30|
|Day 3||03 Mar 2020|| 9.30 – 16.30|
|Tutorial||24 Mar 2020||15.00 – 16.00|
|29 Jul 2020|| |
Please note: this is not a residential course and accommodation is not included
A 3 day programme delivered through a blend of face-to-face training, independent learning and assignment activities with practical supervised guidance.
The certificate comprises three units:
Understanding the principles and practice of effective coaching supervision
Undertaking effective supervision of coaches
Reflecting on your own ability to perform effectively as a coaching supervisor
The Level 7 Certificate in Coaching Supervision aims to equip professional coaches with the supervision skills and knowledge needed to practice as confident and competent coaching supervisors. It is ideal for those seeking to develop their expertise in internal or external supervision of strategic, leadership, business or management coaching within an organisation.
Supervision is an essential part of the ILM qualification and each participant is allocated 3 hours with a supervisor to be used proactively and periodically in line with individual needs and in agreement with the supervisor. Supervision can take the form of one to one meetings, telephone conversations, email or skype interaction. You need to demonstrate in your assignments that this has been completed and be able to meet the assessment criteria relating to supervision.
- What is Supervision?
- How does it fit into the wider context
- How Supervision works in practice
- The contribution of supervision
- Methods of 1 to 1 and group supervision
- The skills and conditions required
- Practical methods of reflection and feedback
- Practical methods of conducting supervision
- Group supervision practical session
- Tools and techniques for CPD
- Constructing a profile and position yourself as a coaching supervisor
How is it assessed?
There are three assignments:
Assignment 1 is a written submission that asks you to demonstrate your understanding of the context in which effective coaching supervision exists and operates in an organisational context
Assignment 2 is a record of 20 hours of supervision practice you have undertaken during the programme
Assignment 3 takes the form of a critical reflective review requiring you to complete in depth and evidenced reflection and assessment of yourself in relation to the requirements and challenges of the supervisor role
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"Very enjoyable, personally rewarding and motivating course"
"The training, had a brilliant mix of theory and practice in a safe, relaxed environment"
"The knowledge, experience and skill of the two tutors was exceptional, they made the days fun, practical and valuable"
"This programme is useful not only for coaches, but in everyday working life"
Coaching Pool Member: £1095
SW Councils Member: £1295
(All prices subject to VAT)
Previous Skills / Knowledge required:
Candidates must have undertaken at least 75 hours of coaching to ensure they have a good level of understanding and experience. They will need to have access to a client network as they will need to be supervising between 5 and 10 coaches to achieve the number of supervision hours required for the assignments. Bookings from Coaching Pool organisations will be given priority but these places must be approved by the appropriate Coaching Champion