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The Graduate Diploma in Supervision provides advanced multi-disciplinary knowledge and skills in the supervision of individuals and groups in the helping professions. Students learn to implement a range of approaches and methods to help supervisees reflect, learn, and nurture support structures in communities, all with a view to safe and sustainable practice. They exemplify and encourage a culture of self-care and care of others and acquire skills to manage a professional supervision practice.
Our contemporary social and cultural contexts reveal the need for accredited supervision of those working in the ministry, clinical and leadership settings. There is a long and rich history of accompaniment within the Ignatian tradition. Drawing on the best practices of this rich tradition and the requirements of community professional standards, students will receive the training and skills for professional practice as supervisors. Graduates of the Diploma of Supervision will be eligible to apply for accreditation with the Australiasian Association of Supervision (AAOS).
Graduates of the Graduate Diploma in Supervision
Graduates may be eligible to proceed to a Master’s degree at the University of Divinity. The Master’s is offered in two modes, namely Coursework and Research:
The research mode requires applicants to have completed a 16,000-word essay of Distinction standard, demonstrating capacity for research. (If such an essay has not been taken elsewhere, it may be included in the Graduate Diploma of Supervision as the elective unit).
The Graduate Diploma in Supervision consists of 144 points comprised of:
Successful completion of an undergraduate degree, or an approved equivalent. In addition, a person who applies for admission in the Graduate Diploma in Supervision may only be admitted if he or she has
a) completed a Statement Supporting Enrolment Form and an interview with a Graduate Diploma in Supervision course advisor; and
b) the course advisor certifies that the applicant: