£4,950 excluding accommodation. VAT exempt.
Part-time - combining short residential workshops and home study
Coaching Supervision: Developing your commitment to professional best practice
The Henley Professional Certificate in Supervision is designed to enable experienced executive coaches, mentors, psychologists, change consultants and managers to develop core supervision skills.
Becoming a coaching supervisor is a natural next step for an experienced coach, consultant, or psychologist and those utilising a coaching approach. Coaching supervision brings ongoing benefits to not only the coach but also their individual clients and client organisations; a coaching supervisor will monitor practice quality, develop practice capability and capacity, and be able to contribute to organisational learning.
In addition to developing coaching supervision knowledge and skills, this part-time qualification programme offers experienced executive coaches, consultants and psychologists:
- a quality assurance statement of coaching supervision training from a triple-accredited coaching centre
- A supportive peer-group and networking opportunities
- Alumni status and benefits.
Designed with members of the Bath Consultancy Group faculty
The programme has been designed in partnership with the leading members of Bath Consultancy Group: Peter Hawkins, Nick Smith and Gil Schwenk, who are recognised as the founders of professional supervision.
The teaching team includes Peter Hawkins and Nick Smith, who have published several bestselling books on supervision, Gil Schwenk, Eve Turner and Jonathan Passmore whose research into coaching supervision, means this programme will set the standards for the coming decade, as this team defined the agenda for coaching supervision for the past decade.
Join an executive coaching programme recognised by a leading coaching organisation
The Henley Professional Certificate in Supervision is accredited by the European Mentoring & Coaching Council (EMCC), which gives you the confidence and the professional qualification needed for your on going practice, combined with a university award.
Who is the Henley Professional Certificate in Supervision for?
- Experienced practitioners - they will develop the technical skills and perspective to support the work of other practitioners, as well as optimise their own current practice skills
- A wide range of practitioners who wish to supervise work to facilitate change in individuals, teams and organisations
- 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.
Programme format and duration
Part-time, typically studied over 12 months. You will attend three two-day workshops at Henley Business School, alongside online learning through videos and exercises, extensive coaching supervision practice and 360-degree feedback.
Programme structure and content
Pre workshop study
Before Workshop 1 you will have access to your online learning portal including resources from the Academic Resource Centre, and we will invite you to undertake some online learning including reading, and reflection before you come to the first workshop.
You will then complete the following workshops:
- Workshop 1: Coaching and supervision models, including developing understanding and application of the Seven Eyed model of supervision
- Workshop 2: Group supervision, including developing your ability to see systemic patterns
- Workshop 3: Increasing the impact of the coaching supervisor
Personal development and assessment
During the Henley Professional Certificate in Supervision you will:
- Be required to undertake 50 hours of coaching supervision practice outside the workshops
- Use a Learning Log to bring together all the different learning elements from the course and your self-reflection on your practice
- Complete 10 hours of supervision on your practice supervision with your own personal supervisor
- Complete a 5000 word written assignment reflecting on your supervision practice.
You will be able to incorporate your new skills into your practice, and offer supervision alongside coaching services.
You will have ongoing contact with Henley Business School through:
- Access to resources from the online learning portal for up to 12 months
- University of Reading and Henley alumni status
Benefits for participants
You will maximise your capacity to develop individuals and groups and improve their practice over time; including:
- Understanding and working with the way assumptions are blocking change
- Increasing your flexibility regarding different ways of responding, so as to model potential change for supervisees.
Alongside development of your skills and confidence you will gain:
- Membership of The Henley Centre for Coaching (for programme duration) with access to monthly webinars, podcasts, networking events, magazines, journals, and discounts on many events and services
- A quality assurance statement of coaching supervision training from a triple-accredited coaching centre at a global business school
- A supportive peer-group
- Excellent networking opportunities
- University alumni status - with the opportunity to use Henley’s facilities and library post graduation.
Benefits for your organisation
As a supervisor you will be able to:
- Develop practice capability and capacity of others
By helping practitioners reflect on their practice, a supervisor encourages self-awareness and stimulates better, more fluent practice.
- Monitor practice quality within the organisation
Regular supervision allows your organisation to spot poor practice early and intervene through the support of the supervisor. It provides a safety net and helps protect the organisation from the effects of bad practice.
- Draw organisational learning from change activity
Reflection on or during supervision can spot patterns of activity and dynamics across your organisation that can be used to inform the development agenda and activity.
Location and facilities
We pride ourselves on understanding the need to create an environment which is both relaxing and comfortable enabling work and study to be focused and effective. From our unique riverside location to our impressive amenities, we provide an ideal environment for meeting success.
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Balancing busy work schedules with relaxation and exercise is an important aspect of our approach at Henley. The fully equipped and professionally staffed Fitness Centre with views overlooking the beautiful grounds and River Thames has everything needed to restore a sense of well being.
At our Greenlands site we provide a variety of meeting rooms and conference facilities. Our rooms have been designed with an emphasis on practicality with many of our rooms benefiting from the latest presentation equipment to ensure that your meeting runs smoothly.
