Te Pou is pleased to announce an exciting FREE training opportunity that is being made available to the consumer, peer support and lived experience workforce within the mental health and addiction sector.
The training is Supervision Skills for Health & Social Service Professionals and is being delivered by Aly McNicoll from New Zealand Coaching and Mentoring Centre, an expert in coaching and mentoring.
This training is a two-day course delivered over two weeks via Zoom with everyone on their own device:
Option 1: Session 1 – Thursday 16 June, 9am - 4pm; Session 2 – Thursday 23 June, 9am - 4pm;
Option 2: Session 1 – Monday 20 June, 9am - 4pm; Session 2 – Monday 27 June; 9am - 4pm;
About this training:
This course provides an excellent introduction to supervision and the tools and skills needed to enable experienced consumer, peer support and lived experience workers to supervise others within the workforce.
It provides everything you need to know about the purpose, process and practice of reflective supervision along with some very practical tools to ensure you build great supervision relationships and provide effective supervision to those you supervise. On successful completion of the course and the practical course assignments, you gain an NZQA Micro-credential which is level 5, 5 credits.
There are only 40 spots available, so please register as SOON as possible if you would like to take part in this training.
Please ensure you have your manager's approval before registering for this training.