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Professional Supervision Skills Training

Professional supervision is one of the most important factors in the development of effective and critical practice in the area of Child Protection. Come and join us for a full day training to support you in the setting up of safe practice in supervision in your own settings. The day will involve training on the purpose and impact of supervision, the role of supervisor and supervisee, boundaries of supervision, values and critical reflection. As part of the training you will receive: Supervision Policy, Supervision Contract, Supervision Recording Document and a 12 month Supervision Scheme of Work to use in your setting.

Places cost £170 + VAT for the first person, subsequent staff from the same setting are charged at £120 + VAT

A flyer for the session can be downloaded here:  Professional Supervision 02.03.2021

Please take a moment to read our cancellation policy before booking places:  PGSF Cancellation Fees 2020-2021

09:00 - 15:00
Ramside Hall Hotel, Carville, Durham, DH1 1TD
£170 + VAT for the first place £120 + VAT for subsequent places
45 Places

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