Supervisors in the area of child, youth and family welfare commonly learn how to supervise solely through ‘on the job’ experience. Their main source of knowledge may be their own experiences of being supervised. This interactive one-day workshop assists supervisors in child and family welfare and youth services to develop their skills in supervision practice. Participants are introduced to key theory and knowledge, and supported to use this in examining their own framework for supervision.
This workshop is designed for both current supervisors and those who are aspiring to become supervisors. This workshop will give you a solid foundational knowledge and skill base that will bolster your supervision framework. Throughout the day you will have opportunities to reflect on your practice and consider how you can strengthen your supervisory relationships to improve outcomes for children, young people and families. The workshop will explore the tough questions about supervision and provides some answers. You will come away from the day feeling confident in your ability to navigate and facilitate the supervision process along with some tools to manage situations that can be difficult.
Register online at www.efac.com.au/schedule