The cohorts of this module will continue to be delivered on a virtual basis. There is currently no plan in place to return to face to face training, however you will be notified once a development on this takes place.
If you have any queries regarding bookings for the Mentorship/AET/Clinical Supervision modules, please use the Contact Us form to contact us with your query and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
“Thank you once again for an amazing course and all your enthusiasm and support… I am looking forward to getting a bit more stuck in to clinical supervision!” – Ryan

This 20 credit degree-level module is aimed at all professional healthcare workers.

Learning Outcomes

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
Course Information
  • 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  Please CLICK HERE to view

*Please note – In order for you to receive proof of attendance following completion of UoP academic modules; students will need to access their university email account and open their result email, as this will contain a link to the page where they can obtain an academic transcript. You will not receive a certificate from the university.

This will only be available after the exam board in either June or November. We cannot do this on your behalf – it must come direct from the student as an adult learner as this is your personal information.*

The Supervision of Clinical Practice – HEA302
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. 
Cohort 3

Day 1

Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6
12/09/2023 26/09/2023 10/10/2023 24/10/2023 07/11/2023


Cohort 4
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6
09/01/2024 23/01/2024 06/02/2024 20/02/2024 05/03/2024 19/03/2024
Cohort 1 

Day 1

Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Hand In
02/04/2024 16/04/2024 30/04/2024 14/05/2024 28/05/2024 11/06/2024



Cohort 1b *Newly available*
Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Hand In
09/04/24 23/04/24 07/05/24 21/05/24 04/06/24 18/06/24 16/07/24
Cohort 2 

Day 1

Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Hand In
16/07/2024 30/07/2024 13/08/2024 27/08/2024 10/09/2024 24/09/2024



Cohort 1C – *newly available* 

Day 1

Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Hand In
 13/06/2024, 25/06/2024 09/07/2024 01/08/2024 15/08/2024 05/09/2024


All dates will have the timings of 0830-1630 


The teaching will take place via Teams – You will be expected to be available all day on all of the course dates.

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UPDATE: 22.08.23: The process has recently been updated, and a completed application form is required in order to submit the booking form below.

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UPDATE: 22.08.23: Bookings can now only be accepted with completed application form. Please see “How to Apply” section for more information

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