HSE Courses at ICHAS

Introduction to Clinical Supervision for Clinical Supervisees in Mental Health Nursing

We are very pleased to have been commissioned by HSE to provide this particular course to nominated Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing Staff from Newcastle Hospital, County Wicklow.  This course will support HSE staff to enhance their knowledge of the practice of Clinical Supervision within their role as Clinical Supervisees.

The course provides essential knowledge to enable registered mental health nurses to participate in clinical supervision in a meaningful way and to engage in supervisory relationships within the identified model. The course also ensures that organisational expectations and requirements are clear. The programme will be delivered in 2 online modules with three sessions each.

To register for this course if you have been nominated by your service please select the “Apply Now” button below.

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Mental health nurses are committed to continued professional development with a focus on practice and engagement with the service user. The provision of effective clinical supervision is integral to this process.

The course provides essential knowledge to enable registered mental health nurses to participate in clinical supervision in a meaningful way and to engage in supervisory relationships within the identified model. The course also ensures that organisational expectations and requirements are clear. The programme will be delivered in 2 online modules with three sessions each.

1. To introduce foundational theory on clinical supervision, its functions, dynamics and the processes involved
2. To outline Proctors model of clinical supervision and its application to practice
3. To brief participants on administrative processes including policy and documentary procedures

Content, (to include Theoretical and Clinical input if appropriate)

Module 1: Introduction to Clinical Supervision: 3 online sessions (max 20 mins each)

  • Introduction to clinical supervision
  • Difference between  management and clinical supervision
  • National and local policy in relation to clinical supervision

Module 2: Process of  Clinical Supervision: 3 online sessions (max 20 mins each)

  • Proctor’s model – theory and application
  • What to expect from clinical supervision
  • The process of clinical supervision

This course is specifically designed  for mental health nurses

  • Utilises “Blended Learning”
  • Benchmarked against European Association of Counselling Training Standards (2015)
  • Designed for learners who wish to develop their Skills & Competencies in Clinical Supervision for Clinical Supervisees in Mental Health Nursing.

For staff of Newcastle Hospital, Co. Wicklow

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