The BMC faculty provide ICF Levels one, two, three and CCE coach training programmes globally both face-to-face and via an interactive webinar. We also specialise in executive, leadership and organisational coaching for individuals and teams. All of our programmes are delivered in an innovative experiential style.


Developing with Colleagues: The Art of Supporting New Coaches

A webinar series with Professor David Clutterbuck and Dr Clare Beckett-McInroy

This unique webinar series is aimed at experienced coaches, who are supporting the professional development of less experienced coach colleagues. While the major professional bodies in coaching may have different language to describe this role (for example, buddying or mentoring), the aim is the same: to create a learning environment for the professional development of a newly qualified coach.

What’s lacking is clarity about the skills and competencies of this colleague-helping role, the outcomes that should be expected, how the relationship should be developed… and so on.

In this series of three intensive webinars, we will draw upon global experience and good practice to explore how you can develop your expertise and capability in what – when done well – is a demanding and rewarding role that results in significant learning for both parties.

We’ll help you clarify the boundaries between mentoring a coach colleague and professional supervision and how to work together on a coach development plan with internal and external nuances. In short, we’ll help you build into your peer support activities a similar level of professionalism to that you bring to your coaching.


21 February  –  1 pm (EST) 6 pm (GMT) 9 pm (KSA)

28 March  –  1 pm (EST) 6 pm (GMT) 9 pm (KSA)

11 April  –  2 pm (EST) 6 pm (GMT) 8 pm (KSA)

Please click here to download an information brochure: BMC and Clutterbuck Webinar