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Pg Diploma In Coaching Supervision Dec 2012

  1. 1. Postgraduate Diploma in Coaching Supervision © PB Coaching © PB Coaching
  2. 2. Postgraduate Diploma in Coaching SupervisionThe Postgraduate Diploma in Coaching Supervision is validated by LeedsMetropolitan University and is stage two of the MA in Business and ExecutiveCoaching (120 CATS points).The requirement for Coaching SupervisionSupervision of coaching is a requirement by professional bodies for ethicalpractice (e.g. the EMCC, AC, ICF). Therefore, the demand for supervision hassignificantly increased.Supervision and coachingExecutive and business coaching is a complex activity. The coachees agenda islikely to cover a range of themes such as strategic management, organisationalpolitics, leadership development, work/life balance, and so forth. The coachingrelationship contains many layers of meaning, many of which are difficult for thecoach to grasp during a particular coaching session. These layers include:• Dynamics inherent in the coaching relationship (e.g. tensions when the coach isline manager to the coachee)• Organisational dynamics replayed in the coaching relationship (e.g. a “blameculture” manifested as fault finding in the supervision relationship)• The coachs personal psychological response to the coachee and their agenda(e.g. an Asian coachee bringing experience of discrimination to a white coach)Supervision is important in assisting the coach to work with these themes andlayers of meaning.Coaching Supervision – Course InformationThe programme is for people who have completed the Postgraduate Certificatein Business and Executive Coaching or equivalent education, training andexperience elsewhere, and are seeking an accredited supervision programme tosupport their role either as an independent coach supervisor or providingsupervision in-company within organisations. Applicants will preferably havegained significant hours of experience as a coach to enable them to make thebest use of the programme.The programme addresses the major theories of coach supervision and covers keysubjects such as the functions of coaching, forms of supervision (e.g. 1:1; groupsupervision), ethical considerations and professional issues. Throughout, there is astrong focus on supervision practice, and opportunities are explored to draw upon © PB Coaching 2
  3. 3. group experience in the here-and-now to deepen understanding (e.g. parallelprocess).The programme is delivered over four-three day workshops. Course requirementsinclude completion of three assignments.Further ProgressionUpon successful completion of the programme delegates can progress to thethird Masters Level stage of the MA. Alternatively, with the 120 CATS points,delegates can apply to complete MA awards of other universities.Course InformationThe requirement for Coaching SupervisionWorkshop 1: Fundamentals of Supervision • What is supervision? • Functions of supervision • Differences between coaching and supervision • Contracting • The cyclical model of supervision • Supervision practice sessionsWorkshop 2: The Relational Dynamics of Supervision • Hawkins and Smiths seven-eyed process model of supervision • The Drama Triangle • Transference, counter-transference and projective identification • dynamics of organisational culture • dual relationships • working with complex psychologies/issues • Supervision of supervision group • Supervision practice sessionsWorkshop 3: Supervision of Coaching Within Organisations • Group supervision • Peer supervision • Supervision of organisations’ internal networks of coaches • The supervisor who is internal to an organisation © PB Coaching 3
  4. 4. • Creative approaches to supervision • Supervision of supervision group • Supervision practice sessionsWorkshop 4: Professional, Ethical and Legal Issues in Supervision • Ethical and legal decision making • Note taking • Freedom of information/data protection • Supervision of supervision group • Supervision practice sessionsPractical InformationCourse structureThe course id delivered over 12 days and is structured into four non residentialworkshops.The dates for the 2012 intake are as follows:Workshop 1: 12th / 14th December 2012Workshop 2: 6th / 8st February 2013Workshop 3: 20th / 22nd March 2013Workshop 4: 15th / 17th May 2013CostThe cost of the programme is £5,000. This figure includes the LMU postgraduateaward enrolment fee which gives delegates the use of LMU student services, theexternal assessment process and the provision of award. VAT is added to allquoted figures. We would expect coaches at this level to be in supervision thoughthis is not included in the price. © PB Coaching 4
  5. 5. The AwardPostgraduate Diploma in Coaching Supervision awarded by Leeds Met University[120 CATS points].Academic Criteria for AdmissionIn order to undertake the Postgraduate Diploma in Coaching Supervision (LMU)the following selection criteria applies:-That you have either: Completed the Postgraduate Certificate in Business & Executive Coaching (LMU) or Equivalent and relevant education and experience in coaching. © PB Coaching 5
  6. 6. Application for Admission Postgraduate Diploma in Coaching Supervision Please complete all sections fully and attach a C.V. to avoid delay.Title (Mr/Mrs/Miss/Ms/Dr)Surname:Other Names:Address (Permanent Home):Home telephone:Work telephone:Mobile:E-mail:Date of birth: © PB Coaching 6
  7. 7. Qualifications and Education School/College/University From – To Qualification obtained or (start with most recent) expectedEmployment (paid or unpaid)Enter details of present and previous employment, starting with the most recentEmployer’s name and address From – To Nature of work © PB Coaching 7
  8. 8. Professional PracticePlease give details of when and where you have worked as a supervisor or in supervisoryrelated activities (if applicable).FeesWho is expected to pay the fees? Please tick appropriate box.Self ❐ Other ❐If other please show the address to which the fees invoice should be sent.RefereeWe require details of one referee. Please give their name, address and telephone no. Signature of applicant _________________________________Date ___________________ Please send your application form to: Sue Horner, Programme Support Manager PB Coaching 3 Albion Place, Leeds LS1 6JL E-mail: Tel: +44 (0)113 3882810 © PB Coaching 8
  9. 9. Equal Opportunities (Completion of this section is voluntary)L.M.U. has an equal opportunities policy. To ensure the effectiveness of the policy and toassist in its development, please complete this section, which will be treated as confidential.Please tick the appropriate box:Caribbean ❐ African ❐ Black Other ❐ Chinese ❐ Bangladesh ❐ Indian ❐ Pakistani ❐Asian Other ❐White British ❐ White Irish ❐ White Other ❐ Other ❐ Prefer not to say ❐Do you have a disability? Yes ❐ No ❐If yes, please specify_________________________________ © PB Coaching 9
  10. 10. PB Coaching © Terms and Conditions1. The expectation is that you will attend all the workshops. However in exceptional circumstances if it is absolutely essential to miss a workshop or a single day, it is the course delegates’ responsibility to acquire the relevant handout material.2. The cost of the Programme The standard course of the programme costs £5,000 and includes the LMU postgraduate award enrolment fee which gives delegates the use of LMU student services, the assessment process, the provision of the award and the award ceremony. VAT is added to all quoted figures.3. Payment for the entire course is due, irrespective of attendance.4. Payment arrangements Payment must be made in full prior to commencement of the course if you are organisational sponsored. Those paying for themselves have the option of paying 50% upfront and 50% on completion of the third workshop. Payment terms are 21 days from date of invoice. VAT at 20% is chargeable.5. Practice supervision sessions are a regular feature of the course and delegates use their own live material. It is essential that all the sessions are kept confidential and only discussed within the boundaries of the sessions.6. Finally, we strongly request that delegates not use the course as an opportunity to target other delegates for marketing of their own services. This has occurred on past programmes and has caused some resentment. © PB Coaching 10
  11. 11. Contact DetailsMore information on all the products and services from PB Coaching can befound on our website:www.pbcoaching.comEmail: mail@pbcoaching.comPhone: +44 (0)113 3882810Coaching premises: 3 Albion Place Leeds West Yorkshire LS1 6JL © PB Coaching 11