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This course provides everything both new and experienced supervisors need to know to provide excellent supervision. It focusses on the “how” of supervision rather than the “what” i.e. we together answer the question “What am I supposed to actually DO when I’m supervising?”

If you have ever felt that you were supervising by the “seat of your pants”, been unsure whether you were meeting your supervisee’s needs, or questioned your competence as a supervisor, this is the course for you!

Training provided by Margaret Morrell. BA Hons. Diploma of Social Work (1973)

The Course Will Cover:

  • The tasks, purpose and components of good quality supervision
  • A variety of models of supervision
  • How to establish & maintain a trusting, productive supervisory relationship
  • The value of the negotiated agreement or contract
  • The core supervisory skills – the Supervisor’s “Toolbox”
  • How to promote reflective practice with supervisees
  • The “5-Eyed Supervisee”. Engaging supervisees in the supervision process
  • How to effectively review and evaluate the supervision relationship
  • The Supervisor’s Role in enhancing Ethical Practice

 

Date: Tuesday, 7th to Thursday, 9th November 2017 – 9:00am – 3:30pm

Venue: The Benevolent Society, Ground Floor, 189 Coronation Drive, Milton Qld 4064

Cost: $800 inc GST

Click here to access the flyer and registration form. Registrations close Friday, 6th October.