Overview:

This workshop reviews the basic components of supervision,
locates reflective practice within a competency-based approach,
establishes a clear frame for reflective practice, outlines methods for providing
feedback in supervision, and then leads participants through experiential
exercises to consolidate learning into everyday supervisory practice.

Learning Outcomes:

At the completion of the workshop, participants will be able to:

        • Describe the principles underlying reflective practice within a competency-based approach to supervision
        • Demonstrate establishing a frame and role induction for reflective supervision
        • Describe tools for providing feedback in supervision based on best-evidence
        • Demonstrate alliance building and maintenance skills in supervision
        • Demonstrate providing reflective supervision, including mindful consideration, consolidation and providing feedback

Methods/Activities:

The workshop utilises adult learning principle:

        • Pre-reading of key readings and preparation of reflective material from participant’s own supervisory experience (one page Notable Incident)
        • Discussion of participants workshop goals and relevant previous experience
        • Small group discussions of key concepts
        • Interactive didactic presentation of evidence-based content
        • Live demonstrations
        • Experiential peer group activities
        • Larger group reflections of key content and learning from exercises

Evaluation:

There are three (3) methods of evaluation to help participants to consolidate workshop
materials, and to ensure that participants have demonstrated competence:

        • Demonstration of reflective practice via preparation of Notable Incident from supervision
        • Demonstration of knowledge via achieving at least 80% on a post-workshop assessment task (6 questions)
        • Demonstration of reflective supervision skills and attitudes via achieving at least 80% on the Leeds Alliance in Supervision Scale from a peer following an extended experiential exercise

Friday 11th September 2020
at the
Aerial Function Centre UTS in Sydney.

Workshop Cost: $385
(includes: catering, Reflective Toolkit book, workshop materials)

(this workshop will be offered at a reduced rate of $275 if delivered via Webinar, and $110/$55 will be credited for those already enrolled)

Early Bird Ticket Price $330.00
Save $55.00 before 31st July 2020



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