Diploma in Supervision - BACP Endorsed

Diploma in Supervision - BACP Endorsed

September 20, 2014 - March 21, 2015

Walsingham Road Community Hall, Colchester | £750 to £800 (dependant on payment method)

Diploma in Supervision - “Keeping Supervision Alive” A BACP Endorsed supervisor CPD programme aimed at experienced supervisors who may wish to obtain a formal qualification as well as to refresh and further develop an effective, professional framework for their supervision practice. The course will be Person-Centred in orientation and delivery, but is open to supervisors across all orientations. The course is designed to allow for reflection upon, and further development of, individual supervision styles which have a solid base of values, beliefs and knowledge, taking into account ethical responsibilities. It will be of interest to supervisors who are looking for specific supervision CPD and those who want to enhance their supervision practice. It will have particular relevance for those considering applying for Accredited Supervisor status with BACP. Facilitators: Sue Mansworth & Sarah Grant-Jones The Diploma 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 6. Sue and Sarah are both experienced supervisors; trainers, and BACP Accredited counsellors.Sue is also a BACP Accredited Supervisor of Individuals and Groups. Course Details: Diploma in Supervision - 60 hours CPD (BACP Endorsed) 10 Saturdays running from September 2014 to March 2015 (dates below) Cost - £750 to £800 (dependent on payment method) * Early bird discount of £700 if booked and paid in full before end June 2014 Aims& Learning Outcomes During the course supervisors will: Examine & review their personal rationale / framework of supervision – including the core beliefs, values and knowledge that underpins it Explore a variety of themes relevant to supervision practice – including ethical roles & responsibilities – and develop as reflective supervision practitioners Enhance their understanding of supervision within a variety of contexts Develop abilities to facilitate supervisees’ professional development Develop their skills in monitoring supervisee competence; fitness to practice, and use of appropriate supervisor“authority” Explore issues and ideas around group supervision Consider the relevance of supervision as research and research ethics and skills Entry Requirements Participants are required to: Be currently practicing as a supervisor (peer supervision is acceptable) And either to: Have been practicing as a supervisor for a minimum of 2 years and/or with a minimum of 30 hours of supervision practice (this can include peer supervision) Or To hold a supervision qualification (minimum of 50 hours supervision training – this can be a combination of formal supervision training and other relevant CPD) Application Process Completion of application form & payment of booking fee Statement of current rationale /framework of supervision (500 words) Informal interview with course facilitator(s) – phone or face-to-face Two professional references will be needed - one from a current supervisor Course Requirements Participants will be expected to: Keep a reflective learning journal for the duration of the course Be practicing as a supervisor for the duration of the course Have a voice recorder for use on course days Engage in reflective activities with other participants between course days Assessment * Personal statement of learning and development, based on a self-assessment of the learning journal (1000 to 1500words) – facilitator assessed A Professional Reflective Practice statement(2000 to 2500 words) - facilitator assessed On-going peer assessment in relation to course activities * It is possible for participants to opt out of the above assessed elements of the course and to be awarded a certificate of attendance for “60 hours BACP Endorsed Supervision CPD”, rather than the “Diploma in Supervision”. Dates - 10 Saturdays (9.30 to 4.30pm) starting September 2014: 20th September 2014 4th October 2014 18th October 2014 15th November 2014 6th December 2014 10th January 2015 24th January 2015 7th February 2015 7th March 2015 21st March 2015


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