Developing and Supporting Effective Staff Supervision Training Pack and accompanying Hanbook, written by In-Trac Director Jane Wonnacott, and developed from materials by Tony Morrison
A training pack to support the delivery of staff supervision training for those working with vulnerable children, adults and their families.
The training pack focuses on training supervisors to deliver one-to-one supervision and its flexible structure enables trainers to design their own bespoke training programmes.
Through group and pair work, participants are actively encouraged to examine and explore their own practice and work together to extend their thinking and improve their skills as supervisors. This pack goes beyond merely teaching theory and actively encourages professional reflection and development. The training sessions cover: the 4x4x4 model of supervision, the supervision cycle, the impact of emotions, working positively with anxiety, developing and reviewing the supervision agreement and relationship, the blocked cycle, improving practice, and more.
This training pack is aimed at experienced supervisors who are providing training to supervisors in health and social care settings.
The accompanying Handbook is also available separately to the Training Pack, and is a valuable resource for supervisors in a range of organisations.