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ELSA Supervision – Lincoln – 5 NEW SESSIONS

£250.00

ELSAs have received specific, enhanced training to develop their capacity to meet the social and emotional needs of children and young people. Supporting vulnerable children and young people requires enormous skill, knowledge and emotional resilience. For this reason, supervision forms an integral part of ‘containing the container.’

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Why is on-going supervision important?

ELSAs have received specific, enhanced training to develop their capacity to meet the social and emotional needs of children and young people. Supporting vulnerable children and young people requires enormous skill, knowledge and emotional resilience. For this reason, supervision forms an integral part of ‘containing the container.’

Experience has shown that without on-going supervision, ELSA support can morph into something quite different and, therefore, dilute its effectiveness.

What is supervision?

The purpose of supervision is to provide a safe and confidential space for staff to reflect on and discuss their work and their personal and professional responses to their work. The focus is on supporting staff in their personal and professional development and in reflecting on their practice.

What are the benefits? These supportive sessions will help ELSAs:

  • Develop their resilience and sense of wellbeing
  • Keep working practices safe
  • Keep ELSAs aware of key initiatives and research
  • Develop their problem-solving and solution finding skills
  • Increase their feelings of competence
  • Reduce their stress; avoiding ‘burnout’

NOTE: If you are a practising ELSA, accessing supervision is integral and essential to your continuing professional development and role as an ELSA. Guidance from the ELSA Network states that ELSAs should access on-going supervision from qualified Educational Psychologists in order to continue to be able to offer ELSA support in their settings. ELSAs who do not access supervision will be at risk of being de-registered.

Additional information

Duration

5 x 2 hour sessions. Sessions will be 13.00 – 15.00

1. 10th November 2022
2. 26th January 2023
3. 16th March 2023
4. 18th May 2023
5. 29th June 2023

Course Leader(s)

Russell Postlethwaite, Educational Psychologist and / or Dr Tracey Bishop

Audience

Trained ELSAs

Venue

Keyworth Centre, Skellingthorpe Rd. Lincoln LN6 0EP

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