Hear about Henley's coaching qualifications from the Programme Directors, tutors and current students.
|Date||19 May 2022|
|Time||10:00-16:30 (Timezone: Europe/London)|
Event types:Open days
Join us online for the Coaching Open Day on Thursday 19 May 2022 and learn all about coaching at Henley, our portfolio of accredited programmes and The Henley Centre for Coaching and its community.
There will be opportunities to meet the Programme Directors and hear from current students and recent alumni.
We are running multiple sessions throughout the day via the same Zoom link. Please feel free to attend any of the sessions detailed below that are of interest to you.
10:00 - 11:00
This programme is for those with some knowledge or experience of coaching who wish to extend and develop their skills and the influence of coaching in their organisations.
It is studied part-time over 9 months. You can choose between in-person or live-online delivery, for either format, you will undertake a minimum of 20 hours of coaching practice outside of the workshops and virtual supported study.
The assessment is through a portfolio which includes a 2000 word reflection on your development as a coach and a recorded coaching session demonstrating your coaching skills.
“I’ve certainly gained a great deal of self-confidence, and I think that understanding why the things I do work, has made me – and my coaching – more effective.”Graham Roberts, Professional Certificate in Executive Coaching Alumni
11:30 - 12:00
When you’re considering a qualification in coaching there’s much to consider, so, why us?
The Henley Centre for Coaching is a global leader in coaching research and coach training – just ask our members:
“Henley adds a level of professionalism to your coaching and it offers the perfect balance between the academic and the practical business side of coaching.”Rebecca Beck, Executive and Personal Coach
The Henley Centre for Coaching is a vibrant learning community where coaches across the world connect and learn collaboratively, share ideas to develop new thinking and practice in coaching. We provide professional development for coaches through:
The Henley coaching team consists of leading practitioners and academics who are shaping the coaching profession. Their writing, thinking and research informs our teaching and ensures our programmes are at the cutting edge of coaching practice.
12:00 - 13:00
This programme is for those who wish to develop their coaching capabilities further and improve their understanding of the business and organisational context of executive coaching.
It is studied part-time over 30 months, in 3 stages.
NB - For those that are interested in finding out more about The Henley MSc in Coaching for Behavioural Change, we recommend also attending The Henley Professional Certificate in Executive Coaching session. The PCEC forms Module 1 of the MScCBC and must be studied (via any cohort starting before the end of September 2022) before commencing Module 2 in January 2023.
14:00 - 15:00
This programme extends further than one-to-one coaching to address system-wide organisational change and development.
It is studied part-time over 9 months. This programme forms part two of the ICF-accredited Henley ACTP programme*.
With an increased focus on organisational performance, the programme enables participants to better understand the complexities of systems within organisations, inter-group relationships and working with stakeholders at all levels including boards. As a coaching professional you will be better equipped to deliver individual, team and organisational change and support the high demand for better performing teams.
* The Henley Professional Certificate in Team, Board and Systemic Coaching is accredited by the International Coach Federation (ICF) and is designed to form part two of the Henley Approved Coach Training Programme (ACTP), the Henley Postgraduate Certificate in Executive and Team Coaching, with part one being the Henley Professional Certificate in Executive Coaching.
15:15 - 16:15
The Professional Certificate in Supervision is a programme where you learn by doing. You will engage in reflective practice throughout. You will be required to undertake coaching supervision during the course, and reflect on your learning. This will be supported by core content which will incorporate key supervision models and frameworks for working with individuals and groups. The approach adopted is one of an adult learning community and we aim to create a psychologically safe learning space where we can all learn together.
It is studied part-time over 9 months. The programme is EMCC accredited and we are also working towards attaining ICF CCEU*s.