Welcome to the International Centre for Coaching Supervision.
If you’re looking to train as a coaching supervisor, then you are in the right place!
Through our fully virtual, live-training, our aim is to enable coaches from across the world to access a high-quality, experiential coaching supervision course.
Participants on our Diploma in Coaching Supervision enjoy a uniquely international group of fellow coaches who bring a diverse range of ideas, skills and global perspectives to the live training sessions.
And, of course, as a virtual programme, there’s no more expensive travel and accommodation, or multiple days away from your home or business.
Our coaching supervision course is led by world-class facilitators including ICF MCCs, academics and authors, and supervisors from the internal coaching and consulting worlds.
You’ll be immersed in a wealth of ideas and practices that will bring depth and richness to your work as a future coaching supervisor and you’ll connect to a vibrant new community of practice.
If you would like to learn more about our coaching supervision course, head along to the Diploma in Coaching Supervision page now.
Or if you’d like to learn more about coaching supervision in general, why not book a FREE Introduction to Becoming a Coaching Supervisor.
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As a passionate, experienced coach, you might want to support other coaches on their professional journeys as well as helping steer the coaching profession into the future.
And given your experience, you might wonder why you would need training on a coaching supervision course. After all, don’t you already have everything you need?
But coaching supervision is not simply about your experience. Nor is coaching supervision is not simply coaching the coach.
Certainly, the core skills of coaching, such as communication, inquiry and relationship remain critical, but training as a coaching supervisor widens your field of view immeasurably. It increases the scope, opportunity and depth of work with a rich set of new behaviours, ideas and skills. It calls on you to be a coach, a teacher, a guardian, a systemic thinker, a guide and a restorer.
The experienced coach embarking on supervision training is often delighted and surprised by the range of new skills needed to be effective as a supervisor.
Coaching supervision training will enrich you as a coach whilst taking you on a new journey of learning, development and impact.
Our Diploma in Coaching Supervision is one of the only fully virtual coaching supervision courses in the world.
This means that wherever you are, you can train to become a coaching supervisor on a fully accredited programme.
Combining live expert-led tuition, group discussion, fishbowl supervision, breakout practice sessions, client work, reflective practice groups and more, our coaching supervision course ensures you become a highly-skilled and confident coaching supervisor.
Accredited by both the EMCC and the ICF, the course takes around 8 months to complete and equips you with all the skills you need to be a professional coaching supervisor.
Combining all the best of live in-person training but from the comfort of your own home or office, our live virtual coaching supervision course gives you a truly immersive learning experience.
Unlike in-person training courses, where there’s a need to make the most of participants’ travel, we don’t need to pack in a whole heap of training into multiple, consecutive days.
Instead, we deliver our programme through shorter sessions that allow you to learn coaching supervision skills, discuss ideas and engage in coaching supervision practice whilst being observed for feedback and group learning.
The reality is that live virtual training is here to stay. It works, it’s convenient, and it creates an exceptionally diverse forum for learning.
The virtual approach is allowing us to reach many more places around the world where coaching supervision training as typically been hard to access.