Social Work Supervision Agreement Template

Use this model to develop your monitoring agreement “I am well prepared for supervision and I am fully engaged with the supervision process in line with the Oranga Tamariki supervision process.” Participants negotiate the terms of the agreement with regard to: surveillance interviews are considered confidential, with the exception of issues relating to the safety of practices. The monitoring agreement should include an agreed procedure for managing the exchange of information. If supervision is to exchange information from a monitoring meeting, it should first discuss it with supervision, but this may not always be possible in the event of immediate security issues. Formal decisions on the processing of files must be recorded in the records management system. Decide who will do it in the surveillance contract. Participants should follow these five phases (based on mastering social supervision, Jane Wonnacott, 2012) in their discussions while forging their relationship. The final product of this process is the monitoring agreement. Ideally, the initial monitoring agreement should be reviewed after three months and, subsequently, each year. The monitoring agreement is the written document detailing how participants cooperate to achieve mutually agreed objectives. “The surveillance relationship is underpinned by the development of a relationship of trust, respect and openness, in which “risks can be taken, innovation is attempted, challenges are raised and development can be improved. The ability to establish and maintain the supervisory relationship is an essential requirement of a supervisor. »