Indigenous Perspectives Society

Supervisory Training

 

IPS Supervisory Training is designed to offer supervisors support while enhancing knowledge and skills through the opportunity to examine the roles as a supervisor in the child and family services agencies. This training helps participants learn best practices of this challenging role.

Supervisory I, II & III are three day courses that provide interactive and content based training to assist supervisors in their day to day roles.

Training Outcomes Supervisory I

  • Conflict in Context
  • Roles and responsibilities
  • Communication
  • Team values
  • Occupational Hazards
  • Vision and Values

Training Outcomes Supervisory II & III

  • Supportive Supervisory Training
  • Team Work
  • Iisaak Respect for self and others
  • Mentoring Indigenous Practice
  • Touchstones: Indigenous Values and the Law
  • Personnel Practices

Upcoming Supervisory Training:

Supervisory I
Date: October 20-22, 2020
Location: Online

Supervisory II & III
Date: November 3-5, 2020
Location: Online

Register Here

For more information regarding this training please contact our Programs Coordinator:
Michele Oatman | Ext. 221
T: 250.391.0007
E: info@ipsociety.ca