supervision for coaches




18-21 November 2013

Courage and vunerability in relational work

This workshop is for supervisors who have already attended How we work is who we are. Maximum number of participants: 12. Details to follow in early March.



22-25 September 2014

Growing Supervisors for Coaches

We are delighted to let you know that we have created an opportunity to get together with us at Douai Abbey to take forward the work and the conversations we started on our trainings for Coaching Development in Supervision for Coaches.
We have been continuing to evolve our thinking and both to create new ideas and to build on what we've learnt and taught to all of our students, here and abroad, over the last 5 years.
And of course we've continued to learn from our own work Supervising Coaches and from our Supervisees. We want to share all of that with you and to have you test and challenge us too. The ICF has awarded us 20.5 CCEUs for the Workshop, all of them for Core Competencies! This shows how seriously they are now taking Supervision and it's direct impact on how coaches work.
This is not a refresher training — you will need to have been practicing as a Supervisor and be ready to take that practice to the next level. We will be reflecting on what we've all been noticing, what's been easy and what's been difficult. We want to know what's been inspiring you and how you want to continue to develop as supervisors, and as part of this developing profession.
Our plan is to provide time for re-connecting and discussion, time for new challenge and learning and input from us and also time for reflection either alone or with others.
We are limiting the Workshop/Retreats to 12 participants on a first come first served basis so please let us know if you want to be with us — asap!

Practical information (UK)

Douai Abbey provides an ideal setting to learn, explore and reflect. A community of monks of the English Benedictine Congregation situated between Reading and Newbury. The Douai Benedictine community maintains their ancient tradition of hospitality which is so vital today and offers a warm welcome to people of whatever faith or none who are seeking a time of peace and quiet. Guests are welcome, but in no way required, to join in all the community services in the Abbey Church. Guests are generally invited to join the monks in the choir, music is provided and you may wish to join in softly or to just relax, sit back and listen!
Residential is from 4pm Monday 22nd September to 4pm Thursday 25th at Douai Abbey, UK. Registration will begin at 14.30 on Monday.
All meals included — from Monday afternoon tea to Thursday afternoon tea. Please let us know of any special dietary requirements. The kitchens at Douai are flexible to a point and can accommodate vegetarians and gluten allergies.
Workshop Fees are tba per person +VAT at the rate prevailing at time of invoice (currently 20%). This includes all accommodation (single rooms with en-suite bath or shower) all meals and refreshments from arrival to departure plus documentation.
We will need a tba +VAT deposit to secure your place. The balance of the fees will be invoiced for payment by end tba.

To book:
Email: Hilary Cochrane with the following information:
Name, Address (Invoice name & address if different), Mobile Phone number, Email address
We will then send you an invoice for the deposit which will be due for payment immediately.
If you cancel a booking, a 100% refund of your deposit will be made up to the end of tba. If cancelled by tba a cancellation charge will be made to cover whatever costs we have incurred to date. From tba there will be no refund.


Practical information (ZA)

From tba at 16.00 to tba* at 15.00
Workshop Fees tba.
To book:
Please send an email to: Trudi Newton, cc to Karen Pratt with the following information: Name, Address, (Invoice name and address if different), Mobile Phone number, Email address.



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