Various authors, e.g. Epstein; Austin and Akin describe supervision as a scientifically based process whereby the supervisor guides the supervisee in the development of his / her professional capacity to enable him / her to function independently and autonomously. In implementing this responsibility, the supervisor performs supervisory functions in interaction with the supervisee in the context of a positive professional relationship.
- A minimum requirement to attend this training is the Basic Counselling Skills 1 and 2 trainings or a recognized Basic Counselling skills training.
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By the end of this training participants should be able to:
- Describe the key supervision functions: administrative, supportive, and educational
- Have a basic understanding of the situational leadership supervision model
- Contract with a supervisee
- Have a basic understanding of the implications of the new national supervision framework
- Demonstrate an awareness of the transition from worker to supervisor
- Contracting in supervision
- Expectations, responsibilities and Roles
- Collaboratively establishing the professional maturity level
- Contracting around the supervision style
- Establishing the goal of supervision
- Establishing an educational contract
- The functions of supervision
- Personality enrichment
- Application of the Situational Leadership Supervision Modal
- Determining the main key performance areas of the post
- Determining the professional maturity level of the worker
- Determining the supervision style
- Supervision phases and SLS model
- Regressive cycle
- Making the transition to become a supervisor
- Challenges and Frustrations o Factors affecting the Transition from Worker to Supervisor
- Cross Cultural and Gender Issues