The CRRH and the College of Healthcare Sciences, James Cook University, are providing AHPRA approved 1-day Supervisors Masterclasses suitable for all clinical supervisors of allied health professionals.
Masterclasses are designed for allied health and mental health nurses practicing in regional, rural and remote areas, and are based on peer and experiential learning models to provide you with a richer experience.
These Masterclasses have been approved by the Psychology Board of Australia for supervising Psychologists seeking to maintain Board-approved supervisor status. A certificate of completion will be provided.
Allied Health Practitioners working in rural and remote practice face challenges to their ability to fully comply with their professional ethical requirements, such as managing multiple relationships, confidentiality, professional isolation, operating within limits of professional competence, and managing interagency relationships and shared caseloads.
A key supervisory skill is to be able to guide supervisees through these challenges and to evaluate the supervisee’s competence in this area in the context of their rural and remote practice. This can be challenging for supervisors who may also be managing these dilemmas in their own practice, or who may not live in the same community as the supervisee, and may not have a clear understanding of the ethical dilemmas faced by their supervisee.
This Masterclass will provide supervisors with a framework to navigate these challenges.
Reflective practice is considered to be an important skill for effective clinical practice. A key supervisory skill is to be able to include opportunities for the supervisee to engage in critical reflection, as well as the supervisor to model critical reflection of their own practice and supervision. In order to bring critical reflection into the supervisory relationship in a systematic way, it is important to have feedback processes in place that can be planned for and that help support reflective practice.
This Masterclass will provide supervisors with processes and skills that will help plan for feedback and support reflective practice.
This workshop is for supervising psychologists who provide supervision to higher degree students while on placement and need to keep up-to-date with the APAC & AHPRA requirements, and their role as the supervisor. There will be a focus on the requirements of the higher degree program, and how supervising psychologists can ensure provisional develop sound knowledge and skills in their area of specialisation, particularly in the context of regional, rural, and remote supervision.
We provide the following Masterclasses in the Central, Northern and Western parts of Queensland as face-to-face workshops:
Masterclass 1: Supervising for ethical practice in rural and remote settings
Masterclass 2: Critical reflection and planning in supervision
Masterclass 3: Supervising Higher Degree Provisional Psychologists in a Regional and Remote Context
If you are interested in attending a masterclass in your area please send an expression of interest to Dr Sharon Varela at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject Masterclass Enquiry.
*Masterclasses designed to be run with minimum numbers of 4 and maximum numbers of 10 people.
Limited place are available to keep the groups small and ensure a quality masterclass experience.
Payment must be received in full at least 7 days prior to the masterclass for your booking to be secured.
Register now: https://events.jcu.edu.au/MICRRHWksp2018
Closer to the date of the workshop(s) you will be requested to complete any pre-workshop requirements.
All enquiries should be directed to Dr Sharon Varela at email@example.com with the subject Masterclass Enquiry.