The main objective of this course to enable Social Service Practitioners (SSPs) to integrate professional thinking and theoretical knowledge in casework and/or clinical supervision, with its skills-based application in diverse work settings. It aims to equip SSPs to guide and support their supervisees in working with clients/families more effectively.
|In relation to participants’ clinical and/or casework and supervisory practice, this course enables participants to:|
|1.||Appreciate and apply the assumptions of Systems Thinking|
|2.||Develop increased reflexivity|
|3.||Be cognizant of the influencing factors of the person of the SSPs|
|4.||Understand and apply Interventive Interviewing|
|5.||Appreciate and use the Domains of Action especially in working with involuntary clients and/or clients in at-risk situations|
|In relation to participants’ supervisory practice, this course enables participants to:|
|1.||Appreciate and apply the Seven-Eyed Supervision Model and Integrative Developmental Model|
|2.||Build awareness of and potentially utilise parallel processes and isomorphism across clinical and/or casework supervisory contexts|
|3.||Experience Supervision of Supervision (SOS) using videotape presentations during group coaching.|
|4.||Enhance reflexivity as a supervisor|
56 hours, 4 months.
The course comprises of two main components: four full days (9am-5pm) & one half-day (9am- 1pm) of lectures, held on Fridays, across five weeks. This is followed by six half-days (9am-1pm)of group coaching, held on Fridays, across six weeks.
The course comprises the following modules:
|1. Development of Social Service Practitioner as Clinician||Jadelyn Lim (Mrs. Jade Low), Cheryl Lim|
|2. Development of Social Service Practitioner as Supervisor||Jadelyn Lim (Mrs. Jade Low), Cheryl Lim|
|3. Coaching of Supervisory Practice||Jadelyn Lim (Mrs. Jade Low), Cheryl Lim|
Maximum Class Size: 20 (Training) Maximum Group Size: 10 (Coaching)
Average Teacher-Student Ratio: 1:10
Teaching and Learning Strategies
The course adopts an integrated approach comprising lectures, interactive group activities, interactive role plays, skills practice, experiential exercises, case studies and coaching.
We are planning for the lectures and coaching sessions for the January 2024 cohort to be conducted at CCC premises.