Professional Development

The EMCC exists to promote best practice and the expectation of best practice in mentoring, coaching and supervision globally. We are a global council that consists of representatives from national EMCCs plus direct members in countries where a local EMCC does not yet exist. The EMCC membership is a rich mixture of individual mentors, coaches, mentoring/coaching organisations, training and education providers, buyers of mentoring/coaching and mentor/coach associations, large organisations/corporate members – all of whom share EMCC’s vision to promote best practice in mentoring/coaching/supervision.
As part of our drive for raising and promoting quality standards in mentoring/coaching/supervision, EMCC UK created a pathway to professional excellence based on the EMCC Quality Standards (EMCC Quality Standards are: Code of Conduct, Global Code of Ethics, Competence Framework).

EMCC UK clearly define the route to professionalism. We require our members to commit to working ethically, maintain fitness to practice and fulfil relevant statutory duties.
The journey for a professional practitioner commences with quality training. Following training it is essential for individuals to continue to develop their competence through practical experience, engage in reflective practice, further learning (CPD) and supervision. These are the elements required to become accredited by EMCC.

EMCC UK provides professional practitioners with wide range of support to help to evidence their fitness to practice, to establish their credibility and stand out in a busy market place.
The quick reference table below points you to supporting documents and where you can find them.
 Qualification or Credential Global Code of Ethics
Code of Conduct - Professional Charter
Diversity Policy
EMCC Competence Framework
 Reflective Practice Reflections Series
Reflective Practice Pack
 CPD Networks CPD
CPD Guide
 Supervision  See accreditation page - ESIA, ESQA
 Accreditation  See accreditation page - EIA, EQA, ISMCP