Support and Supervision
Date : Tuesday 31st May 2016
Time: 10am – 4pm
Venue: Youth Scotland, Balfour House, 19 Bonningston Grove, Edinburgh, EH6 4BL
This course will offer you an introduction to offering one to one support and supervision. It is aimed at people who are new to the role and people who would like to refresh their knowledge and check out their practice. The focus of the day is on planned supervision sessions however most of the concepts will be relevant for informal support and supervision too.
By the end of the day you will be able to:
Describe the functions, key stakeholders, and focus of effective support and supervision.
- Begin the process constructively through negotiating a supervision agreement and clarifying boundaries.
- Help people to reflect on their work and learn from their experiences
- Identify a number of steps to develop as a supervisor.
Welcome and introductions
- Clarifying your expectations
- Overview of the day ahead
What is support and supervision and why is it important?
- Clarifying the main aims and benefits of effective support and supervision.
- What to cover in support and supervision
- Getting a good balance of the different functions
- Introducing the 4 x 4 x 4 integrated model
Action planning (1)
Getting off to a good start
- Negotiating a support and supervision agreement
- Clarifying expectations, responsibilities and clear boundaries
- Taking notes and recording support and supervision
Using the supervision space
- Reflective practice and using the supervision cycle
NB/ This course is heavily subsidised and has market value of £115. If you cancel within 3 days of the course or fail to attend on the day, we resreve the right to charge you the full course fee.
BOOKING : Please book using the order form. We will send a further email confirming that you have been allocated a place on this course and providing further pre-course information.
When & Where
Youth Scotland is a membership organisation and Scotland’s national charity for the support and delivery of community-based youth work. We support a network of over 1,200 youth groups and projects and deliver services that help over 64,000 young people to learn, succeed and make positive contributions to their communities.