This unit examines the ethical issues that lie behind the supervisory process and their application to ministerial codes of conduct. Students will be provided with the supervisory tools required for effective peer and group supervision. Self-awareness and issues in self-supervision will be explored as students integrate learnings from their own supervision as well as their work with supervisees.
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|Workload||Extensive; 8-10 hours per week plus supervision given and received|
|Teachers||Geoff Broughton and Len Firth|
In this unit, you can expect to grow in confidence and competence as a supervisor by practical experiential learning and by reflection on experience of supervision and guided reading. You will be required to continue providing supervision and to be under professional supervision of your supervision of others. The unit is designed to be delivered in two on-campus intensives each of two days’ duration. Students should allow 8-10 hours of study time per week for this postgraduate unit.