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This one day course is from 9.30am to 4.30pm

Who should come on the course

We consider this course as part of our Core Learning Series. The role of supervision is to provide a reflective practice space for all Health and Social Care staff. The course is essential for all staff who are new to the supervision process and a great refresher for supervisors and experienced staff.

The aims of the course

The course aims to offer participants an opportunity to explore supervision as a reflective space for their practice within a health and social care setting.

The objectives of the course

Participants will finish the course with:
• An understanding of the role of supervision in an organisational context
•  An understanding of the purpose of supervision contracts and roles of supervisors and supervisee
• An opportunity to practice the skills involved in providing and receiving reflective supervision
• An understanding of the different types of supervision, including the functions of line management, clinical supervision and informal supervision
• A chance to explore the dynamics that can push or pull supervision relationships away from their goals.

Our trainer

Duncan Wallace is the Learning and Development Co-ordinator at Health in Mind. Duncan worked and lived with people who are homeless in London and Glasgow before moving into staff training and organizational development work where he has worked with many different types of health and social care organisations.