Post Qualification Supervision Training – Online

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Post Qualification Certificate and

Post Qualification Diploma in Supervision

 

Temenos Post Qualification Supervision Course with the BACP Curriculum

Begins January 2020

Online

 

 

Post Qualification Certificate in Supervision 12 Days (76 hours)

Post Qualification Diploma in Supervision 12 Days (76 hours)

We are excited to announce the very first Supervision Course from Temenos to be delivered completely online!

We will bring together our experience of working experientially online in the Temenos Diploma Seminar programme, the Temenos Diploma Online training weekend and also the experiential workshops that are being delivered via the onlinevents platform.

Fabienne Chazeaux and John Wilson have co-authored a peer reviewed article with Kate Dunn and Carole Francis-Smith on the theory and practise of working online in this exciting and pioneering way.

It is time for Temenos to bring this expertise into the field of Supervision training which is why we will be delivering our very first online Supervision Course beginning January 2020.

 

The Course is for:

  • Beginning supervisors i.e. those setting up in practice or planning to supervise therapists.
  • Current supervisors who are seeking to consolidate their learning
  • Experienced supervisors who may want to refresh and enhance their skills and knowledge

 

Course Entry Requirements:

Requirement for entry to the Post Qualification Certificate in Supervision

  • Completion of the Application and Enrolment Forms
  • An interview with one of the Temenos tutor team to discuss whether the course is right for you and it is the right time to engage with the course
  • Qualification to Diploma level or above in psychotherapy and or counselling
  • Supervised counselling / psychotherapy practice for a minimum of one year post qualification
  • Reference from your current supervisor supporting your application to train as a supervisor and agreement from them (or specified alternative arrangements) to supervise your supervision practice
  • Ability and capacity to engage with self-directed, student-centred and process lead learning
  • Willingness to attend a Zoom orientation meeting offered by a Temenos technician

 

Requirement for entry to the Post Qualification Diploma in Supervision

  • Completion of the Application and Enrolment Forms
  • An interview with one of the Temenos tutor team to discuss whether progression onto the diploma is right for you and it is the right time to engage with the diploma
  • Qualification to Diploma level or above in psychotherapy and or counselling
  • Supervised counselling / psychotherapy practice for a minimum of two years post qualification
  • Reference from your current supervisor supporting your application to train as a supervisor and agreement from them (or specified alternative arrangements)to supervise your supervision practice
  • Ability and capacity to engage with self-directed, student-centred and process lead learning
  • Completion of the Temenos Post Qualification Certificate in Supervision or equivalent
  • A minimum of 20 hours of supervision practise and 5 hours of supervision of supervision (Not to include hours accrued with peers or colleagues)
  • Supervision Report completed by your supervisor confirming supervision hours and supervision of supervision hours accrued
  • Attended a Zoom orientation meeting

 

Any ‘equivalence’ requests will be considered on an individual basis by the Director and or Tutors of the course.

 

Aims of the Course:

  • To develop a co-operative, mutual learning environment in which participants may explore and develop their approach to supervision practise and develop their supervisory skills
  • To explore personal values and philosophy as they relate to the practise of supervision
  • To explore the philosophy of the Person-centred Approach (PCA) including: The nature of the organism and the tendency to actualise
  • To explore the Theory of the PCA including: the conditions, process and outcomes of supervision
  • To consider Ethical perspectives, frameworks and codes
  • To discuss and present concepts, issues and practise in supervision
  • To discuss and present comparative theories in the practise of supervision
  • To allow learners opportunity to explore their competence to supervise
  • To promote reflective supervisory practise

 

Philosophy of the Course:

In keeping with the philosophy and practise of the person-centred approach, the emergence of the course content will be student-centred and process-led. The Learning Group may comprise both Certificate and Diploma students and has a student-centred frame that supports the learning

 

Structure of the Course:

The training will be delivered in an online group using the Zoom platform. All participants will be visible in the online group as we will all be using our camera and microphone on our computer / tablet or mobile device. Before the course begins all students will be required to have an orientation meeting with one of our technicians. This is to help you become familiar with the Zoom environment and to make sure that we are all confident enough in using the technology to participate in the experiential group work.

The Zoom platform is particularly well suited to experiential training as we can meet all together as a group and there is also the option to break into smaller groups, which we will use for small group discussion and supervision practise.

