Supervision resources

For Supervisors

The Positive Behaviour Support Capability Framework – focuses on the knowledge and skills that underpin contemporary evidence-based practice. NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission.

Self-assessment Resource Guide for the Positive Behaviour Support Capability Framework – This Self-assessment Resource Guide complements the Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) Capability Framework. Its broad purpose is to provide guidance to behaviour support practitioners (whether they are registered providers, or employed or otherwise engaged by registered providers) on how to assess their own capabilities against the PBS Capability Framework. NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission.

National Clinical Supervision Competency Resource – The Resource has been developed to support clinical supervisors across all locations and healthcare disciplines to develop a quality health workforce. Health Workforce Australia, 2014).

The Resource Guide: Implementing the National Clinical Supervision Competency Resource and the Clinical Supervision Skills Review Tool – This document has been developed to assist the health sector to plan for the development of skills in clinical supervision. The skills for clinical supervision are articulated in the National Clinical Supervision Competency Resource, which provides a national benchmark that works across all disciplines in Australian health services.

SA Health Allied Health Clinical Supervision Framework – This framework outlines SA Health’s commitment to supporting Allied Health Professionals (AHPs) working within their Local Health Network (LHN) in accessing consistent, appropriate and effective clinical supervision and support mechanisms (March 2014).

Victorian Allied Health Clinical Supervision Framework – This framework builds on the strength of existing allied health clinical supervision practices to present a consistent statewide approach with the aim of maintaining highly skilled and sustainable health and community services workforce; and to ensure clinical supervision is better understood, accepted and practiced (2019).

Clinical Supervision: The Superguide  – a user friendly handbook designed to assist allied health professionals who are responsible for supervising other staff. It gives tips and suggestions based on published evidence of what makes good supervision and the knowledge of many experienced allied health supervisors in NSW (NSW Government).

Clinical Supervision for Allied Health Professionals – WA Country Health Service.

Practice Guide Coaching and Mentoring: The art of giving feedback – This guide has been developed to support Therapeutic Specialists and Supervisors in Intensive Therapeutic Care in NSW in their development and support of staff.

Child Aware Supervision Online Training – The Child Aware Supervision course provides training for supervisors in strategies that promote child and family-sensitive practices in their service (Emerging Minds).

Australian Clinical Supervision Association – Information, resources and membership.

Margaret Morell – Supervision Training and Resources.

Mentoring Works – Free webinars and resources to develop your supervision / mentoring skills.

Practice Guide Reflective Practice – Enhancing Practice in Therapeutic Care

Clinical Supervision: The Seven Eyed Model (PDF)https://www.livingtherapy.co.uk/seven-eyed-model

Supervisor Guidelines – A set of reflections to guide supervision. Community Managed Mental Health (CMMH) Services, Victoria.

Supervision Learning Resources – Scottish Social Services Council

 

For Supervisees

The Positive Behaviour Support Capability Framework – focuses on the knowledge and skills that underpin contemporary evidence-based practice. NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission.

Self-assessment Resource Guide for the Positive Behaviour Support Capability Framework – This Self-assessment Resource Guide complements the Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) Capability Framework. Its broad purpose is to provide guidance to behaviour support practitioners (whether they are registered providers, or employed or otherwise engaged by registered providers) on how to assess their own capabilities against the PBS Capability Framework. NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission.

Guidelines for Clinical Supervisees – Community Managed Mental Health (CMMH) Services, Victoria.