The conference rooms at Greenlands, Henley, all feature air conditioning, natural daylight and excellent acoustics, as well as state-of-the-art AV and presentation technology controlled by bluetooth touch screens, free WiFi access, laptop connections, networked PC and large screens. Our larger rooms also have repeater screens. Each conference room has access to dedicated syndicate and break-out rooms and refreshment areas close by. Stationery, flipcharts, photocopying facilities and whiteboards are included as standard.
All syndicate and meeting rooms at Henley are fitted with a large screen, networked PC, whiteboards and have free WiFi access and laptop connections. River House 1-14 are also fitted with Copycam, allowing users to capture whiteboard notes at the touch of a button. Digital recorders, video and stills cameras are also available on request. All are laid out boardroom style.
We have 100 rooms including some with disabled facilities. All rooms are en-suite & include a safe, trouser press, laptop connection with free Wi-Fi access, direct dial telephone, satellite TV with radio, Molton Brown toiletries, tea & coffee making facilities and a hair dryer. Photograph of Thames Court accommodation.
Full English breakfast is served in our main dining room, which overlooks the River Thames. Our dedicated staff maintain the facility 24 hours a day, seven days a week. All guest rooms receive daily housekeeping services.
When it comes to dining, we offer you choice, quality and flexibility. We understand that you also want facilities that are conducive to networking, and dining arrangements that integrate seamlessly with the other aspects of your day. Henley is renowned for both its excellent standards of service and the high quality of cuisine. The chefs and their professional staff are able to offer the sophistication of a memorable evening dinner in the spacious dining room, with its views over the lawns down to the Thames.
Fresh, varied breakfasts are prepared by award-winning chefs and served each morning in the beautiful, riverside restaurant - the Heyworth Room.
Several tea and coffee areas are situated throughout the buildings, the Garden Common Room is situated beside the Heyworth Room and is open throughout the day and evening offering a wide range of Fairtrade drinks and a selection of biscuits. The bar is open each evening serving a full range of drinks.
Henley Conference Centre and Hotel
Set in its own 30 acre estate in the beautiful Oxfordshire countryside, alongside the River Thames, this magnificent Grade II Listed Building offers excellent conference, meeting and event facilities and provides a spectacular setting for any gathering. For more information about booking our beautiful facilities please visit the Henley Conferences website.
History of Greenlands
Records indicate that there has been a house on our Greenlands site for 500 years, although the house would have originally been much closer to the river.
Greenlands has been home to a series of notable families and individuals throughout its lifetime. These include Thomas Chaucer, son of Geoffrey Chaucer; Robert D'Oyley, Sheriff of Oxfordshire in 1573; Bulstrode Whitelock, Oliver Cromwell's Ambassador to Sweden and most recently WH Smith, who bought the existing house in 1871. Queen Elizabeth I is also known to have visited on more than one occasion, most likely when staying at her royal palace in Reading.
The site became the home of a new Administrative Staff College in 1946, first welcoming students in 1948. In 1952, after the unexpected death of Viscount Hambleden from whom the College leased the site, an opportunity to purchase Greenlands' 30 acres arose. The College was renamed Henley Management College in 1991, and following the 2008 merger with the University of Reading became Henley Business School. Today, the world-ranked Henley MBA, The Henley DBA and our executive education programmes are delivered at Greenlands.
Offers & Discounts
Henley alumni are eligible for 10% discount off the programme fee.
10% reduction on the programme fee for members of The Henley Partnership
A 50% discount is available to employees of UK registered charities - please note that the discount is applied at Henley Business School's discretion and to confirm eligibility please contact email@example.com.
When booking multiple open programmes which are paid for upfront, the following discount structure applies:
2-4 people = 10% reduction 5-9 people = 15% reduction 10+ people = 20% reduction
Please note: Only one discount can apply
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The Henley Experience
Helping you become exceptional is at the heart of everything we do. The Henley Experience is highly practical, collaborative and academically rigorous. We develop confident leaders and professionals who are able to take a fresh perspective and have the energy, capability and resilience to ensure that they and their organisations are successful.
THE HENLEY EXPERIENCE:
- Rigour & relevance
The Henley Experience is much more than a set of principles. It is ingrained in our spirit and fundamental to our purpose and heritage, characterising the way we can help you to deliver exceptional performance.
We engage with you at the deepest level, fostering a shared spirit of curiosity, exploration, investigation and learning. We collaborate with you in order to challenge assumptions and mindsets, and get to the heart of the real business issues you face.
By creating a safe environment that promotes self-reflection, you are able to ask yourself those crucial questions that allow you to learn more about what informs your strategic business decisions and actions.
We work closely with you to diagnose your strategic individual and organisational aims. We then identify programmes that are best aligned to these goals, or we can co-evolve a learning design specifically aimed at achieving these strategic outcomes.
RIGOUR & RELEVANCE
We draw on world-class research and originate leading-edge thinking – but theory remains theory unless it is applied to real-world business. All of our programmes are delivered by experienced faculty who integrate academic rigour with commercial application. What you learn translates into business results.
Our customers rely on our long history and global reputation for successful executive development. These strengths underlie our responsible and collaborative way of working with you to co-create the very best executive learning experiences and commercial outcomes.
At Henley we know we cannot just be exceptional – we are here to help you become exceptional.