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ANSE & LVSC Summer University, Rotterdam on 21st to 25th August

Mon, Aug. 21, 2017 17:0011:00

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Rotterdam imageLVSC is organising the ANSE Summer University: 'Moving and Being Moved' this year    (download the flyer). It will be in Rotterdam, the hippest town in Holland, and the conference will be in English.

We would like to invite AOCS members of this special event, as I think we have managed to create a deeply relevant programme, with a large diversity of perspectives from all over Europe. We will explore the implications of the tension between security and mobility for coaching and supervision at individual, team and organisational levels.

Early bird tickets available from 24th April; register at www.SU2017.EU

Enquiries to: or tel: 00-31-(0)24-366 2080

Come and join us! Mieke Voogd - our Netherlands Coordinator and LVSC Board. 

ANSE are a European umbrella association based in Vienna that meets the needs for European co-operation and Europe-wide exchange of views among professionals. It provides:

  • exchange of information between national organisations and training institutes
  • exchange of experiences between experts of counselling
  • and disseminate supervision and coaching
  • quality assurance of supervision and coaching (standards)

ANSE's website is:

LVSC is the national association for supervision and coaching and was formed in the early 1980s and has approx 2,400 members including qualified supervisors. LVSC has 17 accredited training programmes for coaching and 12 accredited programmes for supervision. There are three master training programmes for supervision and coaching. Their website is

For more information or enquiries about LVSC, please contact our Country Coordinator for Holland, Mieke Voogd:

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