All three units in the Graduate Certificate in Professional Supervision are being offered over 6 months beginning from September 2022.
The Graduate Certificate in Professional Supervision equips its graduates to practice as professional supervisors. It offers the knowledge and skills for the provision of structured, theologically reflective professional supervision of individuals and groups who work in caring professions such as ministry, health, education and leadership. Through experiential learning students develop their skills in professional supervision to create a relationship of trust and transparency in which those being supervised can review their work practices. Using a range of knowledge and techniques, professional supervision can enable the supervisee to develop self-awareness, resilience, ethical understanding, accountability, and effectiveness.
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DP8011M: Foundations of Professional Supervision
This unit introduces both the theory and practice of Professional Supervision through theoretical input, class engagement, group work, and supervision practice. Elements include active listening, theological reflection, models of supervision, case studies and evaluation, and developing feedback and intervention skills. Key aspects of psychodynamics in the context of supervision are introduced. Regular personal reflective practice is recommended to support role-based engagement. In this unit supervision of individuals is the focus of the experiential learning practice sessions. This unit includes 3 hours individual supervision on supervision of the student by a UD recommended Professional Supervisor.
|Dates||26-30th September 2022|
DP8012M: People, Ethics, and Practice in Professional Supervision
This unit continues and deepens the theory and practice introduced in DP8011M including theological reflection. Supervisory practice is further explored through theoretical and practical sessions including a focus on ethics, and moral and ethical issues that may emerge in supervision. Safeguarding and other professional standards, legal and regulatory frameworks, and supervision agreements are specifically addressed and integrated. Psychodynamics and self-care are key elements of the unit. The assignments offer options to explore contextual theological and other issues. Regular personal reflective practice is recommended to support role-based engagement. Supervision of groups is a focus of the experiential learning. This unit includes 3 hours individual supervision on supervision of the student by a UD recommended Professional Supervisor.
|Dates||5-9th December 2022|
DP8013M: Inclusion, Power and Culture in Professional Supervision
This unit integrates and broadens the theory and practice of the preceding two units with particular focus on an advanced understanding of human encounter through critical reflective practice and theological reflection. Trauma, the issues of culture in its many meanings, diversity in its many forms, power in the supervisory relationship, and other power dynamics (e.g., institutional) are explored to enable effective professional supervision of both groups and individuals. Regular personal reflective practice is recommended to support role-based engagement. If recommended by the Program Coordinator this unit offers each student 10 logged hours as supervisor, and 4 hours individual supervision on supervision of the student by a UD recommended Supervisor.
|Dates||6th-10th February 2023|
Please note: The units must be completed in the sequence set out above. Units are not available to students enrolled in other courses, nor to audit participants.