Oxford Brookes Coaching Supervision Program


CCO is offering this program for the second time in partnership with Oxford Brookes University. Oxford Brookes has been a leading provider of postgraduate education for coaching supervisors since 2006. It is a unique program offering a highly collaborative learning experience and flexibility in terms of course structure. The program is designed for experienced coaches and participants will be invited to engage with a high level overview and critical analysis of the coaching field that will enable them to take their practice to a new level. The full program comprises four stages, three of which are optional.


Sydney CBD (venue TBC)
Fee: $5,000 + GST (including lunch & refreshments)
Includes preparation and intensive workshop (stage 1)
Fee for follow up supervision (stage 2 – optional) $600


  • A professional and ethical approach to supervision
  • Advanced coaching supervision skills
  • An enhanced capacity to engage in reflective practice
  • Your own personal coaching supervision practice model

Professor Tatiana Bachkirova is Director of the International Centre for Coaching and Mentoring Studies at Oxford Brookes University. She is an author, international speaker and holder of an achievement award in recognition of distinguished contribution to coaching psychology, awarded by the British Psychological Society. She is Convener and Chair of the International Conference in Coaching Supervision and serves on the editorial boards of four academic journals. In 2011 she was granted the title of Harnisch Scholar by the Institute of Coaching.

Dr Paul Lawrence worked as a leader in countries round the world for 20 years. He has more than 3,000 hours coaching experience and teaches coaching at the Sydney Business School (University of Wollongong). He has an MBA, and post graduate qualifications in marketing, counselling/ psychotherapy and coaching supervision. He has written three books, ‘Leading Change: How successful leaders approach change management’, ‘Coaching in Three Dimensions: Meeting the Challenges of a Complex World’ and ‘The Tao of Dialogue’.