For Schools & Early years providers only
This one-day course is an introduction to the integrated model of supervision which has been piloted in school settings and found to work well with existing management systems.
The training is designed to introduce those in leadership roles, particularly although not exclusively, the Designated Safeguarding Leads, to supervision. Understanding the variety of factors that might affect the way in which staff respond to vulnerable children, and the role of supervision in managing anxiety and providing emotional support to staff, is central to the course. The integrated model of supervision (Morrison, 2002; Wonnacott, 2013) was used in a yearlong pilot in schools. The feedback from the pilot has been used to refine the course materials with an emphasis on schools’ requirements.
- Describe the elements of effective supervision and how it can contribute to improving outcomes for children and families
- Demonstrate how to create a safe environment to allow practitioners to reflect on their practice
- Use supervision techniques to enable practitioners to critically appraise their practice
- Examine the impact of safeguarding work, including how to positively manage emotions to develop thinking and support safe practice
- Identify how to maximise transfer of any safeguarding training or learning
The LSCB Cancellation Policy applies to this course please view here www.dorsetnexus.org.uk/Services/2878 Please book via your Nexus account. Confirmation will come from Nexus once your booking has been authorised by your CPD Leader or L&D Department. Course documents will be available from your Nexus account once your booking is authorised and checked out. Please DO NOT attend unless you have received this confirmation. Your course certificate will be sent to you via email from Nexus once you have completed the online feedback form. Please check venue information for details on food and drink availability. CANCELLATION POLICY: Course bookings must be cancelled via Nexus at least four weeks before the course to avoid a cancellation charge. A delegate has a 48 hour cooling off period in which to cancel their booking without being subject to a cancellation charge. If a cancellation is not made within 48 hours of booking then the full course fee will be payable if cancelled within the 28 day period prior to the course start date. Please refer to the LSCB Cancellation Policy for full terms and conditions. Please note: once a booking is made it is classed as a reserved place and is therefore subject to a cancellation charge regardless of whether the place has been ‘checked out’. Delegates are advised to get managers’ authorisation prior to making an application for a place on Nexus.