Coaching supervision and coach mentoring for ICF accreditations

Earn an advanced ICF coaching accreditation.
Advance your coaching skills with regular supervision support

Further support for qualified coaches

Coaches often ask “what’s next” to continue their development, after earning their first coaching qualification. Often keen to learn more, we can find all sorts of short courses, books to read, and ways to continue developing.

We are keen to offer two of the most useful and focused approaches to continuing and developing your coaching practice.

Coach mentoring for International Coach Federation accreditations

The ICF is the only worldwide coaching qualification body, and it takes a lead on standards, ethics and professionalising of coaching. Coaches who hold an ICF qualification are highly skilled and are seen as highly credible.

You may be eligible to earn an ICF qualification, even if your previous study was not on an official ICF programme. They offer a scheme where your previous coach training can be recognised and evaluated.

The core of our ICF coach mentoring offer is:

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Individual or group coaching supervision

Who has coaching supervision? Coaches who coach regularly, and who are keen to both safeguard and advance their practice.

Coaching supervision is a wonderful opportunity to receive personalised support on your coaching skills, approach and development. Unlike traditional supervision in organisations, it is not the hierarchical don’t do it like this approach that we may have experienced.

It is more of a collaborative process, where a skilled supervisor supports you to explore areas of concern, or of development in your practice. Supervision tends to focus on one of three areas:

We offer 1:1 and group supervision, and our team of coaching supervisors is expanding.

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Our team of experienced coaching supervisors are here to support you

Charlie Warshawski

Charlie Warshawski is LYC’s principal coach mentor and coach supervisor.

“I qualified with the ICF as a PCC, and trained with Oxford Brookes University Centre for Supervision and Team Development for my supervision. Since then I have been supporting coaches to go from good to great. Coach mentoring and coaching supervision is a joy, and I see coaches dig deep and develop themselves so well. It’s a privilege to work this way with so many coaches.”

Peter Hopkinson

Peter Hopkinson is part of our core team, and is also a coaching supervisor. He has supervised for some time, holds an ILM L7 certificate in coaching supervision, and now supervises both 1:1 and in groups.

Sue Webb

Sue Webb is also part of our core team, and serves as an ICF coach mentor. She holds the ICF’s PCC accreditation (500 hours of coaching), and offers coach mentoring to coaches.