Supervision in some form is viewed as a key component of many professions in the provision of support to practitioners, enhancement of ongoing learning, and, to a greater or lesser degree, it offers some protection to the public. This course is intended for people from a variety of disciplines who are intending, beginning or already practising supervisors. It is designed to enable individuals to extend their understanding and knowledge of supervision, incorporating theoretical input with opportunities for group discussion and experiential exercises.
- Definitions and purpose of supervision.
- Models of the supervisory process will be explored including those of Page and Wosket and Hawkins and Shohet.
- Learning Styles.
- Consideration of the training development and supervisory needs of supervisors.
- Opportunities to role-play in triads as supervisor, supervisee and observer, using participants’ own case work.
- Exploration of transference, counter-transference and the parallel process.
- Reflection on the similarities and differences of supervision in a one-to-one, group or organisational context.
- Consideration of Multicultural, Ethical and Professional issues
Student Benefits & Support
With IACP course recognition, graduates of this programme (who meet IACP criteria) are eligible for accreditation as a supervisor. Learners are supported in developing the necessary skills, knowledge and competencies to practice as a supervisor.
At the heart of the training provided in IICP College lies the belief that people are experts in the story of their own lives. With a strong emphasis on student support and flexibility, learners are supported in working toward their goals.
This is a part-time course, with 13 full teaching days (9:00am-5:00pm) delivered between July 2018 and March 2019, with additional time, up until September 2019, afforded to learners to attain the clinical supervision hours requirements
Dates and Times
|Schedule of Dates
|1. Friday 13 July 2018
||8. Friday 02 November 2018
|2. Saturday 14 July 2018
||9. Thursday 17 January 2019
|3. Friday 17 August 2018
||10. Thursday 21 February 2019
|4. Saturday 18 August 2018
||11. Friday 22 February 2019
|5. Friday 14 September 2018
||12. Thursday 21 March 2019
|6. Friday 05 October 2018
||13. Friday 22 March 2019
|7. Thursday 01 November 2018
Note: Attendance at all training days is necessary to qualify for the award of the Diploma. Each training day runs from 9:00am-5:00pm.
Who Should Apply:
This course will be of interest to professionals who work in an integrative manner. It will be of particular interest to counsellors, psychotherapists, guidance counsellors, psychologists, healthcare professionals, probation officers, social services personnel, managers, and all who supervise the work of others in the helping professions.
Accreditation of Award:
Our Diploma in Integrative Supervision is professionally accredited by the Irish Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (IACP).
Learners are assessed through a continuous assessment strategy, which includes a variety of methods such as video recording, theoretical essay and reflective writing strategies. Clinical course requirements involve engagement in a peer supervision (internal) relationship (25 hours), external supervision practice (25 hours) and clinical supervision of your external supervision practice hours.
IICP understand that while partaking in further education is an incredibly rewarding experience it can also be a large financial commitment for some students. In order to minimise the financial impact caused to students, IICP strive to keep our course fees as competitive as possible. We also offer students the option of signing up to a payment plan in order to spread the cost of their fees throughout the duration of their course.
- An application processing fee of €60 also applies
- Places are limited and allocated on a first come first served basis following interviews
- Upon course offer, a deposit payment of €585 is required to secure your place
Additional Course Requirements and Costs
Learners are required to contract with an external supervisor, who will supervise their 25 external supervision practice hours at a ratio of 1:5. Therefore, learners will be required to attend at least 5 sessions of external supervision. Clinical supervision can cost from €40 per session upwards. Fees are negotiable between learners and individual supervisors.
A non-refundable application fee of €60 is required in order to process course applications. Upon receipt of a completed application, learners will be invited to attend an interview to demonstrate their suitability for the course.
To apply for a place on this course, please download, complete and return the below application form along with the required documentation and application fee for the attention of: Tríona Kearns, Registrar and Dean of Academic Affairs, IICP College, Killinarden Enterprise Park, Tallaght, Dublin 24.
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Note: All programmes are run subject to sufficient demand and the formation of a viable class cohort (which shall be determined in the sole discretion of IICP College). A refund of any fees paid less the application fee will be given to applicants in the event that the programme does not proceed. Fees are not refundable in any other circumstances.