The training days will be delivered on every second Monday, from mid-January till the end of April and then two Monday’s in June.

In this structure there is no timetabled curriculum and the content of the course will be built retrospectively as the presentations, practise and process emerge the content and learning objectives detailed in the BACP Counselling Supervision Training Curriculum. In this way each learning group will be unique.

The Temenos tutor team are experienced and expert in facilitating the integration of the learning of each student. They will support each student in the practise of supervision skills and feedback from colleagues and tutors, along with reflection on theoretical, ethical and legal implications for contemporary supervision.

The training days will consist of process, practise and presentation.

Process: group process, dynamics and the interweaving of theory into the here and now dynamics.

Practise: of supervision in both the large group and smaller groups, including the practise of facilitated learning and reflections.

Presentations: each student will present to the group an interest or subject of their choice, including and contrasting theoretical concepts that relate to supervision.

 

Online Workshops

The course will also have 4 online workshops which will be hosted by an international group of visiting Temenos tutors who have long experience in the field of supervision. These colleagues will bring their knowledge and practical experience of theoretical, ethical and legal issues to extend participants knowledge and practise.

The online workshops are intended to be a rich source of learning to bring back to the training days where there will be time for each of the course participants to practise and integrate the learnings gained from the visiting tutors.

Visiting Temenos tutors facilitating the online workshops will facilitate in a style congruent to the philosophy and theory of their approach to supervision and so the experience of the online workshops will be idiosyncratic to each visiting tutor.

Robin Shohet

Workshop 1

Seven-eyed Model of Supervision

To Be Announced

Workshop 2

This workshop will be announced shortly

Kathy Raffles

Workshop 3

Legal & Ethical Issues in Supervision

Keith Tudor

Workshop 4

PCA Theory & Philosophy of Supervision

BACP Counselling Supervision Training Curriculum Learning Objectives and Content:

This course is also intended to meet all of the learning objectives set out in the BACP Curriculum for training supervisors. At Temenos we share the responsibility for meeting the criteria with the student group by making available a plethora or resources to make sure that it is possible to engage with all the learning objectives and content listed in the BACP Counselling Supervision Training Curriculum.

At the beginning of the course all students will receive a resource that lists all of the learning objectives and content listed in the BACP Counselling Supervision Training Curriculum which will be accompanied by a group discussion considering how the group intends to engage with the learning outcomes and content.

Many of the learning outcomes and content will be considered in the group process which will be a mix of the many resources and experiences contributed by students who are already practitioners with experience. These resources will be further added to by the Temenos tutors and Temenos visiting tutors who are themselves experienced supervisors.

Students will also need to make time for self-directed learning from an extensive reading list and online video / audio resources. All students will be eligible for free access to the onlinevents CPD library which has an extensive collection of video and audio learning resources from an international group of expert and experienced supervisors whose specialisms include supervising Counsellors, Psychotherapists, Coaches, Teachers, Nurses and of course the supervision of supervisors. This is an appropriate way to engage with the learning objectives and content listed in the BACP Counselling Supervision Training Curriculum that are not covered in the Sheffield modules or the online workshops.

Students will be offered a resource that will identify suggested reading and online learning that meets specific learning objectives and content listed in the BACP Counselling Supervision Training Curriculum.

 

Post Qualification Certificate Assessment and Completion Requirements:

Completion Requirements

  • Minimum of 80% (66 hours) attendance
  • Reflective journal
  • Learning Agreement (Presented to the group in the first Module)
  • Log of a minimum of 20 hours of supervision practise and 5 hours of supervision of supervision
  • Supervision Report completed by your supervisor and confirming hours accrued

 

Course Assessment

The course assessment is defined by the BACP Counselling Supervision Training Curriculum which includes:

  • Presentation to the Learning Group (20 minutes followed by peer assessment and feedback)
  • 2,000 word essay demonstrating an understanding of the theory and practice of supervision
  • Transcript and Process Analysis (Recording of 10 minutes of supervision practise, transcribed and 1500 word Process Analysis, may be with a supervisee or a peer from the Training Group)
  • Evidence of engaging with all of the BACP Post Qualification Certificate in Counselling Supervision Training Curriculum learning objectives
  • Evidence of engaging with all of the BACP Post Qualification Certificate in Counselling Supervision Training Curriculum content

Students who meet the course requirements and complete the assessed pieces of work will be eligible for the award of Advanced Post Qualification Certificate in Supervision from Temenos Education Ltd.

