Level 7 Coaching Supervision

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Get the skills and knowledge to practice as a confident and competent coaching supervisor.

Who are these qualifications for?
The Level 7 Certificate and Diploma in Coaching Supervision aim 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.
    Results for you
  • 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.
    Impact for your employer
  • 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.
Each qualification comprises three mandatory units, including ‘Understanding the Principles and Practice of Coaching Supervision in Organisations’ and ‘Reflecting on Your Own Ability to Perform Effectively as a Coaching Supervisor’.
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.

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Certificate

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21 -
Structure

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This 21-credit Certificate comprises three mandatory units, a two hour induction and a minimum of seven hours tutorial support.
Diploma

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44 -
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This 44-credit Diploma comprises three mandatory units, a two hour induction and a minimum of ten hours tutorial support.

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