The QC60 Introduction to Supervision eLearning introduces the role of supervision in supporting ongoing professional well-being, skill development and enhanced outcomes for the people who receive our services.
The training has been developed using a universal and inter-disciplinary approach and is relevant for new and experienced supervisees, those transitioning into a supervisor role and those who want to update to contemporary practice. Importantly it is designed to be inclusive of all front-line and support roles, including administrative staff and peer workers.
Introduction to Supervision is underpinned by the Queensland Health Supervision Guidelines for Mental Health Alcohol and Other Drugs Services 2023 (pending publication) and forms a base which will complement specialist training and educational resources in supervision, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Reflective Yarning, the Lived Experience Peer Practice Supervision Framework.
While QC60 Introduction to Supervision eLearning may be completed as a stand-alone course for those who only require introductory training, this eLearning provides the critical underpinning required for the full suite of Learning Centre supervision training. invited to enrol in the Learning Centre's workshop, to further consolidate skills and your practice as a supervisee
Note: Completion of QC60 Introduction to Supervision and QC8 Supervisee are pre-requisites to those wishing to progress to the role of supervisor. See QC4 Supervisor for more information
|Delivery Mode||Duration||Hours of active learning||Cost|
|eLearning||1.5 hours||1.5 hours||
$50 per person
Queensland Health/Queensland Ambulance Service - Nil (internally funded)
Note: this course is a pre-requisite for those wishing to complete QC8 Supervisee.