Consultancy, Coaching and Development

Course Overview

This four-day programme is rolled out over a 12-month period and is designed to use coaching supervision with coaches or coaching operations within any organisation. There is a full induction programme at the beginning of this programme covering the aims and objectives of the programme. The methodology and pedagogy involved. The assessments, marking and associated methodology. The Coaching supervision behavioural competencies. Coaching supervision arrangements and the individual contracts. The use of the CFMi support platform is covered in detail along with the use of the OneDrive for logging responses and evidence.

Duration: 3 Years – typically completed within two years
Fees:
Certificate £3,495.00 plus VAT @ 20% (£659.00) Total – £4,194.00
Diploma £4,250.00 plus VAT @ 20% (850.00). Total – £5,100.00
Dates
Day 1 – 11th March 2019
Day 2 – 10th June 2019
Day 3 – 28th October 2019
Day 4 – 13th January 2020

Assignment 1

Understanding the principles and practice of effective coaching supervision of Coaches.

This assignment asks delegates to demonstrate their understanding of purpose and principles of effective coaching supervision of coaches (LO1). Furthermore, they should understand the models and approaches for effective coaching supervision of coaches (LO2). They should also understand the anticipated outcome of effective coaching supervision for different stakeholders (LO3).

Assignment 2

Undertaking an (extended period**) effective coaching supervision of coaches.

The Certificate aims for the learner to undertake a minimum of 20 hours of effective coaching supervision with a minimum of 5 and a maximum of 10 individual coaches. This includes agreeing and establishing a contract to act as a coaching supervisor (LO1). Plan Deliver and Review 20 hours of effective coaching supervision (LO2).

The Diploma** aims for the learner to undertake a minimum of 60 hours of effective coaching supervision. A minimum of 50 hours must be spent supervising individual coaches and a maximum of and a maximum of 10 hours spent on group supervision. This includes being able to agree and establish a contract to act as a coaching supervisor (LO1). Plan Deliver and Review 60 hours of effective coaching supervision (LO2).

Assignment 3

Reflecting on your ability to perform effectively as a coaching supervisor of coaches.

This unit aims for the learner to critically review and reflect on own ability to perform effectively as a coaching supervisor of coaches. To do this the learner must be able to review their own ability to perform effectively as a coaching supervisor of coaches (LO1). They must be able to plan their own future professional development activities as a coaching supervisor of coaches (LO2). Finally, they must be able to construct a profile and position themselves as a coaching supervisor of coaches (LO3)

Course Content

Coaching Supervision Definition Full Spectrum Supervision
Supervision Contracts Transference
Psychological Contracts Parallel Processes
Supervision Clusters (4R’s, 4C’s, 4P’s & 5C’s, 5P’s, 5A’s.) Discounting
Degenerate Conversations Cross Cultural Considerations
The 7 Eyed Model Fieldwork Supervision
Mental Health aspects Group Supervision

Over and above this content, there are also eight supervision sessions diarised during the course of the programme to ensure reflective learning takes place.

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.