Two Day Interactive Workshop in Birmingham
Facilitated by: Sandra Henson MCC
and UK ICF Board Director
Karen Foy PCC
10th and 11th July 2018
9.15am to 5.15pm each day
Earn 14.5 Core Competency CCEUs
Its back! Your chance to take a deep dive into the core competencies and see how you can bring them alive in your coaching. If you are ready to stretch your coaching to gold standard and beyond then this is the workshop for you. It is back by popular demand and we are delighted to be running it in Birmingham
This fun, and interactive 2-day workshop will:
- Bring the competencies off the page and into your coaching
- Be crammed with knowledge and practice based on the competencies
- Offer a fun and supportive learning environment
Who is it for?
- Coaches and learning development professionals who want to:
– become more conscious coaches
– learn from experienced supervisors and mentors
– work towards accreditation with the ICF at any level
– Beat the 31 July deadline for changes to the portfolio accreditation path
BOOK NOW and take advantage of the first adopters price
What others have said
“…this really was one of the best courses I have ever attended – an unmissable learning experience and hugely empowering”
(Jamie Elton ACC, Coach Trainer Speaker and Facilitator)
“This 2 day workshop was way beyond my expectations – fantastic leaders and invaluable learnings. I definitely recommend it!”
(Hilary Ellis, Leadership Coach)
Details of the programme can be seen here
The Two Day Investment is only £405 Members & £505 Non Members
Cancellation Policy for Live Events
Cancellations or postponements, outside of Force Majeure, below details of our refund policy:
Cancellations up to 4 weeks before the event are given 50% refund.
Cancellations after 4 weeks before the event are given no refund.
A purchased ticket holds a space at the event and you can transfer your space to another member at the cost of a £25 handling fee or to a non-member for the cost of the £25 handling fee and the additional ticket price for non-members.
For a ticket to be transferred and for your colleague to be officially on the attendee registration list instead of you, here is what you need to do. The ticket holder emails the UK ICF office with the name of the colleague who will take his/her ticket and their membership number if they are a UK ICF member The colleague books on the Event selecting member or non-member as appropriate and pays the full amount Once registered for the Event, the UK ICF office issues to the colleague a credit of their full ticket fee paid less a £25 handling fee. In those cases where the colleague is a non-member, the credit is their ticket fee paid less both the £25 handling fee and the additional ticket price for non-members.