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Supervision for Supervisors Course with Vibrant Training

Wednesday, December 14, 2016   Posted in: Training By: Administrator With tags: Training, Courses

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". 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!
Come to this course and learn how to reflect on your supervision practice, so you can constantly improve the supervision you provide.

Dates: Tuesday 28th to Thursday 30th March 2017
Times: 9am to 3.30 pm each day
Location: Te Puawaitanga (153 Gilberthorpes Road, Hornby)
Fee: $695 per person including GST. This includes morning tea and a handbook of resources. Lunch is not provided.

Numbers are limited to 12.  Contact Shirley Percasky for a registration form (shirley.percasky[at]earlystart.co.nz).

Margaret Morrell (BA.Hons, Dip Soc Wk, MANZASW, Registered Social Worker, MAITD) will provide:

  • An interactive and enjoyable workshop.
  • A safe, reflective learning environment.
  • Simple, practical frameworks and models
  • A focus on the "how to" of supervision
  • Opportunities to learn from others
  • A comprehensive handbook to take away

You will learn:

  • What quality supervision looks like.
  • How to establish and maintain a trusting, productive supervisory relationship.
  • The value and purpose of the individually negotiated supervision agreement.
  • How to structure a supervisory discussion to promote learning and growth
  • The supervisor's "toolbox" and how to choose your tools to most benefit the supervisee.
  • How to model and promote reflective practice with supervisees.
  • How to engage supervisees in the supervision process. The "5-Eyed Supervisee".
  • How to deal with ethical issues and dilemmas in your supervisees' practice.

Margaret is a social worker with over 30 years supervision experience. Since 1998, her practice passion has been to
develop accessible, practice-based training for supervisors and supervisees. Margaret has an excellent reputation for providing high quality, enjoyable supervision training for social workers and allied health professionals in health settings, government departments and NGOs throughout Australia and New Zealand.

Margaret's workshops receive consistently positive evaluations both for the material she presents and for her training style.

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