Certificate in supervision
This will be the 7th running of our popular certificate in supervision course.
It is a supervisor training programme aimed at qualified and experienced counsellors/psychotherapists who wish to develop a professional, ethical framework of supervision (NB – the course was previously BACP endorsed, but they have now discontinued this scheme).
The course will be person-centred in orientation and delivery, but will encourage participants to develop an individual supervision style which has a solid base of values and beliefs, taking into account ethical responsibilities.
Aims and learning outcomes
During the course, participants will:
- Examine a variety of theoretical models/philosophies of supervision
- Develop a good understanding of the ethical roles and responsibilities of a supervisor
- Explore a variety of themes relevant to professional practice and their relevance to supervision
- Explore values and beliefs in relation to supervision and supervising
- Develop an individual framework for their supervision practice
- Develop their practice through co and peer supervision.
Qualification in counselling and either:
Eligibility for BACP accreditation (in terms of training and practice hours).
Other relevant training and/or practice experience.
- Completion of application form and payment of booking fee
- Informal interview with course facilitator(s) – phone or face to face.
Hosted by Sarah Grant-Jones
Facilitators: Sue Mansworth and Sarah Grant-Jones The certificate in supervision programme has two co-facilitators to maximise the learning and development opportunities on the course. Numbers are strictly limited to ensure a facilitator to participant ratio of no more than one to eight.