7-10, 13-16 March 2023 (8 mornings via zoom) or
20-24 June 2023 (face to face)
Stage 1 of Oxford Brookes Supervision Programme
This programme in higher professional development (Coaching Supervision) leads to:
- Professional Certificate of Advanced Study in Coaching Supervision
- Professional Accreditation as an Oxford Brookes Supervisor
This programme in coaching supervision is designed for experienced coaches with an active coaching practice who already have a postgraduate qualification in Coaching, Psychology, Counselling or equivalent. The aim of the programme is to provide highly experienced coaches with an opportunity to extend their competences and skills into the area of coaching supervision.
Stage 1: Two months preparation during which participants undertake preliminary reading, reflection, peer-supervision and supervision practice. Followed by an intensive programme of eight half days via zoom (March programme) or 5 days face to face in Oxford (June programme) which provides an opportunity for participants to develop their own model of supervision.
*** Your application form must be submitted and approved before purchase of stage 1 ***
Stage 2: Two sessions (1.5 hours each) or three sessions (1 hour each) of individual supervision from the programme tutors on your supervision that will start after the intensive course.
These sessions will allow participants to receive individualised developmental feedback on their model of coaching supervision in practice.
Stage 3: Assessment for Professional Certificate of Advanced Study in Coaching Supervision from Oxford Brookes University
The assessment consists of one written assignment: Description and analysis of the candidate’s model of coaching supervision.
Stage 4: Accreditation as an Oxford Brookes Coaching Supervisor.
This stage is conditional upon successful completion of the assessment at Stage 3 of the programme. It will consist of an additional assessment that includes a written portfolio with the candidate’s analysis of two video/audio tapes: one of their ‘best’ and one of their ‘worst’ supervision sessions and an interview.
How to influence your happiness
Learn about: Assertiveness, Self-esteem, Pleasure, Altruism and Necessity.
This 2 day face to face moderated course on 17th and 18th November 2022 is based on research conducted within Oxford Brookes Business School by Dr Christian Ehrlich.
It is particularly suitable to those people in work (including self-employed, volunteers, students, and part-time staff) but also applicable to those currently not at work.
The course focuses on participants’ four most important goals – mostly professional goals but can also include personal goals - and shows how these can be adapted to help people become happier in work and life.
Help to Grow Management Programme. A collaboration between HM Government, the Chartered Association of Business Schools, SBC and Oxford Brookes Business School.
For SMEs, a 12 week programme to build expertise and boost confidence across key areas for senior leaders.
Join 30,000 senior leaders taking part in this practical management training programme accredited by the Small Business Charter (SBC).
The programme is 90% funded by the Government. The fee payable by participants is £750. If your company has to pay by invoice or in installments, please contact Jill Jones [email protected]
'Taming the Carbon Monster' is a six workshop programme delivered fortnightly in person on campus at Oxford Brookes Business School to help SME leaders learn how to:
Each session will have two hours of experts' presentations and practical action planning plus an hour of networking.
Workshop dates: 5 October, 19 October, 2 November, 16 November, 30 November, 14 December 2022
This is a new programme designed to enhance your learning in Supervising Groups and Team Coaches.
The cohort will consist of 12 people. You are eligible to participate if you have completed Stage 3 of the Professional Certificate of Advanced Study in Coaching Supervision, or its predecessor programme - Postgraduate Certificate in Coaching Supervision.
Some experience in team coaching will be required as you will need to bring one case of team coaching for the practice part of the programme.
The programme will start with one month's preparation period with a learning buddy.
Please complete the application form on the Supervising Groups and Team Coaches website before purchasing your place on the programme