Certificate of Attainment in Clinical Supervision 26-27 February 2024 (Singapore)
THIS WORKSHOP IS NOW FULL
ENROL EARLY AND SAVE! Early bird rates apply until 15 January 2024
Early bird fee: $800.00 AUD (payment received by 15 January 2024)
Standard fee: $950.00 AUD (payment received from 16 January 2024)
Please note the Terms and Conditions of enrolment prior to enrolling.
ABOUT THE COURSE:
Certificate of Attainment in Supervision (Singapore)
Successful completion of this course provides participants with the Clinical Supervision Services Certificate of Attainment in Professional Supervision.
The aim of this course is to provide a framework for conducting and evaluating effective clinical supervision using a competency based framework incorporating reflective practice. Participants will develop the necessary skills for setting up a rewarding clinical supervision relationship to enhance supervisee learning and skill development, considering the systemic issues of their workplace/team and client group.
How the course is structured (51 hours):
Part 1: Pre-Workshop Supervision Workbook with self-assessment and learning tasks (35 hours)
Part 2: 2-day Interactive skills based workshop (14 hours)
Part 3: Post-Workshop 2-hour Supervision Group Session (2 hours)
Part 1: Supervision E-Workbook (digital)
Prior to attending the 2-day workshop participants are provided with a Supervision e-Workbook covering core preparatory readings, learning resources, links to clinical supervision training videos and podcast lectures. As a participant of the Clinical Supervisor Training Package, you will be expected to work through and complete all learning and the self-assessment tasks. This workbook is an invaluable guide that covers how to set up, conduct and evaluate effective supervision.
Topics covered in the E-Workbook include:
Chapter 1: Overview of Supervision
Chapter 2: Models of Clinical Supervision
Chapter 3: Preparing for Supervision
Chapter 4: Methods and Techniques
Chapter 5: Reflective Practice
Chapter 6: Ethical Issues
Chapter 7: Evaluation and feedback.
Part 2: 2 day workshop (26-27 February 2024 - Face to face workshop - Singapore)
At the completion of the workshop, participants will be able to:
understand the key concepts involved in setting up and maintaining a collaborative clinical supervision relationship, using evidence based practice and considering professional practice and workplace guidelines
have a well-defined theoretical understanding from which to base clinical supervision practice
identify the roles and responsibilities within a clinical supervision framework, including consideration of the ethical and legal parameters of clinical practice
discuss prospective supervisor’s and supervisee’s knowledge and understanding of the supervisory process
be able to identify the supervisee’s strengths and needs for supervision
demonstrate and provide information on how to structure individual, peer and group supervision sessions
explore and provide a framework on how to give feedback regarding clinical practice and case management
learn how to deal with ‘crises’ and stressful situations which may arise for the supervisee in regards to their clinical practice
identify and provide information on how to evaluate supervision sessions and maximise supervisee professional development
develop skills to balance both administrative and clinical responsibilities.
Part 3: Supervision Group Consultation Session - Zoom Videoconference (2 hours - Date negotiated with participants)
The Supervision Group Consultation Session will provide an opportunity for participants to collectively review how you have applied the course content as a supervisor using a supervision log and reflective journal. This is a group session conducted via Zoom approximately 6 weeks post workshop - date to be advised.
Certificate of Completion
On successful completion of the course, participants will be issued with a Clinical Supervision Services Certificate of Attainment in Professional Supervision.
PRESENTER: Christine Senediak
Christine Senediak is a PsyBA supervisor trainer with over 40 years of clinical, education and supervisory experience. She supervises widely providing individual, peer, group and organisational supervision to psychiatrists, psychologists and other health clinicians working in child and adolescent and family services, schools, adult mental health, drug health, gambling, sexual assault, cross-cultural and trauma services. She divides her time between education, clinical work and supervision. Christine employs a competency based and reflective practice approach to supervision enhancing self-awareness of relational issues between therapist, client and systems. Christine incorporates elements of systemic, cognitive behavioural, mindfulness and person-centred therapies in supervision and training.
Course Flyer: Singapore 2024 Clinical Supervisor Training Package (PDF)
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