Supervising to improve performance - by invitation only

Date & Time:

Wednesday 2 June 2021 (09:30 - 16:30)
Thursday 3 June 2021 (09:30 - 16:30)
Monday 12 July 2021 (09:30 - 16:30)

Venue:

Virtual,

Detail:

Target Group

The target group is all managers and supervisors in children's and adults services and applies to all levels of management (ATM,T/M, HoS and specialist roles).

By invitation only

Aim

This three-day supervision training aims to provide participants with the knowledge,  skills and confidence required to deliver effective supervision with a focus on methods and tools for developing and improving performance. The expectation is that all managers and supervisors attend this supervision training as a priority. Refresher training will be provided within three years. 

Learning Objectives

By the end of this course participants will have:
• Improved their knowledge and understanding of what constitutes effective supervision and its relationship to safe practice and positive outcomes for service users.
• Developed knowledge and skills to apply the 4x4x4 (integrated) model of supervision and; be able to demonstrate how it can assist in understanding the functions of supervision and its impact of supervision on others within the system.
• Increased their knowledge and understanding of how past experience of supervision can impact on the supervisory relationship.
• Increased their knowledge and understanding of the importance of developing and reviewing the supervisory relationship, and the role of the agreement in promoting anti oppressive practice within supervision.
• Increased their knowledge and understanding about the role of supervision throughout the stages of professional development from newly qualified to experienced practitioner.
• Increased their knowledge and understanding about the importance of recording supervision.
• Increased their knowledge and understanding about the importance of the authoritative supervisory style in promoting good outcomes through supervision.
• Developed skills and confidence in the use of the supervision cycle, and better understand how it can be used as a model to facilitate effective supervision.
• Increased their knowledge and understanding about the impact of anxiety and how emotions may impact on staff, critical thinking and decision making.
• Increased their knowledge and understanding about the importance of the positive expectations model when working to improve practice.
• Increased their knowledge and understanding about the factors that might affect performance.
• Increased their knowledge and understanding about the possible function of blocks to learning and development of the individual concerned.
• Be able to apply authority appropriately within supervision and avoid setting people up to fail
• Be able to apply strategies for addressing poor performance.

 

Places Available:

14

Further Information:

Trainer:

Daisy Bogg

Venue Details:

Virtual,