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H SER 430 - Program Management, Supervision & Lead

5 Credits
Explores all issues related to the oversight of youth development programming and the supportive, ethical, and productive supervision of agency personnel. This course takes the student through the process of developing a comprehensive agency plan including the development of clear policies and procedures and the components of resource development and budgeting. Included are strategies for the recruitment, development, and retention of diverse and high-quality employees.

Program Admission Required Yes Admitted Program BAS - H SER

Quarters Typically Offered

Winter Evening

Designed to Serve Students pursing the Applied Baccalaureate degree in Youth Development
Active Date 2016-05-06

Grading System Decimal Grade
Class Limit 24
Contact Hours: Lecture 55 Lab 0 Worksite 0 Clinical 0 Other 0
Total Contact Hours 55
Degree Distributions:
ProfTech Course Yes
Restricted Elective Yes
Course Outline
1. The evolution of supervision in youth work and related fields;

2. The philosophy, principles, goals, and objectives of supervision;

3. Current models and effective practices;

4. The supervisory relationship;

5. Supervision in a cultural context;

6. Transitioning into supervision;

7. Supportive supervision and maintaining a positive agency culture;

8. The development and maintenance of learning agency or organization;

9. Encouraging collaborative practice and work teams;

10. Becoming a transformational leader;

11. Ensuring safety and managing risk in the supervision of youth programs;

12. Staff development and evaluation;

13. Effective procedural planning and process improvement;

14. Addressing worker problems and coaching.

Student Learning Outcomes
Describes the essential roles and responsibilities of supervision in programs / agencies that serve youth

Describes and applies key theoretical models of supervision based on their relevance;

Researches and applies effective practices for supervision is youth-related social services

Demonstrates intentional reflective supervision;

Demonstrates the development of a positive supervisory relationship with all agency employees;

Describes all necessary components of a positive and learning culture for an agency;

Describes supervisory practices that keep an agency focused on continuous improvement;

Describes supervisory practices that keep an agency focused on intra-agency, inter-agency, and community collaboration.

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