Professional Pastoral Supervision Practicum

Experiential, practice-based learning, involving supervision practice, group supervision on supervision practice, and individual supervision on supervision practices satisfying the training requirements for membership of professional associations. 

Ordinarily, students begin supervisory practice and supervision on practice concurrently with PC023 Professional Pastoral Supervision for Ministry Workers and PC024 Advanced Professional Pastoral Supervision for Ministry Workers. Major assessment tasks and completion of the subject follows successful completion of PC023 and PC024.

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Subject Details

Mode On-campus
Workload  Full-year, 12 credit points
Status  Core (for the Graduate Certificate of Professional Pastoral Supervision)
Subject code PC051-812
Prerequisites  PC023-812 or PC023-912
PC024-812 or PC024-912
Teachers  Graham Stanton


  • Processes of theological reflection and reflective writing 
  • Supervision practice
  • Group supervision on supervision practice 
  • Individual supervision on supervision practice

Study Expectations
This subject in experiential learning extends over two semesters and involves sixteen hours of supervision practice with supervisees, and fourteen hours of individual or group supervision on supervision practice. 


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