It is possible for students to attend the course and not complete the assessed pieces of work. Students who choose this route through the course and meet the course requirements will be eligible for the award of Post Qualification Foundation Certificate in Supervision from Temenos Education Ltd.

The Temenos Advanced Post Qualification Certificate in Supervision will be accompanied by a Certificate supplement that specifies all of the criteria met by the student. This is an important document to supply to employers and commissioning bodies confirming the quality and depth of training undertaken by the Supervisor which meets the standards set by the BACP.

 

Post Qualification Diploma Assessment and Completion Requirements:

 Completion Requirements

  • Minimum of 80% (66 hours) attendance
  • Reflective journal
  • Learning Agreement (Presented to the group in the first Module)
  • Log of a minimum of 40 hours of supervision practise and 10 hours of supervision of supervision (this may include hours accrued during the Post-Graduate Certificate Course)
  • Supervision Report completed by your supervisor and confirming hours accrued

 

Course Assessment:

The course assessment is defined by the BACP Counselling Supervision Training Curriculum which includes:

  • Presentation to the Learning Group (20 minutes followed by peer assessment and feedback)
  • 2,000 word essay demonstrating an understanding of the theory and practice of supervision
  • Transcript and Process Analysis (Recording of 10 minutes of supervision practise, transcribed and 3,000 word Process Analysis, with a supervisee)
  • Evidence of engaging with all of the BACP Post Qualification Certificate in Counselling Supervision Training Curriculum learning objectives
  • Evidence of engaging with all of the BACP Post Qualification Certificate in Counselling Supervision Training Curriculum content

Students who meet the course requirements and complete the assessed pieces of work will be eligible for the award of Advanced Post Qualification Diploma in Supervision from Temenos Education Ltd.

It is possible for students to attend the course and not complete the assessed pieces of work. Students who choose this route through the course and meet the course requirements will be eligible for the award of Post Qualification Foundation Diploma in Supervision from Temenos Education Ltd.

The Temenos Advanced Post Qualification Diploma in Supervision will be accompanied by a Diploma supplement that specifies all of the criteria met by the student. This is an important document to supply to employers and commissioning bodies confirming the quality and depth of training undertaken by the Supervisor which meets the standards set by the BACP.

 

Optional Residential Workshop

Temenos is running a residential workshop for Supervisors in training and qualified Supervisors in Practice. The purpose of the workshop is to create an environment where you will feel nurtured and nourished so you can be in your full power as a supervisor. We will be working very hard to create an atmosphere where you feel like all of your experiences as a Supervisor are being welcomed and valued. Along with the opportunity to take the risk to practise and receive feedback.

 

Course Dates

Online Modules

Module 1

13th January – 9.30am till 5.30pm

27th January – 9.30am till 5.30pm

Module 2

10th February – 9.30am till 5.30pm

24th February – 9.30am till 5.30pm

Module 3

9th March – 9.30am till 5.30pm

23rd March – 9.30am till 5.30pm

Module 4

6th April – 9.30am till 5.30pm

20th April – 9.30am till 5.30pm

Module 5

15th June – 9.30am till 5.30pm

22nd June – 9.30am till 5.30pm

 

Online Workshops

Workshop 1

Robin Shohet

Seven-eyed Model of Supervision

Monday 20th January – 9.30am till 12.30pm GMT

Workshop 2

To be announced

Workshop 3

Legal & Ethical Issues in Supervision

Kathy Raffles

Monday 16th March – 9.30am till 12.30pm

Workshop 4

Keith Tudor

Person-centred Theory & Philosophy of Supervision

Monday 27th April – 8.30am till 11.30am BST

 

Cost of the Course

The Post Qualification Supervision Course awarded at either Certificate or Diploma level is £1,800.00.

The cost of the course can be paid in full before the beginning of the course start date or for a small fee of £50.00 an instalment plan can be put in place to spread the cost of the course.

Training bursaries are available to part fund student fees and will be considered on a case by case basis dependant on students’ individual circumstances. Please note that 100% bursaries are not available at this time and all bursaries will be dependent on the number of students who are able to pay the full course fee.