Clinical Supervision (minimum 10 attendees)

Have you a group of staff to train? Our Clinical Supervision Course provides an introduction for Registered Practitioners, Assistant Practitioners and Associate Nurses. The course also serves as an update for more experienced staff. You will need a minimum of 10 attendees to book this option. Please contact us for a quote Contact Us


The aim of this course is to provide attendees with the building blocks for safe and evidenced-based practice within supervision. This course has three distinct but interrelated and interdependent elements. The first being two virtual teaching days via our Zoom pro platform or Face to face, access to our online learning resources, followed by assessment of competencies in practice. All three elements have a clear focus on high quality and safe clinical supervision practice and are based on a sound evidence based, guidelines and best practice.

The course utilises a variety of teaching methods to ensure that the lessons are interesting and relevant to practice. You will find unique expert presentations and relevant key resources. These learning material are essential in meeting the learning outcomes and for completing the competences in practice. 

After the two virtual teaching days, a certificate of completion will then be forwarded to you. You will then need to complete the competencies in practice with the support of a competent mentor/supervisor or colleagues.

The course is equivalent to a minimum of 14 hours CPD (virtual) plus hours to complete competencies in practice.

You are encourage to include both the certificate, learning outcomes and the completed competency framework within your professional portfolio and your work based appraisal process as evidence of your continuing professional development. 

Learning Outcomes 

  • To understand the definitions of clinical supervision.
  • Gain understanding of underlying theory of thoughts, feelings and behaviours.
  • Identify main models of clinical supervision and analyse/evaluate one model.
  • To critically analyse clinical supervision in a professional arena.
  • Describe the differing approaches to clinical supervision.
  • To explore and analyse professional, legal, ethical and confidentiality considerations, to effective clinical supervision arrangements.
  • Discuss practical aspects of the clinical supervision and analyse / evaluate strategies to manage them.
  • Explore the role of the supervisor and supervisee and develop strategies to increase the effectiveness of the supervisory meeting.
  • To experience clinical supervision through case studies, group activities and supervised practice.
  • To critically analyse the process of reflection in relation to clinical supervision.
  • To critically analyse the process of resilience in relation to clinical supervision.
  • Preparation for practice – gain skills to manage difficult conversations (conflict) individual & group & signposting.
  • Preparation for practice – have a framework & contract for clinical supervision.
  • Understand the importance of good record keeping.
  • Reflect on learning to date and develop strategies for the application of clinical supervision in practice.