Supervision, Leadership and Reflective Practice
29 College Crescent,Parkville,Victoria,Australia
PRE-REQUISITES DS8021J Individual Ministry Supervision
In this unit students consolidate their supervision competencies to identify and respond to situations that supervisors face in practice. Through an Ignatian discernment framework and by the application of contemporary theories, students acquire skills to guide supervisees in addressing the challenging situations that arise in professional practice.
Upon successful completion of this unit, it is expected that students will be able to:
- Apply contemporary theories of supervision to supervisory practice;
- Analyse current models of supervision in contemporary literature and research;
- Demonstrate contemplative approaches to supervision practices;
- Evaluate and articulate their own strengths, weaknesses and opportunities in supervising others.
Rev Dr Cecilia Francis
Intensive: Monday 16th April 2018 to Friday 20th April 2018
9.00am to 5.00pm daily
Centre for Theology and Ministry, 29 College Crescent, Parkville VIC 3052
For academic credit $2,400
Not for academic credit $1,200
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Cecilia is Director, Institute for Ministry Development Inc. and part-time Emily Gavan Lecturer in Practical Theology and Coordinator of Supervised Theological Field Education at Trinity College Theological School. As a qualified Clinical Pastoral Educato...