Online Course: Developing Your Identity, Skills, and Confidence as a Supervisor

Course facts:


Spring 2017: Tuesdays, April 11-May 9


Spring 2016: 2:00-3:15 PM ET

Subject: Supervision skills development
Practice level: Beginner & Intermediate 
CE credit:

ASWB: 9 hours
NAADAC: 9 hours
NBCC: 6 hours

Course type: Live online

75 minutes weekly live webcast
roughly 35 minutes of weekly home study activities

Covered topics: Supervision

Who should take this course:

  • Current supervisors who wish to enhance their skills
  • New supervisors who seek to develop strong skills
  • Those whose professional development goals include becoming a supervisor

Learning objectives:

  • Define and give examples of the four functions of supervision
  • Describe the role and utility of parallel process within the supervisory relationship
  • Name three positive outcomes for organizations that provide effective supervision
  • Demonstrate how to apply a developmental approach to support supervisors and supervisees
  • Identify three strategies for implementing supervision in your organization


  • Week 1: Introduction and Overview of Supervision
  • Week 2: Administrative Dimensions of Supervision
  • Week 3: Evaluative Dimensions of Supervision
  • Week 4: Educative and Clinical Dimensions of Supervision
  • Week 5: Supportive Dimensions of Supervision


Ayala Livny and Ken Kraybilil
Event Date: 
Tuesday, April 11, 2017 - 2:00pm to 3:15pm
Attendance Mode: 
Contact Information
Rachel Ehly
Managing Director