INTRODUCTION TO SUPERVISION
DATE: 5 March 2021
TIME: 8.45 to 4.30
VENUE: Eat Speak Learn
Chandler St, Belconnen
Morning & Afternoon Tea & Lunch provided
With Discount Code
Without Discount Code
Due to COVID quarantine requirements we have moved this course back to 5 March and failing that to 26 March. If you are interested in booking a place please do so and I will provide regular updates. Invoices will not be issued until we have a firm date locked in
General Information about the course
The Introduction to Supervision Skills course is designed for people new to the role or seeking to take on such a role in the near future. Workers with some responsibility for students may find it of value in fulfilling that task.
The course is designed around the expressed needs of the participants attending and provides a theoretical framework using a model developed by Brigid Proctor et al. Course members are given the opportunity to put the framework into practice as well as exploring problems and issues that they are currently facing. Guidelines for quality feedback, learning style inventory and worker wellbeing make up the programme. Participants attending this course will be offered a substantial discount on a future Advanced Supervision Skills course run by Stara; see above for terms and conditions.
Certificates of Attendance
Certificates of Attendance are issued to all participants who attend all sessions and complete the practice elements of the course.
The aim of this course is to provide a framework to establish an effective and durable supervision culture within the workplace.
By the conclusion of this workshop participants will:
Define the purpose of supervision.
Explore the importance of building a supervision relationship. Apply learning styles within a supervisory context.
Explore common challenges associated with supervision, including use of power and authority.
Practice skills in providing feedback, particularly in relation to performance
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.