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Supervision training for the mental health and addiction NGO workforce - 21 & 28 June 2023

Te Pou is pleased to announce a free NZQA micro-credential training for people working in mental health and addiction NGOs and community organisations.

The training is Supervision skills for health and social service professionals and is being delivered by Aly McNicol from New Zealand Coaching and Mentoring Centre.

The training is a two-day course delivered over two weeks via zoom. There will be a follow up coaching session one month after the training with Aly.

The training will be delivered on:

Wednesday 21 June 2023 and Wednesday 28 June 2023 - you must attend both dates to complete the training. Please only register if you can attend BOTH 21 and 28 June sessions.
Follow up coaching session TBC

This course provides an excellent introduction to supervision and the skills needed to enable experienced support workers, registered health professionals, and team leaders 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.

Participants need to be in a role that enables them to supervise others and have their mangers approval to attend.

There are only 20 spots available so please register your interest as soon as possible if you would like to take part in this training. Registrations close 12th April 2023 or earlier if places become full.


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