Clinical Supervision

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Location Carlisle - Fusehill Street
Duration Part-time, Single Module
Start date January, March
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You need to complete the online work within the set time period which will help prepare you for your role as a clinical supervisor. Healthcare clinical supervisor model/s are used to support theory and practice. You need to find a volunteer
supervisee and undertake the minimum of two online sessions. The essay is based on your knowledge, practice and reflection of being a new clinical supervisor.

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This module will assist you in your role as a qualified professional.  Knowledge and skills as a clinical supervisor will be of benefit in your current and future roles. 

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