Professional Supervision in the Workplace

Designed for experienced practitioners working in the social, health and human services sector. Learn the latest in the theory and practice of supervision. Become equipped to meet the growing need for qualified, professional and clinical supervisors within the helping professions. Develop your career options in supervision.

Programme overview

  • Explore a variety of theoretical approaches to supervision
  • Learn how to use a model of supervision to structure a supervision session
  • Develop supervisory skills that facilitate competence and reflective practice
  • Learn to identify and address potential safety and ethical issues within a supervision session
  • Learn to consider ethical principles and contracts to guide supervisory practice

Next start dates

  • Online learning begins Tue 4 June 2019
  • Workshop 1 (Porirua and Auckland) 13-14 June 2019 (2 days)
  • Workshop 2 (Porirua and Auckland) 3-5 July 2019 (3 days)

Please note: the start date is online learning only. Attendance on site is not required until the workshops on 13-14 June and 3-5 July.

Career opportunities

There are opportunities for experienced and qualified practitioners working in social, health and community services.

Entry criteria

  • Three years' professional practice experience (e.g. nurses, midwives, lawyers, principals, doctors, counsellors, addictions practitioners, youth workers etc).
  • Professional relevant qualification
  • Professional body membership
  • Access to clients for professional supervision practice
  • Access to online learning (Moodle)
  • Have attended Te Tiriti o Waitangi training at some level
  • English fluency – IELTS Level 6 on all bands
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