Our Supervision workshop recognises the diverse forms of supervision and can be adapted to the specific need of the organisation and can include any of the following;
• Practice/Clinical Supervision: Geared towards fostering learning and competency in specific tasks.
• Professional Supervision: Primarily concentrates on identifying professional learning and development needs.
• Cultural Supervision: Supervision stands as an indispensable facet of ongoing professional development, playing a pivotal role in upholding good practice and ensuring high-quality care.
Professionals across all career stages stand to gain from supervision, as it offers a valuable opportunity for reflective analysis of their professional practice—acknowledging successes, areas for improvement, and strategies for enhancement.
Cultural Supervision seeks to enhance practice competencies among employees, ultimately fostering improved outcomes for employers. Particularly beneficial for Aboriginal employees, this form of supervision thrives on experiential, hands-on learning, distinguishing itself from a more distant, classroom-style experience.
Supervision becomes an ongoing assessment of skills, supporting clinical strengths, and identifying weaknesses within a cultural context. Offering cultural support to Aboriginal employees directly influences job satisfaction and reduces burnout by nurturing both professional and personal growth.
Recognising that all employees possess competency in skills, emotional intelligence, and solution-oriented thinking, the cultural supervision process capitalises on these strengths. It aims to collaboratively explore alternative solutions to challenges, thus addressing individual concerns in a culturally sensitive manner.
9am - 3pm
Up to 20 Participants
Delivered in your organisation
Includes workbook & reference material
$,4,900 Plus GST
Plus travel costs