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Virtual Group Coaching Supervision Certification

Virtual Group Coaching Supervision Certification

Virtual Group Supervision Certification Program

Introduction

As a cost-effective way of learning in community, more and more coaches are seeking group supervision. In this certification program, you will learn how to facilitate groups in coaching supervision. This virtual program provides an opportunity for coaching supervisors to learn more about and to practice and reflect on group supervision.

Target Audience

  • Accredited Coaching Supervisors

Dates

  • May 18 to December 12, 2021

Program

This program consists of 60 hours:

  • Sixteen (16) sessions over 8 months consisting of 8 monthly group virtual classes of 2.5 hours each and 8 monthly group supervision practice sessions of 2 hours each.
  • Your own supervision group outside of the class to practice skills learned in the program.
  • Self-study (including readings) and postings on Basecamp.

This program aligns with the EMCC supervision competency model. Participants will also receive 10 ICF Core Competencies CCEUs for group supervision for re-credentialling purposes.

In order to complete the program, you must:

  • Attend 75% of the sessions (12 classes of 16)
  • Read the sections of the books assigned (4)
  • Convene your own supervision group outside of the class
  • Work with your own supervisor
  • ** you will be asked to record one group supervision session to share with the class at the end of the program

 

** It is expected that you will participate in a private space where you are able to participate fully, without any distractions. You must attend 75% of the sessions in order to receive your certificate. (12 sessions live). If you miss a session, you will be asked to review the recording and write a brief report on what you learned.

Core Principles about Coaching Supervision

Coaching supervision is a reflective space for participants to partner with a trained supervisor in a safe environment to work on themselves for their own development as well as for the benefit of their clients. As a group supervisor, you have additional skills in group dynamics and partnering with multiple partners in the reflective space.

Program Objectives

The objective of this program is to train supervisors to provide group supervision following the EMCC coaching supervision competency model.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Understand and apply the EMCC coaching supervision core competency model in a group setting
  • Effectively create and facilitate a reflective space for coaches in a group setting
  • Apply the various supervision tools in a group setting
  • Create a safe space in a group setting for coaches with strong emotions
  • Effectively work with ethical dilemmas
  • Provide creative options for supervising in groups

 

This program is very interactive and experiential, with an emphasis on application and reflective practice. Participants are expected to learn the theories, apply the theories in their practice groups as well as their own supervision group outside of the classroom setting.

All sessions are from 9:00 -11:30 am Pacific time zone.

 

Facilitators

Lily Seto, PCC, ESIA and Damian Goldvarg, MCC, ESIA

 

Cost

The program fee is $3,000.

 

Agenda

Topics
Session #1

 

Class #1

Introduction to Group Supervision

·         Group Agreements –

·         Participant introductions

·         Program introduction and objectives

·         Differentiating between individual and group supervision

·         Contracting (administrative and psychological)

·         Virtual vs face to face

Session #2

 

Supervision Practice Group
Session #3

 

Class #2

The Role of the Supervisor

·         The role and responsibility of the group supervisor

·        EMCC Guidelines

·         Core Competencies of the group supervisor

Session #4

 

Supervision Practice Group
Session #5

 

Class #3

The Role of the Supervisor

·         Group dynamics

·         Stages of Group supervision

·        Models of supervision

·        Energy management

Session #6

 

Supervision Practice Group
Session #7

 

Class #4

The Process

·         Deference threshold

·         Self deception

·         Vulnerability and courage

Session #8

 

Supervision Practice Group
Session #9

 

Class #5

Systems Thinking

·         Systems thinking
Session #10

 

Supervision Practice Group
Session #11

 

Class #6

Methods and Creativity in Supervision

·       Magic Box

·       Chairs

·       “Cascade”

Session #12

 

Supervision Practice Group
Session #13

 

Class #7

Challenges and Opportunities

·       Discussion – challenges that are coming up
Session #14

 

Supervision Practice Group
Session #15

 

Class #8

Business Models

·         Structure

·         Time

·         Pricing

·         Marketing

Session #16

 

Supervision Practice Group

 

Readings

Thorton, C. (2010) Group and Team Coaching. The Essential Guide. Routledge

Turner, T, Lucas, M, and Whitaker, C. (2018) Peer Supervision in Coaching and Mentoring.

Bachkirova, T, Jackons P., and Clutterbuck, D. (2011) Coaching and Mentoring Supervision– Chapter 15 – MC.Grow Hills.

 

 

 

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