2 September 2024
9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Registration from 9:30am; course runs 10am to 4:30pm. Refreshments and lunch will be provided. A certificate of attendance will be issued to all delegates who attend the full course.
Booking closes at 9am on 19 August 2024 (or earlier, if all places are taken), as the venue requires the final numbers in advance. Reservations are confirmed when full payment is received. We anticipate high demand, so prompt booking and payment are advised to avoid disappointment.
MHLA Members = £150.00
Non-members = £195.00
Professional Development Hours = 6*. Reference BYE/MHLA.
*This course does not attract structured PD hours for the purposes of TLS Mental Health Accreditation Scheme, but does attract PD for Continuing Competency, per SRA requirements.
This highly acclaimed course takes delegates through the Legal Aid Agency supervisor standards and procedures. Our expert trainers will provide guidance and advice on how to supervise effectively and in line with your contractual obligations. Whether you are an experienced supervisor looking to refresh and enhance your skills to inform effective supervision, or thinking about applying for supervisor status, this course will provide you with the opportunity to develop your skills and technique.
In addition to the procedural requirements and top tips from the facilitators, there is a major focus on interactive role-play and case examples where the course facilitators will guide you through ‘real life’ scenarios arising in supervision of fee earners and in file reviews/audits, with the opportunity to discuss your experiences with fellow practitioners.
Early booking and prompt payment is strongly recommended to secure your attendance on this course, as places are limited.
Feedback from previous delegates:
“Thank you for making the course informative and interesting, if not a bit daunting! Lots of food for thought.”
“Highly recommend this course. Really informative and thorough, interactive, really great.”
“I have gained a lot about thinking how I can improve my supervision and not just thinking about it in terms of ‘compliance’ but more about helping those around me to flourish.”
Venue: London (Richbell Place)