Nowadays, work is combined with learning. And rightly so, because only in practice you can implement what was learned in training. It is not always easy to handle complex situations efficiently and effectively. Which is why a fresh perspective of a professional outsider can help. But employees can learn a lot from each other as well.
Intervision is a structured method with which you learn, together with colleagues, how to handle situations, questions and problems that arise in the daily working practices. Intervision, provided that it is well designed and well managed, offers valuable support for employees. They become aware of the effects of their actions, and will improve the supervision of colleagues. In addition, good intervision contributes to personal growth. By reflecting upon their actions, giving feedback and supporting each other, the participants go through a learning process that will strengthen their functioning.
Program and content
- Introduction and getting acquainted
- What is intervision? (definition, purpose, difference with supervision and more)
- How to facilitate intervision? (structure, process monitoring, pitfalls)
- The best intervision methods
- In practice: practicing with intervision
- Conclusion and wrap-up
After the meeting, the participants will be able to:
- Relay the importance of intervision and describe the basic process
- Supervise intervision in a correct and productive manner
- Implement intervision using various methods.
The training consists of two sessions. No specific preparation is necessary.
The maximum number of participants is 12.