Training For Social Work Supervisors
Cert of Attendance
€850.00 See Fees and Costs for full details.
The overall aim of the course is to equip supervisors with the knowledge and skills to supervise students/staff effectively. The program is aimed at CORU registered Principal Social Workers, Senior Social Work Practitioners, Social Work Team Leaders, and social work supervisors who have responsibility for students/staff working with service users within the social/health/education care context. See Requirements for full details.
Onsite UCC Campus
9th Nov - 11th November, 8th & 9th December 2022
The workshop will take place on Wed 9th, 10th & 11th of November 2022
With last two days on 8th & 9th December 2022.
Venue: On Campus
Front-line social work managers and supervisors are the keystone of the service they represent. Their knowledge, attitudes, decisions, value base, and behaviours set the climate and standards for good practice. Good supervision is inextricably linked to good outcomes for service users while on the contrary ineffective supervision is linked to poor outcomes (Beinart & Clohessy, 2017; Morrison, 2009). Therefore, it is critical that front-line managers and supervisors are upskilled through professional training in supervision if the drive to improve the quality of services to vulnerable service users is to succeed.
Organised by the School of Applied Social Studies, and delivered over five days, the overall aim of the course is to equip social work supervisors with the knowledge and skills to supervise students/staff effectively. The programme is targeted at social work supervisors who have responsibility for students/staff working with service users within the social/health/education care context.
Learning Outcomes: On successful completion of this programme participants should be able:
Wednesday, Thursday & Friday, 9th, 10th, 11th of November 2022
Thursday & Friday 8th & 9th December 2022
This five-day program is aimed at equipping social work supervisors with the knowledge and skill to supervise front-line practitioners effectively. As a regulated profession, this course complies fully with the quality standards set by; SWRB Code of Professional Conduct and Ethics (2019) for social work professionals; IASW standards for supervision (2016); TUSLA, National Strategy for Continuing Professional Development (2016); HSE (2013) Staff Supervision Policy for HSE Children and Family Services. Ireland and HIQA recommendations. Course participants will develop the core competencies required by supervisors working in a range of workplace contexts.
This CPD Offering is aimed at: Senior Social Workers, Principal Social Workers, Team Leaders or social workers hoping to progress their career by applying for more senior posts.
Fees and Costs
Full fee due if canceled within 2 weeks, 50% cancellation fee due if canceled within 4 weeks and 0% cancellation fee if canceled prior to 8 weeks
How Do I Apply
Applications can be made via the Open UCC Website. Click link below;Apply Now