Who should attend
Experienced practitioners including both in-house and independent executive coaches
A range of practitioners who wish to supervise work to facilitate change in individuals, teams and organisations
Those interested in developing skills in supervision and reflective practice such as leaders, consultants, mentors and psychologists.
- A minimum of five years' experience of coaching practice, plus a previous coaching qualification
- If you have an Henley MSc in Coaching & Behavioural Change (or equivalent), we'd look for at least one year of the total coaching practice being post MSc, or
- If you have completed the Henley Professional Certificate in Coaching (or equivalent), we'd look for three years' of the total coaching practice being post Professional Certificate
We always look at submissions on a case by case basis. If you do not precisely meet the admissions requirements listed above but have significant coaching experience, please enquire with the team.
About the course
Gain the skills you need to facilitate real change in individuals and organisations with the Professional Certificate in Supervision.
- Develop your skills in supervision and reflective practice
- Understand and apply the seven-eyed model of supervision
- Understand how to monitor coaching practice quality and contribute to wider learning within your organisation
- Accredited by the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC)
The Professional Certificate in Supervision is currently being redesigned. If you have any questions or are interested in finding out more, please contact our programme advisors at email@example.com.
Designed for coaching practitioners, our Professional Certificate in Supervision is an accredited part-time course that is normally taken over 12 months.
If you have substantial coaching experience and want to refine your supervision skills and reflective coaching practice for maximum impact, this programme may prove a good fit. It combines three residential workshops with online learning via a combination of videos, exercises, coaching supervision practice and 360-degree feedback.
The Professional Certificate in Supervision requires you to undertake 50 hours of coaching supervision practice alongside your studies.
Maximise your coaching supervision skills and resilience
Refine your coaching supervision technique
Optimise your ability to develop individuals and groups
Understand and tackle the ways that assumptions block change
Improve the flexibility of your responses and model change for others
Develop coaching capability and capacity within your organisation
Help coaching practitioners reflect on their practice
Monitor and uphold practice quality in your organisation
Encourage organisational learning
Professor Peter Hawkins is part-time Professor of Leadership at Henley Business School where he is researching next generation leadership and leadership development. He is also Visiting Professor at the Universities of Bath and Oxford Brookes. He is founder and Emeritus Chairman of Bath Consultan...
Jonathan is a chartered psychologist and holds five degrees, including an MBA and a doctorate in occupational psychology. His doctoral thesis focused on the coaching relationships and behaviours. His current research interests include coaching supervisor and ethics, neuroscience of coaching, coac...
Eve brings a wealth of experience from business to her role as a coach and supervisor. She was a senior leader running a BBC division with 250 staff, in a fast-paced industry that was constantly in flux. Eve dealt with wide-scale change, starting new services, recruiting, retaining and developin...
Gil Schwenk is an executive coach, supervisor and trainer of coaching and supervision. He has a substantial coach supervision practice including individuals, groups and supervision of supervisors. Previously, Gil was on the faculty of Bath Consultancy Group’s Coaching Supervision Certificate. He...
Nick is an executive coach and executive coach supervisor of many years’ experience. His particular interest is in creating transformational change in both the coaching and supervision context. He holds three degrees and has a clinical training in family therapy. He was one of the first people to...
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Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.