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Maria Gilbert & Charlotte Sills

In: Training Counselling Supervisors: Strategies, Methods and Techniques

Chapter 7: Training for Supervision Evaluation

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Training for Supervision Evaluation
Training for supervision evaluation
MariaGilbert and CharlotteSills
Introduction

We conceptualize the task of evaluation in supervision as assessing answers to the following questions: What is the aim of supervision? Is that aim being achieved?

This chapter focuses on training supervisors in the evaluation of their supervision. Supervisors generally agree that the goal of supervision is to enhance the quality of the service to the client and towards this end to develop the competence of the practitioner. Given this focus, in thinking about training for evaluation, we consider it important for the supervisor to reflect on what evaluation might mean in their own particular context and within their own theoretical orientation. The specific answers to the above questions, the details of what constitutes an enhancement of ...

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