Coaching at Henley – the way to become a professional coach

Benefit from many advantages when you take your PCEC at Henley!

Coaching at Henley – the way to become a professional coach

Educate yourself further!

“Anyone who has reached the level of Master Coach knows that the journey does not end, but progresses steadily to discover new things and to learn and add them to the mastery.”
– Jonathan Passmore, Director, The Henley Centre for Coaching

The Professional Certificate in Executive Coaching (PCEC) is a triple-accredited training to become a professional and modern coach, fit for the problems of the 21st century. In co-operation with the International Coach Federation, after successful completion of the programme, our programme participants receive the first level of ICF certification, the ACC – Associate Certified Coach, and thus international professional recognition within the coaching profession.

This seal of approval guarantees quality and professional integrity and sets the course for further training towards becoming a PCC (Professional Certified Coach) and MCC (Master Certified Coach).

Henley also offers the coaching community further and advanced training in Germany and Great Britain: The PCEC forms the foundation of the MSc in Coaching & Behavioral Change which is a 3-stage academic Masters with more in-depth topics anchored in relevant theory and practice. Other programmes include certificates to become a Coaching Supervisor, for Group Coaching and also for working with Systemic Constellations.

As a graduate of the PCEC, each participant is automatically an alumnus of Henley Business School as well as a member of the Henley Centre for Coaching, granting them access to the latest research results, free (or heavily discounted) webinars, seminars and other training at an international level.

Christoph Raudonat

Managing Director, Business School Germany


Chris Raudonat is responsible for the business operations of Henley Business School in Germany. He centres his energy on the strategic direction and development of the organisation, programme sales and recruitment, communication as well as leadership learning / coaching. In the past he worked with a number of international non-profit and civil society organisations to manage their projects and increase their potential by assisting them in the development and implementation of their business strategies.

He is furthermore an executive coach, focusing on cognitive behaviour and positive psychology approaches and helps clients to become the best they can be by exploring innovative approaches to management learning both in practice and academics.

Chris is currently researching the specifics of interim leadership in the gig-economy and gig-leadership while engaging in a MSc/DBA programme at Henley Business School. He is a frequent speaker at industry events and holds degrees in Sociology, Social/Organisational Psychology, Law and Economics as well as an MBA from Henley Business School.