Accredited Coach Supervisor
Accredited Coach Supervisor
The ‘Global Supervision Training’ programme is made for you.
Our program is compliant to both ICF (CCEUs) and EMCC (ESQA) standards
The Global Supervision Training is an 150 hours on-line program over seven months. It encompasses theory, demonstrations, practice, self-reflection. It is a whole transformational process that will support you to:
Open to the world, the programme consists of: webinars, demonstrations, peer practice, observed practice,… You will have your own tutor to make sure that you feel at ease with the process and the content. You will be invited to pursue your practice as supervisor with your first own client and to have your own supervisor (outside of the programme). And you will be invited to self-reflect and journal your supervision experiences. All this will count towards your certification with us (and for your accreditation with the EMCC).
The supervisor training course by the Academy of Coaching Supervision & Mentoring is based on best practices in professional supervision.
Once the course is completed and validation (certification) is successful, you are ready for the next and final stage of acquiring the internationally recognized supervisor status which consists of EMCC accreditation (the only internationally recognised organization uniting coaches, mentors and supervisors that has clear and developed competencies for accrediting supervisors).
In the course of the training programme (10 online modules), you will work directly with the programme creators, Sylviane Cannio, Cheryl Cooper, Ludmila Kostandova and Tatiana Kosayeva. Fran Fisher has created a special programme for mentoring with the new ICF competencies. All are experienced professional coaches. Fran and Sylviane are pioneers of coaching in their respective countries (USA and Belgium) and have developed a global practice; they also were the creators of internationally known coaching schools. Cheryl, from the UK, has a strong background as executive coach, supervisor, trainer and assessor with over 25 years of coaching experience; she is currently supervising internal coaches in the European Union Institutions. Ludmilla has a strong knowledge of the Russian, French and Swiss cultures and Tatiana has a PhD in Sociology and is specialised in the neurosciences of emotions. Together, they form a strong team of expert trainers at your disposal.
Our goal is to give you the opportunity to shape your individual style of work as coach supervisor.
In terms of the methodology, the programme is based on the systemic ontological approach including the psychodynamic perspective (in-depth outworking of transferential relations, parallel processes in dyads of a supervisor and supervisee as well as in groups), and both individual and group reflective practices between the modules.