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This provides you with the opportunity to compare and contrast practice approaches to supervising staff.

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What will I learn?

•Role, function and responsibilities of professional supervision with reference to research and theory

•Knowledge of Surrey County Council policy and practice around supervision in Adult Social Care & Public Health

•Awareness of Supervision Agreements

•Role of a supervisor including providing feedback and how to recognise boundaries

•An overview of Adult Learning, including Honey & Mumford’s Learning styles questionnaire

•Importance of personal supervision history and how this can impact on supervisory style

•How a Strengths based approach can be used in supervision practice

•Importance of working in an anti-discriminatory way

•Theory and practice of Critical Reflection in supervision

•Role of supervision in promoting professional curiosity, resilience and emotional intelligence

•How blocks in supervisory relationship can develop & how to resolve them

•Improving performance through supervision and how to work with supervisees when there are concerns (signpostto Performance Management and Appraisal SCC course)

•Importance of and how to achieve an accurate recording of supervision

•Links between supervision, appraisal and Continued Professional Development (CPD)

Who is this course for?

Adult Social Care staff that work as Senior/Social Workers, Senior/Occupational Therapists, Senior/Social Care Practitioners, Assistant/Team Managers, Senior Practice Leads, Senior/Approved Mental Health Workers, Senior Managers and Area Directors.

There is one to one follow-up sessions with this course. You will decide with the trainer date and time of this session.

Contact details included on your booking may be shared with a third party training provider. This will only be used for sharing with you details relating to this session.

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