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Our Clients

British School of Coaching have worked with a vast range of clients from some of the best known organisations in the world.

Coaches and mentors from a wide range of sectors choose us because of our reputation for delivering valuable, effective courses with a strong emphasis on the individual and organisational needs.

Clients come from all over the world to our training centres in the UK and the Middle East. We have provided coaching and mentoring training to individuals and corporates from the UAE Prime Minister’s Office , Shell, Clyde & co,  Crown Prosecution Service, VISA, Emirates Global Aluminium (EGA), Foreign Office UK, Home Office to name a few.


I really enjoyed Level 2 course days, and I’m finding that conversations with my children have greater patience and understanding.  It’s amazing when given the time and opportunity how much children contribute with great and sensible solutions.  I feel we work more as a team now, rather than parents battling with good intent however not receiving the expected level of co-operation in return.

Angela Dutton, Parent Mentor

I was looking for the next step after the CIPD.  I was very interested in coaching.  Through this course I felt I have moved up and focused on this area of professional responsibility.  Coaching is a way of life: I want them to think of the solutions, not me.  I felt privileged to be one of the first UAE nationals to ever participate in the ILM Level 7 Certificate in Executive Coaching and Mentoring. 

Kawther Al Hamed, Head of Human Resources, United Arab Emirates Ministry of Cabinet Affairs

I found the training incredibly helpful in developing a range of skills to assist me in supporting my team and developing a culture based on continuous improvement by focusing on solutions. The training has developed my confidence in tackling more challenging conversations in a positive non-confrontational manner. I find I use the skills I learnt on a daily basis and feel strongly that the training has improved my effectiveness as a manager.

Chris Long, Deputy Chief Crown Prosecutor, Cumbria CPS

I am developing a coaching culture at this school and all the training for staff has been provided by BSC. The impact has been considerable and it is still growing. Recently my Deputy Headteacher was accepted on to the National Professional Qualification for Headship after a two day assessment. Part of the assessment was specifically about the candidates’s ability to coach another leader. My Deputy had recently completed the Level 5 qualification with BSC and the assessors commended her for one of the strongest presentations of coaching they had witnessed. This was particularly pleasing for me because this individual did not have full confidence in her abililty to deliver coaching and this external validation has helped her tremendously and confirmed the quality of the training she received through our partnership with BSC. 

Mike Jones, Headteacher, South Failsworth Primary School

I have worked with Judith Barton for a number of years now. I have personally benefited greatly from the guidance and advice I have received which has always been insightful and of a very high value. From a personal perspective, I am convinced that much of my success is attributable to the training and development work I have done with Judith and other members of her team. In the highly competitive senior job market, mentoring of this type is in my view invaluable. 

Nick Price, Chief Crown Prosecutor

Coaching has changed my way of seeing work relationships, be they with my team and the children. The course has focused me on others’ perception rather than mine. By questioning rather than telling, I feel I get more in-depth understanding from the children and more involvement from my team. Coaching is a great tool for leading and teaching.

Mikael Jamin, Dubai English Speaking School

I have nothing but utmost professional respect for the way BSC conduct themselves in delivering and supervising coaching training. Even after the training has been completed they continue to offer support through networking events and actively encourage further supervision.  On a personal level, my coaching qualification has enabled me to better support colleagues critically reflect upon their practice and take action to improve, whilst making me more aware of how I communicate verbally and non-verbally with others on a daily basis.

Charlotte Randall, Influence Learning

Companies we have worked with include:

Alnoor Institute
Arla foods
Crown Prosecution Service
Dubai English Speaking School
Foreign Office, UK
Guinness Northern Counties
Home Office, UK
Kingfisher Primary school
London Business School
London Excellence
Loughborough University
Ministry of Defence
Oldham Council
Scott Bader
South Failsworth Primary School