The Level 7 Diploma in Coaching Supervision

This four-day programme consists of four one-day workshops conducted three months apart over the course of a year. This allows for fieldwork to be conducted between the workshops and professional supervision and guidance form our team of highly qualified staff.

The Programme Comprises Three Units
Understanding the Principles and Practice of Coaching Supervision in Organisations
Undertaking Coaching Supervision
Reflecting on your Own Ability to Perform Effectively as a Coaching Supervisor.

Three Mandatory Assessed Elements 
Supervision Assignment
Supervision Diary
Reflective Review

Suitable For
Trained coaches who need to deliver coaching supervision internally for their organisation or as a professional freelance coach supervisor.The Level 7 Diploma in Coaching Supervision aims to equip professional coaches with the supervision skills and knowledge needed to practice as confident and competent coaching supervisors. They are ideal for those seeking to develop their expertise in internal or external supervision of strategic, leadership, business or management coaching within an organisation. These qualifications are a gateway to accreditation but are not a licence to practice.

Programme Topics
• Developing as a supervisor
• The core skills and qualities needed to be a supervisor
• The supervision process
• Contracting
• Models of supervision
• The ethical and legal issues in supervision
• Embedding supervision as part of a wider organisational coaching strategy
• Evaluating the impact of coaching supervision
• Using supervision in a group and peer context

The Qualification
Learners are then required to demonstrate their ability to plan, deliver and review coaching supervision with individual coaches and groups. For the Certificate, this comprises at least 30 hours of coaching supervision. For the Diploma, this is extended to 100 hours of coaching supervision, and there is an added focus on comparing and contrasting individual supervision relationships across different levels of complexity within an organisation. The 100 hours of coaching supervision for the Diploma qualification unit may include 30 hours that have been accredited as part of the Certificate qualification unit.

Benefits For the individual
Coaching supervision can be an essential part of your CPD and helps maintain your own professional competence
Understand the purpose and principles of coaching supervision
Critically assess and reflect on your own ability to perform as an effective coaching supervisor
Develop the skills and theoretical knowledge of coaching supervision methods, approaches, reflective practices and activity
Evaluate the contribution of coaching supervision to stakeholders.

Benefits For The Organisation
Coaching supervision is a key process for organisations providing in-house coaching
Develop coaches who are able to use the feedback from supervisory sessions to plan their own and others’ professional development
Benchmark your organisation’s practice against an accepted framework
Ensure your coaches are properly equipped with the skills, knowledge and ethical understanding they need
Meet clients’ supervision needs through effective assessment and relationship building.

Tutor
Peter Hill was on the steering committee for this qualification from ILM, having run the ILM Level 3, 5 & 7 coaching qualifications for ten years through CFM Consulting Ltd,  along with Coaching and Mentoring Qualifications from the University of Strathclyde Business School and the University of Edinburgh Business School. Peter was qualified through the Centre for Supervision Training & Development 
and brings a breadth of practice and experience that is unparalleled in the industry.

Dates 2017
Day 1 September 2017

Day 2 December 2017

Day 3 March 2018

Day 4 June 2018

 

Course Fees
£3495 plus VAT @ 20% (£699)
Total £4,194

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