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ILM and European Mentoring and Coaching Council UK (EMCC UK) collaboration
We’re pleased to announce our collaboration with EMCC UK to provide ILM’s newly qualified learners with access to membership of the Council as part of our ongoing commitment to supporting the professionalisation of coaching and mentoring in the UK.
EMCC UK aims to develop, promote and set the expectation of best practice in mentoring, coaching and supervision around the world. People who have completed an ILM coaching qualification will have the opportunity to build a network with other coaches and mentors by joining regional and special interest groups, or through volunteering opportunities.
Here you'll find answers to frequently asked questions about the collaboration.
ILM strives to be the gold standard for coaching and mentoring best practice and we continue to be the only organisation in the UK that combines the practical application of professional competency with the rigour of regulated qualifications.