The purpose of the Supervisory Core training program is to provide supervisors an opportunity to build/reinforce leadership skills and insight as well as to apply these skills to their responsibilities in leading best practice The course has six modules: The Roles of a Supervisor, The Supervisor as a Leader, The Functions of Supervision, and the application of the Kadushin Model of Administrative, Educational, and Supportive Supervision. Leadership; Coaching; Decision-Making; Communication; Building a Teamwork Culture; Developing Goals and Strategies; and Managing Change are among the overarching topics applied to supervisors’ everyday practice. The modules begin with defining/reminding Learners of foundational basics using case-related examples and/or activities. New skills are further introduced and explored through the lens of case scenarios and simulated practice activities.
This course is intended for supervisors in Child Protection, Prevention Services, and Foster Care.
Learners must complete the two-day Safety and Risk: Investigation, Synthesis, and Investigation course offered by the ACS Workforce Institute (or an equivalent) prior to registering for this course.
Learners will receive a Certificate of Completion via email after completion of the program.
There are no course prerequisites associated with this course.
Once enrolled in the course, learners will complete:
Completion of all components is necessary to receive a Certificate of Completion.
There are no CEUs associated with this course.