ORSC Intermediate (CRR global)

  • Time icon 12 days
  • Price icon €5,260.00
  • 15-30 participants
  • ORSC is the only ICF accredited relationship systems coach training program in the world
  • ORSC will be delivered in English
  • ORSC is a groundbreaking model for coaching relationship systems in organizations, groups, teams, partnerships and couples
  • ORSC has a huge impact in developing relations and is a powerful change management tool
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Increase your insights in relationship systems and learn how to coach them

You have coaching experience and would like to expand your coaching skills. This course is also very suitable if  you are a (business or life) coach, mediator, mental health professional (e.g. therapist or family counsellor), organization development professional or HR consultant. Or you are heading for a change in your career. You like to learn by practice and are open to reflection. You need at least a bachelor level of education.

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Your results after ORSC Intermediate (CRR global)

This course will enable you to: 

  • Integrate the skills and tools of Relationship Intelligence, System Geography and Relationship Path so that you can use them fluidly and flexibly, as the situation demands 
  • Apply coaching techniques for deepening and managing emotionally intense issues in both intimate and organizational relationships
  • Identify and diminish the 'four horsemen of the apocalypse' (highly negative conflict styles) 
  • Understand the function of relationship structures, such as outer and inner roles, for stability in business and personal relationships
  • Recognize and help manage the need for periodic change in these structures in order to avoid 'role nausea' and role rigidity over time
  • Work with diversity issues in both organizational and personal settings (My Land, Your Land, Our Land), using a specific model and tools
  • Identify three critical components of relationship fulfillment (values, myth, relationship as spiritual path, etc.) 
  • Let teams and organizations benefit their full potential

Content of ORSC Intermediate (CRR global)

The core curriculum consists of five courses: one Fundamentals or [00001] and four Intermediate modules. Each intensive Intermediate module lasts three days and is based on experiential learning. The ORSC curriculum has been accredited by the International Coach Federation (ICF). The four-course Intermediate coach training program is intended as the next step for individuals moving towards being a Certified ORSC Coach. The program will be delivered in English.

The program is designed to be taken in the following sequence:  

  • ORSC Intelligence: a roadmap for change 
  • ORSC Geography: roles & structure
  • ORSC Path: vision & potential 
  • ORSC Systems Integration: moving toward mastery



Training days

Intermediate consists of 4 modules of each 3 days. On the second evening of each module you are required to do a practical coaching with a relationship/partnership as a homework assignment.This means coaching two individuals currently in a relationship. You may choose to coach two business partners, colleagues, siblings, friends or a couple as long as they have an existing relationship. This 45 minutes appointment should be arranged prior to the start of the module. The leaders will give you more detailed information about this assignment before the first day of the module. 

Since this course is based on a daily rate you are not obliged to stay at the venue for the night. 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.

Module 1 to 4:

  • Day 1 from 9.30 AM till 5.30 PM (lunch included)
  • Day 2 from 9.30 AM till 5.30 PM (lunch included)
  • Day 3 from 9.30 AM till 5.30 PM (lunch included)

ORSC Intelligence: a roadmap for change

Change is inevitable, constant, and necessary, and the ability to navigate change is a hallmark of systemic health. In this course, you will explore and map the role emotions play in human relationship systems and learn how to help others establish a "locus of control". This paradigm shift will enable them to embrace the idea that change is a normal phenomenon--the key to systemic evolution. This course provides a robust toolkit for increasing emotional resilience in the face of change. After completing this module you will receive 18 CCEU's (ICF).  

ORSC Geography: roles & structure

Geography builds upon the theories and MetaSkills brought forth in the Fundamentals and Intelligence courses. It is, so to speak, where the rubber meets the road. When we start to develop relationships, at work or in our families, we create semi-permanent structures. Geography explores how to recognize and nurture those structures. The two primary components of the Geography course are Lands Work and Roles. After completing this module you will receive 18 CCEU's (ICF).  

