This training is a great opportunity for supervisors to improve their skills in providing professional/clinical supervision to other staff. This foundation training builds on the supervisors' existing knowledge of supervision, and explores issues such as the supervisory relationship, goal setting with supervisees, facilitating reflective practice and evaluation of supervision.
Please note that this training relates to professional/clinical supervision and NOT operational management.
This foundation level training will provide participants with the skills necessary to provide effective supervision of other staff. By the end of the training, you will be able to:
- describe the key concepts of professional/clinical supervision
- list essential elements of the supervision process including the supervision agreement
- assist supervisees with goal setting within the supervision context
- discuss the significance of the supervisory relationship in effective supervision
- identify ways of supporting and challenging supervisees with different learning preferences/styles
- identify ways of facilitating the supervisee's reflective practice within the supervision context
- describe strategies and models of providing feedback effectively
- describe the importance of evaluating supervision and how this may be approached.
This training is interdisciplinary and is open to staff from allied health, nursing, medicine, dentistry and other health professions. This training is open to:
- Darling Downs Hospital and Health Service staff
- other Queensland Health staff
- external participants (face to face delivery only).
It is recommended that you have previously undertaken the Cunningham Centre Supervisee Workshop or equivalent, and possess a basic understanding of supervision or have experience supervising staff.
This training is coordinated by the Allied Health Education and Training team.
This training can be completed by:
- attending a face-to-face workshop (8 hours)
- attending a two-part videoconference series (4 hours for each part)
Videoconference participants are also required to complete pre-training activities (approximately 15-20 minutes duration).
|Prices as at 1 January 2019||Face-to-face delivery||Videoconference delivery|
|Tier 1||Payment by Queensland Health work unit||$180||$160|
|Tier 2 ^||Payment by self-funded Queensland Health employee||$198||$176|
|Tier 3 ^||Payment by external participant or private organisation||$550||N/A|
^ Tiers 2 and 3 include GST.
* Videoconference delivery is not available for external participants.
Please refer to our fees and payments page for more detail on our pricing model and payment options.
A workshop booklet will be provided at the workshop. You are required to provide your own stationery.
Training resources will be provided via email prior to commencement of the training. You are required to provide your own stationery. You will be required to complete pre-training activities prior to attending the videoconference (approximately 15 - 20 minutes duration). You will be responsible for ensuring you have access to videoconference facilities at your site to undertake this training.
You will be issued with a Statement of Attendance after completing all required sessions.
Participation in this professional development activity may contribute to continuing professional development (CPD) requirements for the purposes of registration and/or professional association membership. Please refer to the specific CPD requirements of your registration board and/or professional association to confirm.
Upcoming videoconference series:
- Thursday 6 February and Thursday 13 February 2020 | 9.00 am - 1.00 pm
Registrations closed 16 December 2019
Please note: Numbers are limited to a maximum of 16 participants for videoconference delivery and 20 participants for face to face delivery. Once you have completed the online registration, you will receive an email (shortly after the registration closing date) to confirm your enrolment in the training or to notify you if the training is full.
This training is offered via direct enrolment and you are considered to be enrolled when you have completed the full enrolment process:
- completed a registration
- paid all fees in full
- received written confirmation via email that you have a place in the activity.
On demand workshops
The Cunningham Centre is also able to deliver this workshop at other Hospital and Health Service locations for up to 20 participants. Please contact us for more information or a quote.
Allied Health Education and Training
t. 07 4699 8097