Supervision fulfils a number of needs for coaches and mentors:

  • an opportunity  to examine, reflect and learn from your own (and others) practice
  • a developmental resource, and place to learn new or different approaches
  • a safe space to share and explore concerns and issues, as well as celebrate success
  • a professional container to unravel potential ethical and boundary issues
  • a tangible way of demonstrating on-going fitness to practice, safeguarding you, your clients and the profession.

Alongside developing people to become supervisors, we offer supervision in a range of formats in order to make supervision as accessible as possible to coaches and mentors looking to maintain and build the quality of their practice.

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Featured case study

Supervision: New Principles & Patterns

This article follows from the article written by Jerry Gilpin for our 2017 Journal entitled Supervision: What do coaches want? This article explores the need to connect supervision to the transformational purpose and nature of coaching and mentoring.

Supervision offerings

Supervision "Practice Net"

PRACTICE NET is a virtual, participative group supervision of the same 4-6 people including a qualified or qualifying supervisor, who come together via Skype or telephone for up to 2.5 hours every quarter over an agreed period of time.

Distance Learning Certificate in Organisational Coach-Mentoring Supervision (COCMS)

One of the first to hold an EMCC ESQA award, COCMS helps sustain the quality of organisational C&M practice, supporting individuals to offer effective supervision to coaches, mentors and coach pools with confidence.

121 Supervision

OCM supervisors are highly professional with exceptional experience in coach mentor supervision, reflective practice and group dynamics, with the ability to build the relationship and environment required for effective supervision to take place.