What is the Faculty?
CSC’s aim is to spread supervision good practice to the benefit of all. Patti Stevens founded CSC Ltd. in 2004 and continues to run the company but cannot do this alone! The time has come to recruit other ACSSs to work with her on training and accrediting other qualified supervisors to use the CSP in our own businesses.
The group of ACSSs who do this will become CSC Faculty Members (FMs). It is expected that there will be no more than 20 in number at any given time. There are no geographical limits.
Why become a Faculty member?
The business model
There may be some small marketing cost to you, to make it known that you are offering this service, and you will need to invest some time in that marketing, but we do not expect that to be in any way burdensome. CSC will also make available to you their own marketing material but you are free to create your own marketing content and to share it in the manner you see fit, so long as that is within the terms of Faculty Member Agreement.
If you don’t, then again, please let Patti know - if you could give some feedback as to why it does not appeal, that would be greatly appreciated.
The other option is that you may have questions or points of clarification. If so, please let Patti know and a zoom call or a coffee can be arranged to talk things through.
After that, you’re off and running, making good things happen in the world of coaching and supervision and generating extra revenue for your business. But that won’t just happen!
On your part, you need to speak to supervisors about the benefits of becoming an Accredited Coaching Signatures Supervisor (ACSS).
On CSC’s part, we will proactively market the service to supervisors. If supervisors express an interest in knowing more, we may deal with those enquiries ourselves but will consider passing those enquiries to a Faculty Member to deal with. The distribution of any such referrals might be based on the geography involved, or on other criteria, but CSC’s aim will be to distribute as fairly as possible.
So - do you want to move forward (or not)?