DATE    18, 19 & 20 August 2021

TIME: 8.45 to 4.30

VENUE: Fremantle Park Sport & Community

               Community Centre

                33 Ellen St, Fremantle

Price Perth

First Release

Second Release

Final Release

Group 5+ 10% Discount


DATE 9, 10 & 11 June 2021

TIME: 8.45 to 4.30

VENUE: Fremantle Park Sport & Community

               Community Centre

                33 Ellen St, Fremantle

Price Perth

First Release  SOLD OUT

Second Release SOLD OUT

Final Release $1012

Group 5+ 10% Discount

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If you are interested in the course being offered in a regional centre or another State please contact us for details. We generally require a minimum of 12 to 15 participants and some help with recruitment and local advice with venues and catering


We hope to hold a consistent price for all WA based courses but remote venues may cost slightly more. A sliding scale makes it worthwhile booking early for the best deal.

Group Bookings 5+ 10% discount on the First Release price. Must be booked at the same time.

Group Bookings 12+ Please contact Neil to discuss terms and conditions


Payment by instalments available for self-funding participants. Email me for details


Terms & Conditions
Price is inclusive of GST
First and Second Release places are limited and are offered on a first come first served basis.

10% Administration fee for cancellations after payment.
10% For change of name after registration

No refunds for cancellations in the week prior to event

Agencies will be notified of participant absences

Facilitators will not report back to agencies on individual participants without that participants permission and attendance at any meeting

Certificates of Attendance

Certificates of Attendance are issued to all participants who attend all sessions and complete the practice elements of the course. In circumstances where people miss significant elements of the course we will offer a letter clearly stating what was actually attended.


This workshop will provide participants with a framework to establish an effective and durable supervision/clinical education culture within health and human service orientated organisations.


By the conclusion of this workshop participants will:

  • Identify and explore domains of supervision

  • Identify and explore the CLEAR model for providing supervision

  • Demonstrate essential skills using the domains and model for quality supervision

  • Examine challenges to providing effective supervision

  • Demonstrate effective feedback skills

  • Structure responses to difficult situations in supervision

  • Apply elements of emotional literacy to supervision practice

  • Apply elements of critical reflection to supervision practice

  • Demonstrate self-awareness in supervision


There are no pre-requisites for this course, however it is most helpful for people who are in positions where they manage staff or have responsibility for a student.