The ORS@Work course benefits any professional who is interested in expanding their leadership and coaching skills. It requires at least a bachelor-level background or mental aptitude. Participants come from diverse backgrounds including organisational leaders and managers, HR, OD and L&D professionals, consultants, coaches and therapists.
We think it’s important that you can continue to develop yourself at all times. In the way that suits you best. You can opt to enroll in a training on location. We will make sure the training environment is safe, taking into account the rules that are set out by our government regarding hygiene and safety. Read all about these measures: www.competence.org/corona-measures.
If you prefer to follow your training virtually, we cater to this wish as well. Choose the ‘Virtual Class’, where you’ll meet your trainer and co-participants. We guarantee you will get the same quality and results from a virtual training, as you would have obtained by training on location. For more information please check www.competence.org/virtual-classroom.
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The ORS@Work course is your entry point into the ORSC™ training program. The course can be taken as a standalone workshop or followed by the ORSC™ Intermediate course. It is your introduction to the ORSC™ training program. It gives you the tools you need to apply the powerful ORSC™ methodology to your daily work as a coach or leader.
Discover how engaging with team identity can help you leverage the inherent power of working relationships. Improve your coaching and leadership skills and make a positive impact on your organisation’s culture.
The ground-breaking concepts presented in this course help you overcome setbacks that prevent your team from reaching its potential. Learn to identify and handle common challenges, such as:
After completing the ORS@Work course, you will have the skills to:
In this course, you will master the basics of the ground-breaking ORSC™ model for coaching teams, families, couples and organisations. This powerful model gives you new insights into working relationships. It enables you and your team members to thrive as never before.
The course opens you up to a cutting-edge change management model based on Systems Theory, Process Work, Family Systems Therapy, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Quantum Physics, Co-Active® Coaching and Taoism.
In this unique leadership and coaching approach, the principles of Emotional Intelligence (relationship with oneself) and Social Intelligence (relationship with others) evolve to create Relationship Systems Intelligence. Learn how to leverage the collective wisdom of any group, team or system.
By completing the ORS@Work course, you earn 12 CCEUs (ICF).
The investment is € 835,00 (excluding 21% VAT).
Do you follow the course privately or via a VAT-exempt organization (for example the government, healthcare or financial institution)? We offer you the possibility to pay no VAT over the course that you would like to register for and also over those items that are inextricably connected to this specific course. If you chose for the VAT-exempt option, the investment in your course will be € 918,50. This option can be selected on the registration form found online, or you can indicate this during your personal registration over the telephone.
If you register for Fundamentals and Intermediate before you start with Fundamentals, you will receive 10% discount on the total training price of the Fundamentals and Intermediate. This discount cannot be combined with other discounts. The highest discount will be valid. Please contact email@example.com for further details and advice.
Facility costs, coffee/tea and an extensive buffet lunch costs € 175,00 (excluding VAT). If a course day is given virtually, the facility costs will be canceled.
You will receive an invoice upon receipt of your enrollment form. Please insure payment is settled within 30 days or before start of the training, at the latest.
The course is conducted by two members of the ORSC™ Faculty. These professionals are certified by CRR Global. They have been trained in the methods developed by ORSC™ creators Faith Fuller and Marita Fridjhon.
ORS@Work is a two-day course. You are required to do a practical coaching session with a relationship/partnership as a homework assignment for the first evening of the course. This means coaching a relationship of your choice, consisting of at least two individuals. You may choose to coach two business partners, colleagues, siblings, friends or a couple as long as they have an existing relationship.This 45-minute appointment should be arranged prior to the start of the course. The leaders will give you more detailed information about this assignment during the first day of the course.
Since this course is based on a daily rate, you are not required to stay at the venue overnight. However, you are free to stay in the hotel. If you would like to book one or more overnight stays at the venue and/or dinners, please contact the venue directly. Schouten & Nelissen will not book your overnight stays and/or dinners.
The ORS@Work course consists of one module. You can choose from two formats, a) four half-days or b) two consecutive full-days in one week.
The maximum group size for the training course is 30 participants.
ORSC™ is the world’s only ICF-accredited training program for learning the Organisation and Relationship Systems Coaching method.
As a CRR Global partner, Competence is the exclusive provider of the ORSC™ program in the Netherlands. CRR Global is an ICF-certifed Coach Training School and the creator of the world-renowned curriculum, ORSC™. This is the only ICF-certified systems-based training and certification program in the world.
By completing the ORS@Work course, you qualify for 12 ICF Continuous Coaching Education Units (CCEUs).
The International Coaching Federation (ICF), established in 1995, is the worldwide leader dedicated to advancement of the coaching profession through specifying high standards, providing independent certification and developing a global network of credentialed coaches.
At the end of the ORS@Work training, you will receive a certificate which shows that you participated in a 12-hour coach training. This certificate gives access to the ORSC™ Intermediate course, the next level of the ORSC™ curriculum. The ICF has stipulated that you cannot miss more than one hour of an ICF-accredited course.