How you will learn
Contact sessions include lectures, seminars, workshops and small group supervision of students’ supervision practice.
The remainder of the learning hours involves time spent providing supervision; self-assessment and reflection; and engaging in self-directed learning.
- A minimum of 30 hours overall contact time
- Teaching on a wide range of relevant theoretical models of supervision (approximately 10 hours)
- Supervision of supervisory practice (approximately 10 hours)
- Studio based reflective practice (approximately 10 hours)
How you will be assessed
You will be assessed via participation in the supervision of a supervision group, submission of a reflective log and a brief report relating to your supervision practice.