Unit 11 Be Able to Provide Professional Supervision in Health and Social Care or Children and Young People’s Work Settings

603 Words3 Pages
Unit 11 Analyse the principles, scope and purpose of professional supervision The purpose of a professional supervision is to see that the staff member is able to carry out their job role effectively and that they are working to the expected standards set. It also looks at whether the staff member is happy in their job role and to see how they would like to progress in their future; improve their work with someone in his or her life. 1.1The purpose of a professional supervision is to improve the quality of work so that the staff can achieve their outcomes which will help them achieve new ways of working and developing new skills and to adapt to different procedures needs. As a manager my roles is to help staff members to achieve a more effective practice through developing their knowledge competence and skills. In supervision the mangers role is to: • Ensure policies and procedures are followed • Maintain clarity about job roles, responsibilities and accountabilities. • Develop the worker as a professional person • Review objectives and priorities for work and record their progress • Monitor and regulate their work load • Develop their effectiveness. A managers a required to take supervision to meet the standards set by the a General Social Council which give clear direction to the code of practice which is set to improve the quality of work delivered and achieve the objectives and outcomes. Ryan (2004) puts it well “supervision” she writes is an inquiry into practice.it is a compassionate appreciative inquiry …In supervision we re-write the stories of our own practice... Supervision interrupts practice .It wakes us up to what we are doing. When we are alive to what we are doing we wake up to what is, instead of falling asleep in the comfort stores of our clinical routines. From the staff point of view supervision can: • Encourage clinical

More about Unit 11 Be Able to Provide Professional Supervision in Health and Social Care or Children and Young People’s Work Settings

Open Document