DCC Interactive
Course details

Supervision is a key organisational tool in ensuring high quality provision and consistent outcomes. It can also contribute to meeting performance standards and help to embed critical thinking and reflection into practice. Working in social work/

social care services is a demanding and stressful job and high-quality supervision is vital in the support motivation and accountability of workers and for improving outcomes for service users. However, it is only successful as a 2-way process.

There are a range of models of supporting reflective practice and reflective learning. Critical reflection is seen as a fundamental element of professional practice and the linchpin of sound professional judgment and decision making.

This day aims to give staff in receipt of 1:1 supervision in health and social care an opportunity to understand the key elements of effective supervision, and how they can work with their supervisors in order to maximise its effectiveness

Course length
One day
Target group
For all Adult Social Care Staff that access Supervision

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