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Schilling CTS is proud to announce a forthcoming two-day workshop on 18 - 19 August 2015: Benedicte Schilling, systemic supervisor & trainer, clinical psychologist: How to Supervise Professionals from Multidisciplinary Professions

Schilling CTS is proud to announce a forthcoming two-day workshop on 18 - 19 August 2015: Benedicte Schilling, systemic supervisor & trainer, clinical psychologist: How to Supervise Professionals from Multidisciplinary Professions

The Application of Systemic Approaches to Mental Health and Social Care Work
A one-year part-time university accredited course for mental health, social care and child and family workers (30 level 7 ECTS credits)..
This course is designed for professionals in the field of mental health and social care looking to develop their practice and effectiveness in all areas of their work. The course will give participants an opportunity to explore and practice a wide range of systemic approaches aiming to develop their practice within their specific working contexts and personal style.
The course is divided into fifteen 7 hour days over the period of a year. Time will also need to be set aside by trainees in order that they can complete the required projects, reading, literature presentations and journal making eighteen course days in total. Trainees will also be expected to participate in a learning group ten evenings during the year.
On completing the course the trainee will gain a Post Graduate certificate validated by the Anglia Ruskin University awarding the trainee 30 ECTS points as part of the European Credit Transfer Scheme (ECTS).

The Application of Systemic Approaches to Management and Human Resource Professionals
A one-year part-time university accredited course
(level 7 - 30 ECTS credits).

This course is designed for managers and human resource workers looking to develop their skills and practice in public and private businesses and organizations in contexts of change and economic, social and cultural challenges.
The course is a profession specific course in the knowledge and practice of systemic approaches aiming to provide managers, leaders and Human Resource workers with an opportunity to gain a ‘systemic’ awareness whereby they can develop knowledge and skills relevant to their professional roles in a manner that fits the way they practice and learn.
The course is divided into fifteen 7 hour days over the period of a year. Time will also need to be set aside by trainees in order that they can complete the required projects, reading, literature presentations and journal making eighteen course days in total. Trainees will also be expected to participate in a learning group ten evenings during the year.
On completing the course the trainee will gain a Post Graduate certificate validated by the Anglia Ruskin University awarding the trainee 30 academic credits as part of the European Credit Transfer Scheme (ECTS).

Upcoming workshop 18- 19 August 2015:
Benedicte Schilling
Schilling CTS is proud to announce a forthcoming two-day workshop on 18 - 19 August 2015:
Benedicte Schilling, systemic supervisor & trainer, clinical psychologist: How to Supervise Professionals from Multidisciplinary Professions

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