Refresher Training in Clinical Psychology Supervision: A Blended Learning Approach

Nancy El-Farargy (NES, UK)
Copyright: © 2013 |Pages: 317
EISBN13: 9781466648470|DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-4237-9.ch016
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Supervisory training for clinical psychologists is often a pre-requisite for practitioners taking on their first graduate trainee and for seasoned practitioners who require refresher training as evidence for continuing professional development. This case study outlines some supervisory models available within the literature and discusses a blended learning model of supervisor training specifically tailored for seasoned clinical psychology supervisors – with the deliverable being an online course to supplement a face-to-face delivery of supervisory training. In managing the work, a project management methodology is journeyed through, and covers the main context of the case, the e-strategy employed, an overview of the technology used, and the content of both the online and face-to-face components. Success factors surrounding the processes used are discussed, and implications of transition phases are outlined. In implementing an online component of blended learning, such information may support other project managers who may wish to benefit from and replicate any of the processes and tools used.
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