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© 2019 Centre for Innovation in Peer Support.

Introduction to Peer Staff Supervision

6 hours

Who should attend?

Anyone supervising peer staff roles, whether you have been doing it for years but have never received training on it, have just begun or are preparing to hire peer staff.
 

Curriculum includes:

  • The definition of peer support

  • Peer support values

  • What peer support workers are trained on

  • How to prepare your agency to implement peer work

  • What the responsibilities of a supervisor are

  • How to be a change agent

  • How to best support peer work authenticity in your agency/organization

In person and online options available

Now accepting registration for January, 2020

TESTIMONIALS

HERE'S WHAT SOME OF OUR PARTICIPANTS HAVE HAD TO SAY ABOUT OUR TRAINING SESSIONS:

"The two day Peer Staff Training provided a broad perspective on the benefits of peer support in the community and the advantages of working alongside clinical staff.  The training gave me encouragement, an open mind and a clearer understanding of my role as Peer Mentor" 
-Peer Staff Supervisor Training participant

"Overall I felt validated that my agency and myself are doing a lot of things in line with Peer Work values.  I found the information regarding hiring Peer Workers especially helpful with clear take-aways" 
-Peer Staff Supervisor Training participant

"I enjoyed every area of the training.  There was knowledge to be gained in each section." 
-Peer Staff Supervisor Training participant

"I thoroughly enjoyed participating in the [online] Peer Supervision training.  I found it was extremely relevant to the work that I am doing, and the facilitators were extremely helpful in guiding me through the material.  There was also an abundance of take-away material that I will be sure to continue to utilize in the work that I am doing."

-Allison, Mood Disorders Association of Ontario

"I learned a lot about my specific role as a peer and how to function in it no matter what setting I'm in, by holding true to the core values."

-Peer Values in Action Training participant

"Overall the training was very informative, but the best part was how there was encouraged conversation/discussion amongst each other throughout the topics covered.  It allowed for us to feel more engaged with the training."

-Peer Values in Action Training participant

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