Making the Most of Supervision (3 day course for Supervisors), Dublin

01 May 2019 9am - 5pm Jury's Inn, Moore Street Plaza, Parnell St, Dublin 1


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The aim of this course is to generate a positive relationship between supervisor and supervisee focusing on quality practice and, through this, to inspire and motivate staff in their work. Wed 1, Thurs 2 and Thurs 30th May 2019

This 3 day course is suitable for anyone working with children and adults in a supervisory role within social care, health care or in early years settings.

On completion of training, participants will be able to identify key features;

  • functions and benefits of supervision
  • use and review a supervision contract
  • apply the Kolb Cycle and feedback in supervision
  • identify the impact of power, authority and heightened emotions (anxiety) on the supervision process
  • identify the impact of organisational culture on supervision
  • apply skills to address issues of blocked performance

Cost includes Tony Morrison's 'Staff Supervision in Social Care Manual'.

Trainer: Ger McHugh

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