Clinical Supervision - Level 2
A ONE DAY WORKSHOP FOR NEW SUPERVISORS OR SUPERVISORS WHO HAVE RECEIVED NO FORMAL TRAINING
(level 1 aimed at supervisees- level 3 aimed at highly experienced supervisors with Clinical supervision problems or issues also policy makers, implementers or reviewers)
Are you involved in clinical supervision? Would you like to know what best practice is?
Do you always adopt the right approach – do you KNOW what the right approach is?
Do you know why some people react well to your interaction and others do not?
Do you struggle with giving “negative” feedback? This one day workshop will be informative and thought provoking. It will review existing systems, instruct on different models and enable delegates to re-think their approach to become more effective in enhancing their own development and that of their “supervisees“.
At the end of the day delegates will:
- have explored the meaning of clinical supervision, reviewed existing practices and shared experiences.
- have outlined the benefits and barriers to supervision and developed strategies to minimise or overcome the barriers
- have explored different models & approaches to clinical supervision including one to ones and groups
- have discussed the key aspects of process, including confidentiality, documentation and link to KSF
- have identified own style, be able to identify other people’s styles & interpret how those styles impact upon supervisory relationships
- have identified key aspects of giving feedback to ensure that the process is an effective one
- be more confident & effective in their roles as supervisor
- have discussed & agreed aspects of the process that indicate best practice
Review objectives & personal learning goals
Core elements of clinical supervision:
- What is clinical supervision?
- Where does it fit with appraisals etc
- Exploring the current situation
- Identifying the benefits
- Breaking down the barriers
- Why have a policy?
- What should a policy include?
- Example clinical supervision agreements
- one to one v group etc
- needs based model
- reflective practice
- preparing for clinical supervision
- Know your style – implications on interactions
- Application – styles and situations
- The supervisory relationship
- How do you like to get feedback?
- Model for giving constructive feedback
- Time to reflect summary questions to help transfer the learning to the workplace
JUDI WALSINGHAM, BSc MCIPD – Judi is a professional trainer, specialising in people development skills, with over 20 years experience in management and training in a variety of industries including NHS, pharmaceutical, optical, research and health organisations, across the UK and in Europe.
ALISON SOMEK, MHM, DipCOT, SROT – Alison has many years of experience both as an occupational therapist and a general manager. She left the National Health Service to develop her own business and has a Masters Degree in Health Management.
METHOD OF TRAINING
Our courses are “ACTIVE” and “INTERACTIVE” and GEARED TO DELEGATES' PERSONAL EXPERIENCE, and therefore the maximum number of delegates is specifically determined to ensure that each delegate gains the maximum benefit through a more individualised and involved approach