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Strengths Approaches to Supervision

Date: 10 Apr 2017 - 11 Apr 2017


This training is grounded in over 25 years of Supervision practice across a range of services including family work, youth services, mental health support, financial counselling and victim support programs. The strength approach to supervision explored in this training provides a set of values as well as technologies that emphasize the importance of identifying, mobilizing and celebrating worker and client strengths, expertise, skills and resources.

Resources used in this training are also informed by other knowledge platforms for practice including Solution-focused Practice, Brief Therapy, Appreciative Inquiry, Choice Theory, Creative therapies, Circles Approached to Group work.

Who should attend:
This workshop is designed for anyone who gives or receives supervision. For present or future team leaders, managers and educators who wish to initiate or further embed a strengths-based supervision culture and practice in their workplace.

Principle Trainer
Andrew Shirres has a Bachelor’s Degree and a Post Graduate Diploma in Fine Arts, a Bachelor of Social Work and a Diploma of Management. He is a highly experienced facilitator of ‘strengths-based practice’, delivering workshops across many community and social service sectors throughout Australia.

Andrew’s commitment and dedication to reflective practice have earned him great respect while working extensively in both service delivery and management with St Luke’s for more than 10 years.

Duration: 9:00am -5:00pm

Venue: To be confirmed

Brochure: Download

Normal Price: $690
Early Bird Price (10t hMarch 2017): $590
Enjoy a 5% discount when you come in groups of 3 and more.

Language: English

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