Certificate & Diploma in Supervision
This course is hosted by Nottingham Women’s Counselling Service & Counselling Xtra
3a Pelham Court
Telephone: 0115 9605577
Web site: www.counsellingxtra.co.uk
This supervision course supports you to identify, articulate and ful-fil your own personal and professional learning needs, and to de-velop your own approaches to supervision, whatever your theo-retical training, orientation and practice.
We aim to facilitate a co-operative, mutual learning experience in which you can develop and enhance your competencies and pro-fessional skills in the field of supervision.
We will respond to your individual learning styles and support your emerging development as reflective practitioners. We offer oppor-tunities to deepen your understanding and practice of supervision.
We expect to develop the content of the course in collaboration with you. These are some of the issues we would be interested to look at, and you may bring others:
- What is supervision?
- What is person-centred supervision?
- Beginnings, responsibilities & boundaries
- Supervision as a developmental process
- Different styles of supervision
- Interpersonal process recall
- Therapeutic processes in supervision
- Power, context & cultureLegal & ethical issues in supervision
- Research in supervisionSupervision across different media
- Supervision across different technologies
Throughout each course module there will be opportunities for large and small group discussion, experiential work & supervised practice of supervision. Self & peer assessment will form part of each module.
This course is suitable to applicants who are 2 years post-qualified in counselling, counselling psychology or psychotherapy; or who have a related profession or an equivalent level of training and experience.
This course is designed to support you to:
- Practice ethically and professionally
- Identify and respond to the personal & professional challenges of supervision
- Develop as reflective practitionersLearn, practice & develop your supervisory skills
- Explore key concepts, issues & practice in supervision
- Discuss the professional contexts of supervision including responsibilities, tasks, and contracts
- Think about supervision within teams and organisations
- Determine the process of developing creative & collaborative relationships with supervisees
- Discuss comparative theory & practice of supervision
- Review current literature on supervision
- Offer supervision over a range of individual & group settings
In the spirit of collaboration and co-operative learning, the precise content of the training will be student-centred and process-led.
Relevant handouts, reading list and materials of interest linked to the course will be given out throughout the course.
Course Entry Criteria:
Applicants must be two years post qualification or equivalent. Applicants not having completed any relevant supervision certificate course, on satisfactory completion of this course will secure a certificate in supervision qualification. On completion of this certificate course these participants have the option to attend the next Diploma course subject to availability.
Applicants who have already completed a relevant supervision certificate course will be eligible for the supervision diploma qualification. They must provide proof of relevant qualification. On satisfactory completion of this course these participants will secure a diploma in supervision qualification.
- Successful completion of course attendance – at least 80%
- The course is continual peer and tutor assessed.
- All participants who successfully complete the course criteria will be awarded the relevant certificate at the end of the course.
I have studied integrative, cognitive behavioural & person-centred theories and practice and taught and facilitated for many years within these philosophies. I facilitated a person-centred supervision course along with Mike in Sheffield. I feel passionate about accepting, trusting and engaging with the resources of relationship and my experience of the ethical integrity of non-directivity.
I work as a person-centred therapist, supervisor & trainer in London. I am particularly interested in supervision and in the training of supervisors. I have run Certificate & Diploma courses in person-centred supervision in Sheffield, London & Plymouth for many years.
With Keith Tudor, I have edited 2 collections of papers on person-centred approaches to supervision:
Freedom to Practice (PCCS 2003)
Freedom to Practice II (PCCS 2007)
Course Contact Time: 70 Hours
Spring Course starting February 2019
2nd/3rd February 2019
16th/17th February 2019
2nd/3rd March 2019
23rd /24th March 2019
6th/7th April 2019
Autumn Course starting September 2019
14th/15th September 2019
12th/13th October 2019
2nd/3rd November 2019
23rd/24th November 2019
7th/8th December 2019
Times: 10am – 5pm
Course Fee: £1350.00
Deposit of 20% required to secure your place (non returnable) to be paid by 1st December 2018 (Spring Course)14th August 2019 (Autumn Course) . This will be deducted from the cost of the course.
Early Bird booking discount:
if booked & paid by 31st December 2018 (Spring Course) 31st August 2019 (Autumn Course) you will qualify for a 10% discount off full price (£1215.00)
Instalment plan available (incurs £50.00 administration fee):
Spring Course Payments
Payment of £466.00 by December 31st 2018
Payment of £466.00 by February 20th 2019
Payment of £468.00 by March 10th 2019
Payment of £466.00 by September 1st 2019
Payment of £466.00 by October 20th 2019
Payment of £468.00 by November 20th 2019
If for any unforeseen reason NWCS is required to cancel this course all monies will be returned.