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Formal supervision sessions are required at least six times a year for each member of staff (National Minimum Care Standard 36.2). This resource will help you explain the importance of the process to all staff members so that everyone gets the most out of the process, as well as being useful to train senior team members to deliver supervision sessions themselves. It is essential that both managers and care workers understand the importance of supervision and how it can help an organisation to provide a quality service for service users and also to promote the professional and personal development of its workers. Consultant: Jackie Pritchard MA C.Q.S.W, CCETSW Practice Teaching Award Peer Review: Social Care Association Standards: Skills for Care Common Induction Standard 6.1 Care Council for Wales Induction Section 3.1.4 Health & Social Care NOSNVQ Units 23, 241, 33 & 3120 Subjects covered include: What is Supervision? ? Supervision Policy ? Who Can Supervise? ? Purpose of Supervision ? Management ? Education ? Support ? Medication ? Starting Supervision ? Making a Contract ? When Supervision Should Happen ? Where Supervision Should Happen ? Difficult Matters ? Methods ? Support for Supervisors Supporting Material: An accompanying CD-ROM contains a Training Pack, which includes a Lesson Plan, 10 group andor individual exercises and discussions and 4 handouts. The CD-ROM also contains Question and Answer sheets a Trainer?s Guide and other supporting materials, all designed to help trainers prepare and run an effective training session. Duration: 29 minute video in 16 sections to be used in a suggested 3 to 4 hour training session.

Formal supervision sessions are required at least six times a year for each member of staff (National Minimum Care Standard 36.2). This resource will help you explain the importance of the process to all staff members so that everyone gets the most out of the process, as well as being useful to train senior team members to deliver supervision sessions themselves. It is essential that both...

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