First triple-accredited coaching programme with world-class faculty available in Finland. Download brochure

Professional Certificate in Coaching

As coaching has become a significant part of the learning and development strategy for most organisations, there has been a drive for greater professionalism and quality.

Henley offers the quality assurance of a university qualification, coaching accreditation and the credibility of a leading international business school to help coaches differentiate themselves in an unregulated and competitive market.

The Henley Professional Certificate in Coaching is the first triple-accredited coaching programme (AC, ICF, EMCC) with world-class faculty available in Finland.

Professional Certificate in Coaching

Our tutors are highly experienced, senior-level practising executive coaches, with strong grounding in both psychology and executive education. Their work in coaching practice and research feeds back into the coaching programmes at Henley.

The Henley Professional Certificate in Coaching (15 ECTS) will appeal to anyone who wishes to develop personal coaching skills, either from within their organisation or as an external provider. The programme is designed for coaches, managers and practitioners with some previous formal or informal knowledge or experience in coaching.

Upon completion of the Henley Professional Certificate in Coaching, you will be equipped to progress your study further to the Henley MSc in Coaching & Behavioural Change.

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The Henley Professional Certificate in Coaching is also delivered in the UK, Germany and South Africa.


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Professional Certificate in Coaching in a nutshell

Start: 7 October 2019
Duration: Typically 9 months with 7 days of workshops over 5 months, plus 4 months of coach mentoring, coaching practice, reflection and coaching supervision
ECTS: 15 
Language: English 
Faculty: UK + International 
Fee (Finland): € 5,700 (+ VAT 24%), excluding accommodation and travel costs

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