Are you looking for an opportunity to enhance and develop your professional practice?
EIT’s Postgraduate Certificate in Professional Supervision will enable those working in the social services and health sectors to develop their practice of professional supervision while also gaining credits towards EIT’s Postgraduate Diploma in, and Master of, Professional Practice.
Develop your practice of professional supervision. The first course, Foundations of Supervision, introduces you to a range of theories and approaches, including kaupapa Māori. The second course, Developing Supervision Practice, enables you to apply knowledge and skills in a supervisory relationship.
Features of the programme:
- Focus on your own practice development
- Learn and apply theories to support your practice
- Flexible delivery with a mix of face-to-face and online learning
- Part-time only, can be completed part-time in one year
Courses within the Postgraduate Certificate in Professional Supervision will also cross credit as ‘options’ in either the Postgraduate Diploma in Professional Practice (PGDPP) or the Master of Professional Practice (MPP), should you wish to continue with postgraduate study.
For more information about the PGDPP and MPP programme go to:
Career Opportunities and Outcomes
Your possible employment opportunities could include: provision of supervision in workplace or private practice.
Your study pathway could progress on to: credits towards the Postgraduate Diploma in, and Master of, Professional Practice.
There is one entry date per year:
English Language Entry Requirement
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