Leading and Influencing in Clinical Supervision


Attention all  Health Professionals Are you:

  • Interested in participating in a new professional development opportunity?

  • Keen to extend your supervisory skills in line with the National Clinical Supervision Competency Framework?
  • Welcome the opportunity to network with other Clinical Supervisors?

TELL Centre are seeking your Expressions of Interest for
interprofessional clinical supervisor training at an advanced level at various locations across Australia.

The TELL Centre have an impressive record and reputation for the delivery of training and education to health professionals across a broad spectrum.

The 1 day workshop will be facilitated by Dr Margaret Potter an engaging and humorous speaker who works with TELL Centre on the development and delivery of workshops locally, nationally and internationally.
Margaret also works actively to coach individuals and teams through challenging periods, working with various organisations locally and interstate.

Who should enrol? How will you benefit?

This 1-day course is most appropriate for clinical supervisors and line managers, in particular those who provide support, or are interested in providing leadership and influence in clinical supervision.

Please see criteria for registration and participation

 The Advanced Level seeks to encourage clinical supervisors to show leadership and influence when facilitating learning, conducting summative assessment and to actively address workplace and organisational culture and communication.

 Note: We would also encourage those who have participated in an Intermediate level of Clinical Supervision training or Teaching on the Run Workshops to attend the Leading and Influencing in Clinical Supervision Workshop.

 Further Information

Fee:  $300 per participant (inc GST)

For group organisation/individual Expressions of  Interest please contact  tellcentre@uwa.edu.au  or margaret@smartmoves.net.au    Tel:(08)61510832



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