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Health Education & Training Institute (HETI), NSW Government
This workforce development tool was developed to promote the widespread provision of high-quality supervision across adult and children’s social care in New South Wales, Australia, with application to a wider workforce
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SA Health, Allied & Scientific Health Office
Supervision of clinicians has been identified as a national priority by Health Workforce Australia (HWA).
This document was developed to support AHPs to access consistent, effective supervision and support mechanisms in order to improve the safety and quality of healthcare. It is to be read in conjunction with the Allied & Scientific Health Clinical Governance document
- Certificate/Diploma in Supervision at Metanoia Institute, 13, North Common Road, Ealing, LONDON, W5 2QB
- Advanced Diploma in Supervision at PCI College Belfast, Inspire Central Office, Lombard House, 10-20 Lombard Street, Belfast, BT1 1RD
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