The Postgraduate Diploma in Social Service Supervision is intended for those who have achieved a high level of professional competence and are currently supervising social and community work practitioners and/or social work students on fieldwork placements.
The diploma is designed to assist you in developing and defining a personal model of supervision relevant to the practice context you work in. You'll be introduced to selected theories and models of professional social service supervision, followed by more in-depth exploration of the administrative, educational, and clinical functions of supervision. Assessment is designed to be immediately relevant to your role as a social service supervisor.
Admission to the Postgraduate Diploma in Social Service Supervision requires you to have a relevant Bachelor's degree with an appropriate level of academic achievement (normally a minimum B- average over 300-level majoring courses).
You must also be professionally qualified in a social service field.
For general entry requirements see Massey University entry requirements.