ORSC Path: vision & potential

Relationships are inherently generative: they produce something the moment two or more people get together. What is created may be feelings or stories or plans or ideas. It could be something as mundane as a task list or as profound as a baby. In this course you will focus on partnerships as a creative force, and examine sophisticated concepts like the Path of Relationship, Quantum Physics and Dreams while exploring how to create a shared vision and a strategic plan for achieving that vision. After completing this module you will receive 18 CCEU's (ICF).  

ORSC Systems Integration: moving toward mastery 

This is the final course in the Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching™ curriculum. This course provides a learning space where you can deepen the skills of Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching™. This course integrates the dimensions of Intelligence, Geography, and Path through hands-on practice, group supervision, a deepened understanding of the underpinning of the model and practice, practice, practice. After completing this module you will receive 18 CCEU's (ICF).

Group size


The maximum group size for the training course is 30 participants.



Our partnership with CRR enables us to offer the ORSC Program exclusively in the Netherlands. CRR Global is an ICF Certi?ed Coach Training School and the creator of the world-renown curriculum, ORSC. This is the only ICF Certified systems-based training and certification. 

About ICF®

The International Coach 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 Fundamentals training you will receive a certificate which shows that you participated in a 12-hours 'coach training'. This certificate gives access to Intermediate, the next level of the ORSC curriculum. The ICF has stipulated that you cannot miss more then one hour of an ICF accredited course. 


Intermediate is prerequisite for the CRR Global certification program. A comprehensive eight-month program with extensive practice, online study and supervision, which is designed to produce the best ORSC practitioners in the world. Certification moves the ORSC material out of the introductory level to mastery and practical application. This program is accredited by the ICF with 99,5 course training hours.

Dates & Locations

Select a startdate

  • Fri. 08 February 2019
    Lesson days and times
    • Fri. 08 February 2019
      09:30 - 17:30
    • Sat. 09 February 2019
      09:30 - 17:30
    • Sun. 10 February 2019
      09:30 - 17:30
    • Fri. 15 March 2019
      09:30 - 17:30
    • Sat. 16 March 2019
      09:30 - 17:30
    • Sun. 17 March 2019
      09:30 - 17:30
    • Fri. 12 April 2019
      09:30 - 17:30
    • Sat. 13 April 2019
      09:30 - 17:30
    • Sun. 14 April 2019
      09:30 - 17:30
    • Fri. 17 May 2019
      09:30 - 17:30
    • Sat. 18 May 2019
      09:30 - 17:30
    • Sun. 19 May 2019
      09:30 - 17:30

    Courtyard Amsterdam Airport
    Bosweg 15

    • You may take an option for 2 weeks without any obligations.
  • Fri. 06 September 2019
    Lesson days and times
    • Fri. 06 September 2019
      09:30 - 17:30
    • Sat. 07 September 2019
      09:30 - 17:30
    • Sun. 08 September 2019
      09:30 - 17:30
    • Fri. 04 October 2019
      09:30 - 17:30
    • Sat. 05 October 2019
      09:30 - 17:30
    • Sun. 06 October 2019
      09:30 - 17:30
    • Fri. 08 November 2019
      09:30 - 17:30
    • Sat. 09 November 2019
      09:30 - 17:30
    • Sun. 10 November 2019
      09:30 - 17:30
    • Fri. 13 December 2019
      09:30 - 17:30
    • Sat. 14 December 2019
      09:30 - 17:30
    • Sun. 15 December 2019
      09:30 - 17:30

    Mercure Hotel Amsterdam West
    Oude Haagsweg 20

    • You may take an option for 2 weeks without any obligations.



The investment in this course is € 5260,00 (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 € 5786,00. This option can be selected on the registration form found online, or you can indicate this during your personal registration over the telephone. 

