Coaches work in complex and sensitive social and political environments that require the use of a rare combination of skills, knowledge, personal qualities and concern for professional ethics.
The aim of our flagship qualification is to support you and enable you to develop yourself as an executive coach to the full extent of your potential. The programme is designed to adapt to your personal strengths and coaching philosophy, to help you become the best coach you can be for a large variety of clients.
At a glance
Part-time (two years)
Study at Ashridge House or Live Online
Two alternative streams: Individual Coaching or Team Coaching
2 face-face and 2 live online intakes per year
Postgraduate Certificate in Executive Coaching
This module comprises 10 days of workshops (face-to-face or online) and a personal reflective journey. This can be completed as a standalone qualification.
Individual Coaching (five, two-day workshops)
Team Coaching (four workshops over 10 days)
Postgraduate Diploma in Executive Coaching
This consists of an individual coaching accreditation assessment - a half-day preparation workshop and a one-day practicum which includes live coaching. You will achieve Ashridge Accredited Executive Coach status upon successful completion of this assessment. The European Mentoring & Coaching Council recognises this achievement with a European Individual Award (EIA) at Senior Practitioner Level.
Masters in Executive Coaching
The purpose of this final year is to further develop your coaching style towards a mindful and relational presence. It is designed around 4 workshops which include guest presentations from leaders in the field and integrate different theoretical models and frameworks.
Online Masters in Executive Coaching
Today's workplace requires successful relationships to be hybrid. Executive coaches are increasingly working online.
With this in mind, we are now providing the option to complete the Masters in Executive Coaching online. The teaching may be online, but you will experience a highly practical and relational learning environment, providing a safe space for personal and professional transformation.
Our Coaching Faculty
Many of our coaching faculty are qualified psychotherapists as well as practicing executive coaches. As well as teaching on the online Masters in Executive Coaching they research coaching practice, author books and contribute to academic journals.
Erik de Haan
MA, MSc, PHD
BA (Hons), MSc, MCIPD, DipM, ATT
BSc (Hons), MSc, MA, C.Psychol, D.Occ.Psych
MA, MSc, PGCE, Teaching/Supervising Transactional Analyst (ITAA)
MA (Oxon), MSc (Organisational Change), MSc (Gestalt Psychotherapy), Dip. Supervision
BA(Hons), DipClinPsych, DPsych, AFBPsS
BA/DipS, MSc, MA
BA (Hons), PGCE, MSc, PG Cert Supervision
How to apply
The application process will require the candidate to:
Submit a completed application form or online application
Provide details of two referees
Attend a virtual interview
An undergraduate or master's degree, or equivalent academic award, or if you are a mature individual without an academic qualification, evidence of appropriate conceptual and study skills
Minimum of three years' experience in an organisational consulting or coaching role
Proficiency in English
|Master's in Executive Coaching||23,175 GBP|
|Postgraduate Certificate + Diploma (inc. accreditation)||12,300 GBP|
|Postgraduate Certificate||8,900 GBP|
|Start Dates||Application Deadlines|
|10th October 2022 - Virtual (Live Online)||4th September 2022|
|12th January 2023 - Face to Face (Ashridge House)||18th December 2022|
|20th March 2023 - Virtual (Live Online)||19th February 2023|
|22nd May 2023 - Face to Face (Ashridge House)||23rd April 2023|
All fees are excluding VAT
Request a call back from our admissions officer, Caroline Monfort. Or you can contact her directly on +44 (0)1442 902204