This full day course runs from 9.30am until 4.30pm and runs frequently.
"This course taught me the skills and importance of how to consistently develop reflective practice in my supervisions."
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Target Audience: All Health and Social Care staff who are new to the supervision process.
To offer staff an opportunity to explore supervision as a reflective space for their practice within a health and social care setting.
By the end of the training participants will:
- have an understanding of the role of supervision in an organisational context
- understand the purpose of supervision contracts and the roles of supervisor and supervisee
- be able to distinguish different types of supervision, including the functions of line management, clinical supervision and informal supervision
Duncan Wallace is the Learning and Development coordinator at Health in Mind. Duncan worked and lived with people who are homeless in London and Glasgow before moving into staff training and organisational development work where he has worked with many different types of health and social care organisations.
Alan Burnett is the Training and Development Assistant at Health in Mind and has lived experience of Schizophrenia.
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