Coaching training comes in all sorts of shapes and forms. Passionate to develop and hone my coaching skills, following a PG Cert. in Coaching and Mentoring in 2008-9, I pursued training with the Coaches Training Institute. First I took their core curriculum and then the certification process, each a 6 month process that combined involve 196 hours of training hours. That’s in addition to the minimum 120 hours of coaching experienced required by the International Coaching Federation as part of the process.
iRest Level II Meditation Teacher, Integrative Restoration Institute, October 2018
Certificate in Coaching at the End of Life, Coaching at End of Life, October 2017
Diploma in Coaching Supervision, Coaching Supervision Academy, October 2017
Professional Certified Coach (PCC), International Coaching Federation, April 2016 – February 2020
Mindfulness Teacher, Teach Mindfulness, October 2014
Accredited Certified Coach (ACC), International Coaching Federation, February 2013 – March 2016
Co-active Professional Certified Coach (CPCC), Coaches Training Institute, November 2012
ORSC Fundamentals, Organisation and Relationship Systems Coaching, October 2011
P.G. Cert. in Coaching and Mentoring, Lancaster University, June 2009
I also have a PhD in Sociology called ‘Complexity in the Wild: Complexity Science and Social Systems: an ethnography of collaboration in social welfare’. ESRC Studentship. Awarded 21st March 2000.