SUPERVISION SKILLS FOR SUPERVISING SOCIAL WORKERS
Supervision skills training is aimed at supervising social workers who may be new to the role or for experienced SSW who require a refresher and an opportunity to become familiar with current practice.
- Understand the regulatory context and purpose of foster carer supervision
- Reflect on issues and dilemmas inherent in foster carer supervision
- Understand the importance of own practice in effective supervision and especially how this can positively or negatively impact achieving good outcomes
- Learn how best to manage performance and capability issues in foster care
- Develop tools and skills to address and resolve these issues
"Our trainer was very expressive, used good mixture of group discussions, slides and open discussion times to keep it engaging and memorable."
FACE TO FACE:
FACE TO FACE
CONTACT THE TRAINING TEAM DISCUSS BOOKING A NUMBER OF COURSES TOGETHER IN A TRAINING BUNDLE
Journey 2 Foster
Empower your pre-approval carers with the skills, confidence, and knowledge to prepare them for their journey 2 foster.Find out more...
Managing Allegations For Staff
Comprehensive training for social work professionals on identifying, managing and assessing the impact of allegations.Find out more...
Managing Allegations for Carers
Understand the difference between allegations, complaints, and standard of care issues and what measures you can take to minimise the risk.Find out more...
Child Sexual Exploitation Awareness
Explore the risks of sexual and criminal exploitation and how to provide a safe base for children and young people in care.Find out more...