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Supervision skills print version | course feedback

 
 
     
Duration: This is a two day course

Tutor(s): Susan Moores.

Dates:

   
16/05/2018 and 17/05/2018    
     
Notes: Please contact us for a detailed course outline with full agenda.    


Course Outline

   
Effective supervision is an essential element of high quality service delivery. Exploring new approaches to line managing staff, you will look at the purpose and parameters of supervision, recording templates and an overview of theoretical frameworks. The course provides space to develop strategies and confidence to respond to complex issues, challenge effectively and support and motivate staff. Working alongside others in a supervisory role you will come away with different perspectives and guidance to improve your practice.

   

Aims

   
  • to equip participants with the knowledge to develop a systematic approach to effective supervision
  • to offer an introduction to theoretical frameworks that will underpin practice
  • to further develop participantsí skills and confidence to deliver effective supervision
   

Objectives

   
By the end of the course participants will have had opportunities to:

  • explore participantís knowledge, experience and attitude to supervision, both personal and organisational.
  • gain an integrated approach to the content of supervision
  • agree some basic principles in delivering effective supervision
  • create a checklist of items that should be included on a supervision agenda
  • consider the range of skills, qualities and roles involved in supervision
  • explore and practice ideas to improve effective challenging and intervention in situations that arise within supervision sessions
  • be introduced to a range of theoretical frameworks
       

    Agenda

       
    Please contact us for an up to date course outline.    
         
    Competences - CFAM & LDB3, LDB4; NHS KSF G6