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Advanced Diploma in Clinical Supervision

Advanced Diploma in Clinical Supervision is a course run by PCI College, Dublin. It is an Online course with a duration of 100 hour programme over eight weekends from October to May. For more information about Advanced Diploma in Clinical Supervision at PCI College, please review the details below.

This Advanced Diploma in Clinical Supervision course is for those intending to work as a supervisor, or for experienced supervisors who wish to gain a formal qualification in the practice of supervision. The programme is suitable for qualified counsellors & psychotherapists, psychologists, social workers and any other healthcare professionals who may benefit from supervision skills and knowledge in organisational or private practice contexts.

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Training ProviderPCI College
Course LocationDublin
Location PostcodeDublin 22
Course TypeOnline Learning
Awarding Body DetailsMiddlesex University Advanced Diploma in Supervision
Course Duration100 hour programme over eight weekends from October to May
Course TimeBegins October 2021 and takes place at weekends
Course Fee4,050 & MU Reg
Entry RequirementsApplicants are required to hold a Diploma or Degree (Level 7 or higher) in Counselling and Psychotherapy, Social Work, Sociology, Psychology, Education, Medicine or equivalent. Applicants who do not hold a Level 7 qualification may be considered on the basis of substantial relevant experience and training. Applications in this category will be considered on a case by case basis and applicants will be required to furnish documentary evidence of experience and training. Applicants must be qualified practitioners who have begun supervising other professional practitioners (trainees or experienced) or are about to do so. A minimum of three years’ post-qualification experience as a practitioner is required. Applicants must provide a recommendation from their supervisor. Entry is by application form, short essay* and a recommendation letter from the supervisor. Applicants may be invited to interview. *Applicants are required to submit a 500-word essay of why you wish to engage in supervisor training. Your submission should show that you have the competencies to meet the requirements of the course and the ability to write essays to the required standard and to set up supervisory arrangements where you act as a supervisor.
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Corrig House, Old Naas Road, Clondalkin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland

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