*Resource* – Core Supervision Model for Multi-Professional Teams

Health Education England Primary Care School (Yorkshire and the Humber) are pleased to offer general practice staff training, which is initially free at the point of delivery. If you would like to take up this exciting opportunity, please email:

voyccg.coresupervisionyorkshireandhumber@nhs.net

 

What’s Involved?

In practice, this model of supervision involves a supervisor arranging and facilitating on-going 6-8 weekly supervision sessions for 6-8 supervisees. This totals 6 sessions a year for 1.5 hours per session. This supervision model is suitable for post qualified registered and non-registered clinicians working in general practice across Yorkshire & Humber. The presentations, relevant documents and policy will all be shared on completion of the course.

 

What Training is Available?

Train the Trainer – Core Supervision Model for Multi-Professional Teams

Relevant for: All qualified registered and non-registered clinical staff working in general practice across Y&H.

Aim: This training event will enable you to further reflect on and develop your knowledge and skills necessary to your role as a clinical supervisee/supervisor. Supervisors will be able to undertake onward training of other workplace clinical supervisees/supervisors.

All three components of training (e-learning and two training sessions) are to be completed within a 4 week period.

Pre-requisite to classroom workshops: e-learning module – the e-learning module is available on the Future NHS Collaborative Platform. You must register for a free account on the Future NHS Collaborative Platform before you can access the e-learning module. The module can be accessed using the following link: Supervision for Multi-Professionals.

Virtual Training: Further 2022 dates to be confirmed

Learning Outcomes:

  • Have an increased knowledge and understanding of Clinical Supervision, linking and developing the theory into practice·Differentiate between Clinical Supervision and line/performance management and between Clinical Supervision and teaching
  • Negotiate Clinical Supervision contracts, governance and structural processes, accordingly, taking into account individual learning styles
  • Develop further your reflective interpersonal and supervisory skills such as: reflective practice; giving guidance, joint problem solving, and offering feedback to enable the development of effective supervisory relationships.

 

How can I find out more?

Email – sarahgoode@nhs.net
Sarah Goode, Primary Care School Project Manager – Core Model of Supervision

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