Package deal

If you register for Fundamentals and Intemediate before you start with Fundamentals, you will receive € 740,00 discount on the Intermediate price. This discount cannot be combined with other discounts. The highest discount will be valid. Please contact advice@schoutenuniversity.com for further details and advice.

Catering and accommodation

Accommodation, coffee/tea and an extensive buffet lunch costs € 840,00 (excluding VAT).


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.



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Yvet on ORSC Fundamentals and ORSC Intermediate

Why are some teams ready to embrace change while others put up such enormous resistance? Yvet Beckers (37), programme manager with SNS REAAL, found this a fascinating question. She went in search of answers in 2012. At the advice of her line manager, she enrolled in the ORSC Fundamentals course. Soon she learned to view teams in an entirely different light.

‘I did not have to decide where to take the course,’ Yvet recalls. ‘Schouten Global is the only institute in the Netherlands which offers the ORSC certification courses. I started with ORSC Fundamentals and then went on to take the more challenging ORSC Intermediate course, which eventually led to my becoming a certified ORSC coach myself. I have since left SNS REAAL to start my own consultancy, TeamTrots.

I now coach business teams in various situations. I advise groups as they undertake change and improvement processes, and I help organizations wishing to set up autonomous teams or resolve conflicts within their existing teams. My ORSC certification has proven extremely useful, as it has given me a clear advantage within today’s market. There is very high demand for team coaches: this is a booming profession!’

Focus on relationships rather than individuals

‘ORSC is a model which focuses on coaching relationships. It is not so much concerned with individuals but more with the interaction between the members of a project group, a department or an entire organization. As an ORSC coach, I am not interested in who says what or who is right. I help the team members to understand the unwritten rules which they impose on each other, often without realizing it. I train them to think and act from the collective perspective rather than from their individual point of view.’

From  a distance

‘I can give an example based on a real-life situation. One team had a member – let’s call her Mary – who was often praised for the structure she brought to the team. It was Mary who produced the agenda for team meetings, kept track of the action list and monitored progress. Her colleagues had the implicit expectation that she would continue playing this role. That irked her. ‘I really don’t enjoy doing all this on my own,’ she complained, ‘and I find it very tiresome that no one else is willing to get involved!’

During the subsequent discussion, it was clear that other team members were only just starting to appreciate how important the ‘organizer’ is. This was not Mary’s job, but a role she came to fulfil as time went on. The team members realized that it was a shared responsibility and that everyone played a part in this pattern. Mary kept taking on the extra work and the others let her get on with it. Once they were able to distance themselves and examine the situation objectively, they started to suggest ideas for better ways of working.’

Trainers approach us as a team

‘Within the ORSC approach, everything is about the relationships within the team. It is therefore only logical that ORSC trainers should approach the course participants as a team rather than as individuals. This adds an extra dimension to the learning process. Not only did we learn much about team coaching techniques, we also experienced them as a team. The various interests, characters and baggage of the participants offered plenty of material for the trainers to explore. We were able to experience the effect of ORSC at first hand.’ 

Listening to the voice of the team 

‘Perhaps the most striking insight that the course gave me is that the collective voice of the team will always seek a way to be heard. Sometimes that voice is so strong that it appears to come from the team coach. I remember facilitating a coaching session at which I really felt pressed for time. I then realized that this feeling was an expression of the team voice. I therefore asked the group whether they also had the feeling of being rushed. This proved to be the turning point in the session. The team members were indeed feeling stressed. I had intuitively picked up on this.’

ORSC has changed my perspective

‘I have learned to use my own intuition in order to allow teams to listen to their collective voice. That is one huge benefit of the ORSC course. In fact, it has given me far more than I could have hoped. This was so much more than a course which teaches you tips and tricks to help you become a good team coach. ORSC has changed my perspective, my entire way of looking at things. I now take a very different view of teams, myself and the world at large.’

You may take an option for 2 weeks without any obligations.
Jacqueline Metselaar
Advice? 0418-682938

ORSC Intermediate (CRR global)

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