The Academy of Executive Coaching (AoEC) Announces a New Partnership in Scotland

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The AoEC has formed a new Partnership in Scotland after running two successful programmes in Edinburgh. To learn more about the AoEC visit http://www.aoec.com

As a result of the success of our initial coach training programmes in Edinburgh, the AoEC has now formed a formal partnership with Executive 21 to create AoEC Scotland. Executive 21 is already a successful Edinburgh based executive coaching practice, which just last year, celebrated its 10th anniversary in business.

“We are proud to welcome Ted Campbell, Director of Executive 21 and a graduate from our Advanced programme, to lead the partnership. This now means that our range of internationally accredited courses will be more accessible to participants in Scotland, North of England and North of Ireland” says John Leary-Joyce CEO of the AoEC and European Mentoring and Coaching Council UK President.

Ted says “I have always wanted to offer high quality coach training in Scotland to complement my coaching practice. Partnering with the AoEC was ideal as we have the same beliefs about what makes top class coach training. Not only that, but I’m now really looking forward to AoEC Scotland being a vibrant community of executive coaches”

The AoEC have been running Executive Coach Training programmes in the UK for over 10 years and have already established an International presence with partnerships in China, Kenya, Croatia, Romania and Turkey.

For information on the September Open Event or the programmes running in Scotland contact Ted Campbell.

Ted Campbell
AoEC Scotland
Tel: +44 (0) 7812 992257
ted(dot)campbell(at)aoec(dot)com

AoEC
http://www.aoec.com
Tel: +44 (0) 1727 864806
info(at)aoec(dot)com
http://www.aoec.com

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