Ideally suited for qualified counsellors and psychotherapists, coaches, HR managers, psychologists, play therapists, mental health practitioners, nurses, teachers, trainers, social workers, probation officers, those working in health and social care roles and more.
Welcome to the information section of our Diploma in Supervision course.
The focus of the Introductory Weekend / Days is the experiential learning, which is designed to help you explore supervision, and investigate the course. These days are also for you and the tutor to establish whether this is the right diploma for you. If after the Introductory Weekend / Days this course proves unsuitable for you, we will offer support and guidance in considering suitable alternatives and you will be provided with a CPD Certificate of Attendance.
Throughout the course there will be an emphasis on clinical supervisory practice which will take the form of live case material on each of the modules. This will be through small group work with peers and larger group work enabling the practice and assessment of supervision of supervision. These hours will count towards the clinical hours required for the Diploma award.
(Please note: this course is no longer available in Exeter as we now run a Postgraduate Certificate in Supervision at that venue)
Duration: 12 days
Assessment: Journals, essays, peer assessment and practicum
Award: Iron Mill College Diploma in Supervision
February 2018 intake:
Applicants must be qualified practitioners in a helping profession, for example psychotherapists, counsellors, psychologists, psychiatrists or social workers. You will need to be in supervision yourself on a regular monthly basis as well as supervising your own supervisees whilst on the course.
If you are interested in signing up for this course, we recommend that you first attend one of our Taster Days.
How to apply:
You can apply by submitting the following documents and items:
Details (and a copy) of your current professional indemnity insurance covering your work as a supervisor. If you are not already practising as a supervisor indemnity insurance will need to be in place on commencement of the course.
Membership details (and proof) of the professional body that you belong to (please let us know if you have been the subject of any outstanding complaints).