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Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Supervision

MQF/EQF Level

This Certificate is recognised at MQF/EQF Level 7.

  

ECTS Credits

 30 ECTS

 

Programme Aims 

By the end of the course, you will be able to:

  • develop advanced supervisory skills you'll need to form and maintain supervisory relationships
  • analyse a range of supervisory models and educational theory
  • develop an advanced understanding of supervisory structures and processes
  • develop a critical understanding of the different ways in which clinical supervision can be assessed and evaluated
  • develop your ability to work systematically and to effectively manage influencing factors such as organisational, ethical, professional and legal influences
  • reflect on and develop your supervision skills.

 

 Structure and Curriculum

The Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Supervision is part time, taken over a trimester each of ten weeks duration over 1 year.

There are three modules each module is 20 credits

To achieve the Postgraduate Certificate in Clinical Supervision students must successfully pass all three modules and obtain 60 credits at level 7


Modules

  • Concepts and Theories within Supervisory Practice
  • Issues and Debates in supervisory Practice
  • Skills in Supervisory Practice

 

Click HERE to access more information on the Modules listed above.

 

Method of Assessment

We offer a varied assessment diet to assess and facilitate learning. Our assessments comply with the University’s overall assessment strategy, which identifies a number of key principles, starting with the principle that assessment should be integral to the learning experience.

Students have the opportunity to undertake a variety of forms of assessment that are appropriate to the level and content of the module, and that allows them to demonstrate that they possess both knowledge of clinical, subject-specific and transferable skills. A range of assessment techniques are employed during the programme that are appropriate to the level of conceptual and skills development, appropriate to the module content, and explicitly mapped onto learning outcomes which are derived from programme aims and programme learning outcomes.

Assessment is coursework based and there are no examinations The type of assessment for each module is designed to allow students to demonstrate both subject knowledge and transferable skills which will be useful on graduation.

Coursework assessments may include: essays, reflections, practical reports, portfolio’s and analysis of transcriptions of supervisory practice. Students are also provided with the opportunity to complete formative activities within the module that will assist them in developing their knowledge and understanding, and support them in the undertaking of their summative assessments. Students are given the assignment specification at the beginning of the module so they are aware of the requirements throughout the module. 

 

Entry Requirements

  • Be a professionally qualified, experienced (minimum 12 months post-qualification) and accredited or accreditable counsellor and/or psychotherapist
  • If English is not your first language you will need IELTS 6.0 or equivalent 

 

Awarding Body

 University of Derby



      This Certification qualify for the Get Qualified Scheme.

      Terms and conditions apply. 

 

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Last Updated: 06 Sep 17

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