2 edition of Supervision in youth work found in the catalog.
Supervision in youth work
M. Joan Tash
Bibliography: p. 174-175.
|Statement||by M. Joan Tash.|
|Contributions||London Council of Social Service., National Council of Social Service.|
|LC Classifications||HV1421 .T3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 175 p.|
|Number of Pages||175|
|LC Control Number||67101984|
Although the historical development of social work supervision provides critical insights into its nature, scant scholarly attention has been paid to this subject (Rabinowitz, ), and little effort has been made to search through the history of social work practice to discover when and how supervision arose. Supervision in Child and Youth Care Practice urges readers to prioritize supervision as an essential element of the professional and personal development of child and youth care workers. By applying the same interpersonally-focused framework that guides relational child and youth care, this text equips readers with strategies for making.
Download file to see previous pages At youth work activities, other forms of supervision do occur. Supervision could be done out in groups where the manager/supervisor schedules meetings with a number of youth workers simultaneously. Coaching and personal supervision are now well-accepted methods of learning for staff and managers alike, with teh merit of being individualised. Joan Tash was one of the pioneers of this approach. This book was based on an action research project in the field of youth work and the lessons gained.5/5(1).
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In a youth work context, and analyzes the benefits of this approach. The framework was developed during a year long National Afterschool Matters Practitioner Fellowship in the U.S. in Key words: Reflective Practice, Youth Work Supervision, Action Research. Youth Service Development Council circa Following on from the supervision project, M.
Joan Tash continued to work part-time for the YMCA training general secretaries, but with the extension of youth work training to two years, and the establishment of the YMCA National College to accommodate the change in direction of training suggested by the Fairbairn-Milson Report (Youth and Community.
The article describes and explores a process of staff development facilitated by the author which involved providing supervision training to a group of youth work practitioners at Cork YMCA in. Implementing Consistent Supervision in Youth Work Settings: Good Practice Guidelines (Word document) Author: Sally Nash Sally has worked with Youth for Christ for over 20 years in training and supporting youth workers, and is now Director of the Midlands Centre for Youth Ministry based at St John's Nottingham.
Supervision in Youth Work Paperback – April 1, by Tash (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" — Author: Tash. The functions of supervision. Examining the different functions of supervision throws up various questions and issues.
These questions include asking ‘in whose interest does supervision work?’ Confusion also arises concerning notions such as ‘mentoring’, ‘practice teaching’ and ‘clinical supervision’. Management and Supervision of Social Workers, edited by L.K.
Engelbrecht, Andover: Cengage Learning EMEA, ( pp, ISBN)Author: Adrian D. Van Breda. The purpose of this study was to examine the perceptions expressed by undergraduate students preparing for a career in youth work regarding their knowledge and competence of supervision in a park and recreation setting.
It was found in the pre- and post- surveys that future youth workers believe they are confident in : Heather M. Olsen, Brooke N. Burk. If you’re new to the concept, the scrapbook provides information on how supervision can improve your youth work or if you’re already engaged you can use the tools provided to evaluate how your practice is going.
Baxter, R and Eriksen, T (). Supervision Scrapbook 2nd. Supervision in Youth Work. By M. Joan Tash. The Report of a Two-year Training Project in which Selected Youth Workers Acquired Skill in Supervising National Council of Social Service (London). Publications: Author: M.
Joan Tash: Publisher: National Council of Social Service, Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. Professor Tsui in this book makes a substantial contribution to the contemporary literature on social work supervision. This literature, if it is to meet the reader's legitimate expectations, must have several aspects and all of these are addressed by this author.
The difficult nature of working with adolescents highlights the weight of non-managerial supervision for youth workers. Understanding adolescence Maintaining an understanding of adolescents and how they interact with their environment is an adequate reason to engage in supervision.
Designed for use by busy supervisors, Handbook of Clinical Social Work Supervision, Third Edition, offers a new partnership model of supervision. Thoroughly revised and updated, Handbook of Clinical Social Work Supervision, Third Edition, addresses the dramatic changes in the field brought by new technologies and managed care/5(15).
Supervision in Youth Work by M. Joan Tash,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. 3 Redefining Supervision in the Field of Youth Work HUMAN DEVELOPMENT Much of what we know about high-quality youth work overlaps the concepts of adult learning.
For example, the following are commonly agreed upon quality youth program components. • Physical File Size: KB. The What’s and What Not’s of Workplace Supervision: What it is: A safe place for encouraging the reflective practitioner inside A structured time to focus on areas of strength and development in your youth work practice, your program management and your wider organization A space for bouncing ideas, venting frustrations, exploring solutions and creating an [ ].
Youth, and Human Services Division at the University of Northern Iowa. She is also the assistant director for the National Program for Playground Safety. Her work includes 10 years of providing educa-tion and training to afterschool programs, early childcare programs, and elementary schools.
Her research areas include supervision andFile Size: KB. Get this from a library. Supervision in youth work. By M. Joan Tash. The report of a two-year training project in which selected youth workers acquired skill in supervising.
[M Joan Tash]. This article explores the concept of supervision and its implementation within a youth work context. The article describes and explores a process of staff development facilitated by the author which involved providing supervision training to a group of youth work practitioners at Cork YMCA in Ireland and continuing to meet them on a monthly basis over a period of a year in a mentoring by: 5.
With the proposed development of the 'youth professional' and the consolidation of graduate professional qualifications, this is an important time for youth work.
This book sets out the current state of debate about youth work for those considering, or about to embark on, a degree course. Contemporary debates in youth work are explored, and help to give students a sense of its history and 5/5(1). Supervision. Toolkit Compiled by Paula Bromley, Principal Youth Officer Reviewed August Supervision Guidelines.
Bath and North East Somerset Youth Service is committed to providing an effective and well-managed service. It is therefore the responsibility of all its managers to ensure that staff and volunteers are regularly supervised.Systems Are Improving Practice by Reducing Supervision for Youth Who Do Not Need It The overall approach to supervision relies on risk assessments, screening instruments, and other tools to help systems shift youth to the lowest form of supervision needed to meet their needs and, in some cases, to divert youth from the system entirely.YOUTH WORK This chapter introduces the links between the purpose of youth work, the core values and principles for youth work practice and an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of a youth worker, which underpin the first steps in building professional relationships with .