Analyse the principles, scope and purpose of professional supervision.
Supervision is a process in which a worker is given responsibility to work with another to meet organisation, professional activites. The objectives are competent, accountable performance, continuing professional development and personal support. The purpose of professional supervision gives the opportunity for employer and worker to come together to reflect on work practise and reflect and evaluate their work through discussion, report and observation. When i undertake any supervision my aim is to identify solutions to any problems, improve practise and increase understanding of any issues. I will cover such topics for example workload, training, skill and competence. I will also give positives and praise good practise. The objectives are competent, accountable performance, continuing professional development and personal support.
Supervision addresses the need to develop knowledge and skills and the need to be concerned with quality. Covers the need to ensure that professional standards are maintained and policies and procedures are followed and understood. And to support staff through learning from experience and reflective practise.
UNIT 11 1.2
Outline theories and models of processional supervision.
Davys and Beddoes 2010 supervision model integrate management and development and uses a triangle with each point having a supervisor function. 1)Managing service delivery, 2)organisation policies, procedures and protocols, 3)quality and quantity of work decisions and priorites.
For this model, (Stoltenberg & Delworth, 1987) it is necessary to modify the relationship to meet the supervisee's needs based on their current developmental level. Supervisors employing a development approach to supervision need to be able to accurately identify the supervisee's current stage of development and provide feedback and support appropriate to that