An extension of the foundational models and skills for supervision, focussing on legal and ethical issues in supervision, the process of supervision, creative approaches to supervision, and the place of self-care in supervision. This is a core subject of the Graduate Certificate of Professional Pastoral Supervision; professional supervision is also available as an area of specialisation in the Doctor of Ministry.
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Ordinarily students complete their participation in supervision practice for PC051 alongside their enrolment in PC024.
|Workload||One semester, 12 credit points|
|Status||Core (Graduate Certificate of Professional Pastoral Supervision)|
|Teachers||Len Firth, Kate Beer|
In this extensive, you will participate in two blocks of face-to-face classes over two days, totalling four days of classes for the semester. You will be expected to engage with online resources (video and/or reading) and complete set assessment tasks in between face-to-face blocks.