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Making the Most of Supervision in a Remote Setting

20 Feb. 2019
Mercure Alice Springs

AASW (NT) is delighted to announce that Dr Amanda Nickson, Interactive Solutions will be offering social workers and community/health professionals in Central Australia this valuable development opportunity. The workshop is based on best practice research and will guide participants through supervision effectively applied in a remote setting (as per AASW Supervision Standards and AASW Code of Ethics). 

In this training, Amanda will explore how supervision is an ongoing requirement for all social workers throughout their careers. The presentation will arm participants with tools and knowledge about factors that help or hinder supervision and explore how performance management fits with supervision. 

Wednesday 20 February 2019 9.00am – 4.30pm 
Lunch will be provided 
Mercure Alice Springs Resort 34 Stott Terrace, Alice Springs 

$160 member     
$180 non-member     
$  60 student 
$  80 student non-member 
7.5 CPD Hours 

Learning Outcomes 

At the completion of the workshop participants will have: 

• a genuine understanding of supervision; struc-tured and unstructured, external and internal
• a sound knowledge of what makes supervision work well
• an understanding of the core functions of super-vision
• knowledge of alternative models, including peer supervision and group supervision
• skills to build on existing strengths when having difficult conversations and
• expertise in managing tensions which are grounded in social work values and ethics.

This workshop is for new supervisors, experienced supervisors and supervisees. Minimum numbers are required for the training to proceed. Numbers are limited and priority will be given to AASW members. This training is supported by NT Government, Territory Families.


For more information email or phone 08 8948 5925.