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07 Jul, 2011

Last Few Places – An Introduction to Coaching Supervision

Posted by: The Coaching Academy In: Coaching Academy News|Continuous Professional Development|CPD for Coaches

Last Few Places - An Introduction to Coaching Supervision

Dear Coach

There are still a handful of places remaining for the CPD for Coaches day covering An Introduction to Coaching Supervision on Sunday 17th July 2011 at Latimer Place Place and on Saturday 6th August 2011 at Wychwood Park, near Crewe.

For those of you already on the CPD Programme this could be 1 of your 10 days. Alternatively (or if you have already attended all 10 days) you can book your place on the Introduction to Introduction to Coaching Supervision CPD day CPD day for £247 + VAT.

Simply email bookings@the-coaching-academy.com to secure your place.

Places are limited and as such we will be capping the numbers at just 60 for Latimer and 50 for Wychwood Park. Once all of the places have gone, we will not accept any more applications.

The Coaching Academy is proud to be working in partnership with Miriam Orriss and Edna Murdoch, Founders and Directors of The Coaching Supervision Academy (CSA) and the CSA Team will be delivering the CPD Day at Latimer.

Coaching Supervision has always been of paramount importance to The Coaching Academy and this is evident in the provision of mentoring and supervision for our coaches. This new partnership aims to take this good practice to the next level.

Together we have compiled a series of programmes tailored to where you are in your individual coaching journey – with the Introduction to Coaching Supervision the first step on this exciting new pathway.

Supervision is a process of Reflection, Insight and Support. It enhances a coach’s ability to see: looking deeper into one’s own practice, illuminating subtle processes in coaching conversations and becoming aware of blind spots in oneself and in one’s thinking. ‘Supervision’ is then something that I, the coach, take away with me – an enhanced view, a supervision of my practice.

Whilst this CPD day does not certificate you in Coaching Supervision – you will leave with a fundamental understanding of the basic models and theory.

Further details on the Introduction to Coaching Supervision CPD Day can be found on our website.

1 Response to "Last Few Places – An Introduction to Coaching Supervision"

1 | Jan Lonnen

July 8th, 2011 at 12:37 pm

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A great addition to the CPD range and a hot topic for the future of coaching.

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