Peer and Group Practical Supervision and Assessment

PSC60018 12.5 Credit Points Singapore


  • One semester/teaching period

Contact hours

  • 36

On-campus unit delivery combines face-to-face and digital learning.

Aims and objectives

In this unit the participants will learn how to give and receive feedback in the supervisory process. With the aim of enhancing
supervisee’s effectiveness, participants will also know the difference between summative and facilitative evaluation in order to
achieve ongoing feedback and evaluation in the supervisory relationship. Provision of supervision in a range of contexts is
covered with discussion around the differences between formal supervision, informal peer supervision, mentoring and group
supervision. This is aimed to assist students in learning specific skill sets to adapt to various roles and effectively navigate the
range of settings and modes in which supervision is provided..
Unit Learning Outcomes:
At the conclusion of this unit students should be able to:
1. Provide individual supervision in different settings and different modalities
2. Demonstrate ability to establish supervisory relationship
3. Identify and demonstrate strategies to develop supervisees’ confidence and competencies
4. Demonstrate the ability to encourage supervisees to formulate their own interventions
5. Evaluate supervisee’s progress and process skills

Courses with unit

A unit of study in the Graduate Certificate in Clinical Supervision (GC-CLSUP) and Graduate Diploma in Clinical Supervision (GD-CLSUP) programs.