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Monash Centre for Scholarship in Health Education (MCSHE)

Free supervision workshops in 2020

MCSHE is excited to offer FREE workshops to enhance the supervision skills of health and human services workers across Victoria. They will be offering two different workshops:

 

Supervision of students workshop – This workshop aims to help supervisors of students to develop supervisory knowledge, skills, attitudes and practices and will focus on the educational aspects of supervision.

 

Supervision of peers and colleagues workshop – This workshop aims to help supervisors of peers and colleagues to develop their supervisory knowledge, skills, attitudes and practices and will focus on the supportive aspects of supervision.

 

The workshops have been funded as part of the ice action plan that is funded by the Department of Health and Human Services.

For more information on the workshops and links to registration please visit the Monash website


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