Association Partners of AOCS
Organisations we partner and cooperate with

Association Partners

AOCS form relevant partnerships with reciprocal arrangements where these make sense and extend our global reach. Current strategic partners include:


Association for Coaching

Agreement with the AC enabling reciprocal benefits and new member offer for AC members to join us. AC members can join AOCS with a fee discount and access some of our benefits like workshops and tele-forums.

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EMCC International

We have formed this mutually beneficial partnership between two forward looking associations, and encourage dual membership between our respective members. AOCS members are entitled to a membership fee discount with EMCC International. To join, select 'AOCS individual membership' from the membership menu. 

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LVSC

LVSC is the Dutch national association for supervision and coaching and was formed in the early 1980s and has approx 2,400 members including qualified supervisors. LVSC has 17 accredited training programmes for coaching and 12 accredited programmes for supervision. There are three master training programmes for supervision and coaching. For more information or enquiries about LVSC, please contact our Country Coordinator for Holland, Bas van Ommeren

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ANE

International Academy of Neuroscience and Education (ANE) helps Coaches, Consultants, and HR professionals by bringing brain research and applied neuroscience into people's life and organisations. ANE is becoming one of the most important international bodies that guarantee the spread of neuroscience in the most serious way ensuring the highest standards in the currently unregulated area of neuroscience. 

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The Future of Coaching Collaboration

FCC is a multi-stakeholder group launched in April 2015 with the aim of collaborating, innovating and professionalising coaching. AOCS are pleased to be members of this leading-edge group, and have contributed to discussions fully. The group emerged from the Coaching at Work-led Accreditation Forum, which gathered professional body representatives with coaching sponsors to increase collaboration. Work done by members of the Forum led to a number of initiatives, including a set of comparison tables, comparing professional bodies’ ethos, rationales and philosophies e.g. here and here .

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Coaching at Work Magazine

AOCS have a reciprocal relationship with CaW and have collaborated over several years, have contributed articles, have presented awards and helped with recommendations for the prestigious annual Coaching Supervision Award. Past winners have included Robin Shohet and Alison Hodge. AOCS members can benefit from discounts for the printed and digital versions here.

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Coaching at Work Magazine

The 6th Ridler Report

Besides its reputation as a provider of executive coaching, Ridler & Co has become known for the Ridler Report which analyses strategic trends in the use of coaching, using data exclusively from organisational sponsors of coaching (rather than external coaches). The Ridler Report is an internationally reputed research project which is widely recognised for its influence in shaping the future direction of coaching in organisations. As a member of the AOCS you are entitled to a 15% discount on the 6th Ridler Report. Please enter the code RR05 when purchasing your copy. 

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