For Psychologists and Allied Health Professionals
There are four parts to supervisor training. All training is developed by the CRRH, uses an interprofessional education (IPE) model of learning, and is open to any discipline. Psychologists will have to complete extra learning modules in Part 1 to meet Psychology Board of Australia (Board) requirements.
Psychologists wanting to become a Board approved supervisor will need to successfully complete parts 1 to 3 of the full training in sequential order. Psychologists wanting to maintain their status as a Board approved supervisor will need to complete part 4 (Masterclass) at least every 5 years. The Board will send you your date for completion of part 4. You can complete either one or more Masterclasses to meet the boards requirements, or you can choose to complete part 2 of the full training as a general refresher.
Information about each of these parts is available below.
Full Supervisor Training
Part 1: Knowledge Assessment
Part 2: Skills Training Workshop
Part 3: Competency Based Assessment and Evaluation
Masterclasses for Experienced Supervisors
MC1: Supervising Underperformance and Addressing Conduct/Professional Concerns
MC2: Supervising Higher Degree Provisional Psychologists in a Regional, Rural and Remote Context
MC3: Supervising for Ethical, Cultural and Social Competence in Rural and Remote Practice