HSIP811 – Professional Supervision 2

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Module code
HSIP811
Module title
Professional Supervision 2
Prescription
This module is designed to develop students to a more advanced level of professional supervision practice. Students will critically examine a range of supervision theories and approaches and develop a well-integrated supervision framework to inform their supervision practice. This module aims to develop intentional supervisors who will facilitate critically reflective, restorative and accountable practice in practitioners. An opportunity will be provided for students to consolidate the role and further develop their identity as a supervisor able to work within a complexity of organizational and professional contexts.
Programmes
  • HL0502
  • HS1102
  • HS1103
  • HS1105
  • HS1701
  • NU0010
  • NU0015
NZQA Level
Level 8
NZQA Credits
30
Delivery method
  • Web-Enhanced
Learning hours
Directed hours
100
Self directed hours
200
Total learning hours
300
Resources required
Learning Outcomes
Critically examine a range of theoretical and practical supervision approaches
Articulate and implement a personal style and integrative approach to supervision
Facilitate critically reflective practice and practice development in practitioners
Intentionally use the supervision relationship and manage the emotional affective content of supervision
Critically analyse specific organizational cultures and consider the impact on the nature and practice of supervision
Critique and research the evidence base to contemporary supervision practice.
Content
-Models of supervisor development
-Dimensions and management of relationship in supervision
-Range of supervision theories, models and approaches
-Indigenous models of supervision and cultural competency in supervision
-Conflict resolution in supervision
-Affective aspects of supervision
-Advanced skills of supervision
-Organisational culture and dynamics
-Supervision's potential in relation to organisational change

Teaching and Learning Strategy
Teaching and learning methods in this web enable module include: face to face and online sessions including lectures, tutorials, group activities, discussion, independent learning, and assignments. Inquiry based teaching approaches will engage students in learning activities that draws on practice experiences, facilitating knowledge and skill development within their area of practice.
Assessment Criteria
Assessment 1 Contract critique20
Assessment 2Disclosure Statement 20
Assessment 3Supervision Practice critique60