This 20 credit degree-level module is aimed at all professional healthcare workers.
By the end of this module you will:
- Have enhanced your ability to be an effective supervisor and supervise and to view models of clinical supervision as an intrinsic part of the working environment.
- Have learnt to critically evaluate and demonstrate a range of supervisory skills, linking and applying the theory of supervision to its practice using both formative and summative approaches.
- Appreciate the value of a range of different models of supervision to suit a variety of clinical settings.
You must be able to attend all 6 days and will be expected to submit a L6 piece of academic work.
This funded module made up of 6 taught days covers;
- Key concepts in clinical supervision
- Approaches to clinical supervision in the Trust
- Benefits of clinical supervision for the individual professional, the organisation and service users
- Assess the skills and qualities they bring to clinical supervision
- Identifying scope for development
- Uniform is not required for this course.
- Lunch is not provided.
- This is a 20 credit Level 6 module run in collaboration with Plymouth University.
- This module is suitable for registered clinicians only in accordance with the University requirements.
Further details can be found on the UoP Website page- All applications are via swastcpd.co.uk Please CLICK HERE to view
You must be able to attend all 6 days and will be expected to submit a L6 piece of academic work. Please consider this before applying.
Failure to do so may result in a breach of the application terms & conditions, & trigger the cost of the module being recovered from you personally
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|North CS||ALL NEC||05/01/2021||18/01/2021||15/02/2021||01/03/2021||16/03/2021||22/03/2021|
All dates 0830-1630
Uniform is not require for this course
|North Education Centre,
Blackberry Hill Centre (Block C), UWE Glenside Campus (Blue Entrance),
Manor Road Fishponds,
Please be aware that you cannot use the pay & display parking on site unless you are a current UWE student. You will need to park on street & allow extra time to find a space.
Cycling, car share or public transport is encouraged.