Our supervision course now runs as four online half-day sessions or can be delivered in two days at your venue. It aims to equip supervisors with the skills and confidence to support and challenge workers to better understand risk and the quality of work being undertaken with children and families.
- understand the principles behind supervision models
- recognise and apply reflective supervision
- undertake dynamic risk assessment during supervision
- Create clear, focused and reviewable plans and actions
It was a great 2 days not only with the training but it also help me understand where the senior team are which was an unexpected positive.
Liz Cooper’s lengthy career has been spent in health and social care. She initially started in nursing, registering as a children’s, adult, and psychiatric nurse, spending several years as a Unit Manager. Liz is also a qualified teacher and has a Masters degree in Business Management. Liz was an inspector for 8 years and a Director and RI of a group of good and outstanding children’s homes for 12 years. Prior to coming to Dialogue, Liz has previously worked as DCEO and Chair of the CHA.