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Association for Coaching Scotland conference

The Association for Coaching Scotland is holding its 2006 Conference in Edinburgh on November 10th 2006.

With the theme of 'Advancing Coaching in Scotland', the conference is sponsored by Penna plc and Scottish Power plc.

Katherine Tulpa, founder of the Association for Coaching, said: "We are delighted with the quality of the speakers, workshop presenters and sponsors that our theme has attracted, to help us achieve our purpose and to support and nurture excellence in coaching for both individuals and organisations in Scotland."

Speakers at the event include Myles Downey, corporate coach, author and director of studies at the School of Coaching, who will deliver a keynote address on the essence of effective coaching and the challenges to practitioners. This theme will be explored further in Downey's live coaching demonstration later in the day.

Delegates will receive a copy of the Association for Coaching's first book 'Excellence in Coaching, The Industry Guide' which is published next month.

Prices for the conference start at £130 +VAT for Association for Coaching members and £155 +VAT for non-members. The event takes place at the SAS Radisson Hotel, Edinburgh.

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