As an experienced coach who qualifies as a coach supervisor, you will be able to:
- Offer supervision to others both individually and in groups;
- Gain more from your own supervision;
- Lead coaching and coach supervision in your organisation;
- Consolidate and strengthen your coaching practice.
As an experienced coach you will have benefited from the support that supervision has given you to make sure that you and your practice are ‘fit for purpose’, whether that’s through one-to-one, group or peer supervision. In recognising the fundamental value of supervision, perhaps you feel that becoming a coach supervisor might be the next step for you in your professional development journey?
Become an ILM qualified coach supervisor
If this is something that appeals to you, you might be interested in the Coaching Supervision Partnership’s Coaching Supervision Programme, which is accredited by the ILM at Level 7 (postgraduate level).
The Programme uses a blended learning approach. It uses face-to-face modular workshops, group and peer supervision practice, individual and group tutoring, reflective practice and online resources. All of which will support you developing your supervision, leading to an ILM certificate or diploma.
The Programme is designed to run over a 12-month period and participants numbers will be restricted to a maximum of 12 on each Programme. Coach Mentoring Ltd is pleased to recommend this ILM Level 7 in Coaching Supervision Programme.
More articles on Coaching Supervision
If you’re new to the topic, or looking for a more in depth explanation of the various aspects of supervision, take a look at these forthcoming articles in this series:
Coach Mentoring Ltd can help you or your organisation with your individual or group supervision needs, so please get in touch to start a dialogue.
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