An introduction to professional pastoral supervision covering transformational learning, reflection on action, and the developmental model of supervision, intended as professional development for ministry practitioners. This subject is one of the core subjects of the Graduate Certificate of Professional Supervision and is also available as a specialisation in the Doctor of Ministry. Ordinarily students begin participation in supervision practice for PC051 alongside enrolment in PC023.
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|Workload||Extensive; two two-day teaching blocks in semester one|
|Status||Core (Graduate Certificate of Professional Pastoral Supervision)|
|Prerequisites||Available to eligible ministry practitioners|
|Teachers||Len Firth, Kate Beer|
In this extensive, you will join in two two-day blocks of face-to-face classes, 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.