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Diploma in Coaching Supervision

An Introduction to CSA

This a unique opportunity to hear Edna Murdoch, one of the pioneers of Coaching Supervision, talk about the birth of coaching supervision and of the Coaching Supervision Academy, about what supervision does and about the internationally successful CSA supervision diploma. The FREE video is a short section of a new video series on Personal Education Development which will be on this site shortly.

The CSA Coaching Supervision Diploma

The CSA supervision programme has added enormous value to my development…a stunning, original programme full of heart and rigour in equal measure…the CSA diploma in supervision is expertly designed….will engage all types of learners…stretched me in many wonderful directions…fabulous reading list…taking away a huge amount….genuine care from all the staff…energy, enthusiasm and authenticity of the faculty is inspiring.” UK Cohort 

This rigorous, 1-year programme is for experienced professionals who wish to have a recognised qualification in Supervision. Since 2005, CSA has trained over 400 Executive and Business coaches and our accredited  graduate supervisors are working world-wide. Our approach has a dual focus, personal and professional, as it is based upon our assertion that, “who you are, is how you supervise”.

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The Diploma Course was one of the first to be accredited by EMCC and CSA has been awarded Approved Provider status by the ICF with 73 CCEUs (46 Core Competencies and 27 Resource Development) and a further 8 CCEUs in Core Competencies can be gained from the compulsory supervision sessions attached to the course.

Miriam Orriss, Director CSA, enjoys International Faculty meeting.

Miriam Orriss, Director CSA, enjoys International Faculty meeting.

Who this course is for:

  • Highly skilled, experienced internal and external coaches and mentors who want to use their knowledge & expertise differently and who are looking for their next challenge or career move.
  • Senior people in business or consultants, who have coaching and mentoring as part of their function: for example – HR, OD, L&D, Heads of Dept, Change Management, Strategy,
    • Coaches, mentors, consultants who are looking for a well established, rigorous, EMCC accredited, ICF approved supervision programme that can provide an excellent forum for learning and development.
      • Anyone in the coaching and mentoring field who wants to become a first class   supervisor.

See what our graduates say about this course…

Introducing the Full Spectrum Model

What distinguishes this course is that in addition to a thorough training in classic supervision models, students will be trained in CSA’s Full Spectrum Model of Coaching Supervision.

The Full Spectrum Model incorporates Hawkins & Shohet’s 7-eyed model of Supervision together with core teaching and practice on the Use of Self in Supervision, multi-dimensional Presence work which utilizes the seminal ideas of Sharmer/Senge et al (TheoryU), work with subtle energies , Buddhist Psychology, and quantum physics – a living, relational perspective. There is also teaching on Coaching Psychology and on Systems Thinking.

This broad range ensures that the course is both challenging and holistic. Personal Development for Supervisors is foundational and attention is paid to bringing mature reflective practitioners into the profession.

Read more about the Full Spectrum Model

How is the course delivered?

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The course consists of three parts and is spread over 1-year, so that learning is incremental – it is organised as 2 x 3 and 1 x 2 days and is a non-residential programme. Students will be supported throughout by a team of 15 experienced trainers and tutors, all of whom are experienced coaches and senior coach supervisors. The key elements of the programme are:

  • 2×3 and 1×2 days of training – details below
  • 5 pieces of pre-course work
  • tutorials
  • 9x 1 hour webinars
  • work with 5 supervisees (5 sessions each throughout the course)
  • 8x 1 hours sessions with an experienced coach supervsior to explore your supervision practice.
  • monthly 2-hour sessions in supervision practice triads throughout the course
  • submission of Learning Journal (3000 words) and Case Study (5000 words)
  • reading from course book list
  • a dropbox file of relevant articles and learning materials is provided; students and tutors add to this extensive resource for the beginning of each new programme.

There will be tutor, trainer and peer feedback during the course. Final assessment of practice will be on day 7. The 5000 word case study and a summary of student’s Learning Journal are part of the final assessment.

Course Syllabus & Costs Details of ICF Approval