Certificate in Supervision - "Developing & Enabling the Supervisor Within"

April 02, 2016





A BACP endorsed supervision training aimed at qualified and experienced counsellors/psychotherapists who wish to develop a professional, ethical framework of supervision.The course will be Person-Centred in orientation and delivery, but will encourage participants to develop their own individual supervision style which has a solid base of values and beliefs, taking into account ethical responsibilities. 


FacilitatorsSue Mansworth & Sarah Grant-Jones The Certificate in Supervision programme has two co-facilitators to maximise the learning and development opportunities on the course. Numbers are strictly limited to ensure a facilitator to participant ratio of no more than 1 to 8.Sue and Sarah are both experienced supervisors; trainers, and BACP Accredited counsellors.Sue is also a BACP Accredited Supervisor of Individuals and Groups. 



10 Saturdays starting April 2016 (9.30am to 4.30pm)Cost - £800 to £850 (dependent on payment method) **Early Bird Discount Price £750 -  for places booked before end January 2016**    



During the course participants will: Examine a variety of theoretical models/philosophies of supervision 
Develop a good understanding of the ethical roles & responsibilities of a supervisor 
Explore a variety of themes relevant to professional practice & their relevance to supervision Explore values & beliefs in relation to supervision & supervising 
Develop an individual framework for their supervision practice 
Develop their practice through co, and peer, supervision    



Qualification in counselling and either: Eligibility for BACP accreditation (in terms of training & practice hours) 
or 
Other relevant training and/or practice experience    



Completion of application form & payment of booking fee Informal interview with course facilitator(s) -? phone or face-to-face    



Participants will be expected to keep:  A Portfolio built up of peer feedback, tutor feedback and self assessment of supervision practice A learning journal      



On-going peer, tutor & self assessment of practice sessions Portfolio ?- Self & peer assessed  A 1000 to 1500 word statement of personal framework of supervision (e.g model / rationale / values / beliefs) - ?Tutor assessed.