Welcome to the Association of Coaching Supervisors

AOCS was formed by people who care passionately about coaching supervision. We believe there is a need for an association purely focusing on supervision to support the demand for, and current growth in, supervision.

We provide a platform to enable coaches and buyers of coaching to understand supervision better and to connect quickly and easily. Our core themes are to Promote, Engage, and Develop our members and the wider community!

The leading associations acknowledge that coaching supervision is a distinct and critical component that supports and enables coaches to be at their best. They have added value by advocating ongoing supervision for their coach members, creating codes of ethics, and launching accreditation principles and processes for supervisors. We applaud and support these developments.

We want to give supervision wider exposure and a larger 'share of voice' in the coaching community. Do come and join us!

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About AOCS

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We are a not-for-profit association dedicated to promoting the understanding and use of coaching supervision amongst coaches, mentors and organisations. Find qualified supervisors quickly here. Sustain your development here. Katherine...

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Reasons to join AOCS

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to add value by actively promoting the role of supervision, to raise the profile of coaching supervision as a benefit for all coaches, mentors, and their clients. To...

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AOCS activity & events

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See our Events page for Master Classes, workshops, web-forums, conferences and see our blog for the latest news. Events are open to non-members and association members too! Some members offer...

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Latest news from AOCS

Supervisor - friend or foe? by Veronica Wantenaar of Comensa, South Africa
Posted on 4 May 2016

For many coaches it seems that supervision is a scary place.  Visions perhaps of being back at school and going to the headmaster:  Someone who would look at you with... Read full post

How do you use your GPS? a blog by Veronica Wantenaar of Comensa in South Africa
Posted on 4 May 2016

How do you use your GPS? a blog by Veronica Wantenaar of Comensa in South Africa. Today many of us travel with a GPS that shows us the way to our destination.  Some... Read full post

Research into managing tricky dilemmas in supervision - a short survey
Posted on 19 April 2016

Dear colleagues, I am writing to you in your capacity as a fellow coaching supervisor. Eve Turner and myself are researching the topic of managing tricky dilemmas, in supervision. As... Read full post


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Upcoming activity in North America

Some current activity across North America includes: 

April 25th, 2016, 9-10 AM PT: Discussion with Robin Shohet about Supervision.

Join Robin Shohet as he invites attendees to a one-hour interactive discussion about supervision. Cost 100 dollars. For more information contact Sam@sammagill.com.  Open to CSA graduates.

May 5, 2016 @ 8 AM PT: Keeping the CSA Momentum Going.

CSA graduates are invited to a 1.5 hour connection session to share how they have expanded the impact that CSA had on them and their work since graduating. For information contact Lynne DeLay delayl@oneworldleaders.com or Victor Harder victor.harder@ex-it.ca

July 11, 2016 at 9-10am PT time: Group Supervision with Robin Shohet

Join Robin Shohet in experiencing Group supervision. Cost $100 or $180 for both May and July sessions with Robin. For more information contact: sam@sammagill.com.

January 2017: CSA -US announces its THIRD Diploma program in Coaching Supervision.

We are now taking applications for the CSA–US diploma program to be held in Seattle. Dates for the face-to-face sessions are: Jan 12-14, 2017; May 19-21 and September 15-16, 2017. For more information email Lynne De Lay delayl@oneworldleaders.com or Sam Magill Sam@sammagill.com 

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