We provide experiential, evidence-based learning opportunities to coaches at all levels of experience and maturity. Our programs consist of intensive workshops with periodic follow-up sessions, designed to enable coaches to put learnings into practice over a period of time. We accept a maximum of 12 participants in each workshop.

The 2020 curriculum includes:

Coaching Foundations – a four day intensive followed by six months of group supervision. The Foundation coaching program is designed for new organisational coaches.

Coaching in 3 Dimensions (C3D) is our first chunky learning program – workshops covering different aspects of coaching designed for experienced coaches. Each program is standalone requiring no prior learning. C3D is being offered as two standalone intensive workshops. Day 1 will cover systemic approaches to coaching individuals. Day 2 will cover approaches to working with companies at the organisational level

Other chunky learning programs for 2020/2021 to include coaching for wellbeing, global/cultural coaching & narrative approaches to coaching multiple selves.

Team Coaching is designed for people who already have coaching and facilitation skills. This 10 month program is designed to enable a transition from theory to first steps to feeling confident and capable.

Coach supervision training – CCO is partnering with Oxford Brookes University to make available their Coach Supervision program in Australia. This is a four-day program and participants have the opportunity to attain the Professional Certificate of Advanced Study in Coaching Supervision, awarded by Oxford Brookes.

All these programs can also be delivered as inhouse programs for leaders working inside organisations.

How to Build a Coaching Culture is designed for internal OD/HR staff seeking to build a coaching culture inside their organisations. This longitudinal program will run over a period of 10 months, supporting participants while they put new ideas and frameworks into practice.

Group supervision – 10 month group supervision programs for groups of 5 – 8 coaches, with participants working on their ‘Coaching Practice Model’ over the course of the program.

All our faculty have a background in teaching coaching and years of practical experience coaching in organisations. Faculty includes Dr Gordon Spence, Dr Paul Lawrence, Dr Geoff Abbott and visiting practitioner-academics from overseas.

For further information on any of these programs please refer to the menu bar. For general queries please contact