The quality of clinical supervision is one key influence on the quality and calibre of the health and case workers. Organisations need to continually prepare and train clinical supervisors; and deliver and develop a competent workforce.
This is a two-day training course is a mixture of theory and practice. It covers a number of topics, including supervision models, contracting, feedback, diversity and action methods. In general, the first half of each day covers theory and research related to these topics, and the afternoon involves practice exercises in small groups.