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Post Graduate Diploma in Organisational Supervision

Ashridge    Business School

Part time April PGCert 2 years

About the course

Rigorous. Relevant. Real. Relational.

Become an accredited supervisor and an expert in coaching supervision.

Make a difference to your practice today.

While coaching is about you as a person, supervision explores the nature of your relationship with the people you coach and your developing practice.

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Entry Requirements

First degree or an equivalent academic award. Award of coaching accreditation by a recognised institution or a Masters degree in (preferably O.D.) consulting. At least three years' full-time experience in an organisational consulting or coaching role. Substantial professional experience in a purely coaching role: at least 100 hours of coaching in the last two years of being supervised as a coach or Ashridge/EMCC accreditation at postgraduate level. Motivation to participate in a peer learning community. Ability to reflect on and learn from own actions and from feedback from a deep awareness of own emotional and behavioural process. English language proficiency.


£10,900 + VAT

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Student Profile(s)

Robert Watkins

Why did you decide to do the Postgraduate Certificate in Advanced Coaching and Organisation Development Supervision programme?

I had already completed the MSc in Executive Coaching and wanted to offer supervision as well. I knew I would need to extend my skills and theoretical base in order to do this well, and I wanted a programme where the teaching and learning would be of the same high standard, the approach would be congruent, and the cohort as supportive as I had experienced before. Ashridge was the obvious choice for me.

Did you have any reservations before starting?

Not really. I trust the Ashridge approach, and I knew that it would provide the right mix of challenge and support for me.

What did you learn from the programme?

I learnt about the differences between coaching and supervision, about my own style and strengths, about how to apply these to supervision, and how to establish my own confidence as a supervisor as well as a coach.

How have you applied this to your work and organisation?

I now offer supervision as well as coaching to individuals and organisations. It’s work I enjoy, and I now have the accreditation to reassure clients that I do it to a really high standard.

What would you say to someone considering joining this programme?

Talk to someone from the team, or to someone who has done the programme. It may not suit your learning style (especially if you prefer to learn from books). But if you thrive in an environment where you learn by experience, by pushing yourself, and by reflecting on your practice in the company of others you won’t find a better option.

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