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Become a Supervisor

University approved supervisor training

Barefoot Coaching has particular expertise in training coaches to become coach supervisors and has been delivering a university approved Coaching Supervision programme since 2008.

This course is a real build for experienced coaches who want to become qualified coach supervisors. The course is a university approved Postgraduate Certificate in Coaching Supervision and also carries 40 ICF CCE (Continuing Coach Education) points.


Who is this course for?
The course is suitable for coaches who have completed the Barefoot Flagship Coach Training Programme or another coaching qualification and who are looking to add coaching supervision to their offering. The course can be particularly suitable for coaches working in organisations who want to use coaching supervision skills with in-house coaches and to build and develop the organisation’s internal coaching capability.
PG Cert in Coaching Supervison – OL21
Module 1: 5th February – 14th February 2024 (09:30-12:30)
Module 2: 12th March – 20th March 2024 (09:30-12:30)
Module 3: 16th April – 24th April 2024 (09:30-12:30)
Module 4: 14th May – 22th May 2024 (09:30-12:30)

Why train with Barefoot to become a Supervisor

What will the course give you?
Delegates on the coaching supervision course will learn a wide range of approaches and methodologies to group and 1:1 coaching supervision and reflective practice; ethics and boundaries in supervision and how the role of the coach supervisor differs from the role of the coach. On completion of the course you will be equipped to work as a supervisor to new and experienced coaches, working one to one or with supervision groups.
Course Overview
The course is delivered over four modules, spread across sixteen 3-hour online sessions, with an interval or a month or so between modules. The course is delivered by tutors who are experienced coach supervisors and have a real passion and commitment to the necessity and value of supervision to all coaches – new, experienced, self-employed or working in organisations. This is a highly practical course where delegates will have the opportunity to observe live demonstrations of coaching supervision in action, practice supervising one another and receive constructive and robust feedback from tutors and fellow delegates. There is a comprehensive course manual and supporting materials, including a wealth of coaching supervision models, tools and techniques.
£2,950 + VAT – Personal
£3,540 + VAT – Corporate

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Completing the Postgraduate Qualification

After completing the taught modules, and having registered with the University of Chester, you will be allocated a personal tutor from the Barefoot Coaching team, who will support you in completing your written work for submission to the University of Chester.


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Professional supervision is essential for practising coaches. Supervision provides a safe, supportive space to reflect, re-energise and review your coaching practice.

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