Agreement between Supervisor and Accreditation Committee

Agreement between the Supervisor and the Accreditation Committee on Behalf of the Board

Document A

The Supervisor agrees:

  1. To maintain current financial membership of the BSANZ;
  2. To maintain current Professional Indemnity Insurance;
  3. To abide by the Code of Ethics of her or his professional accrediting body;
  4. To keep records of each supervision session, including dates, times and notes of each session;
  5. To have a minimum of 10 sessions of supervision per year
  6. To send six-monthly supervision progress reports to the Accreditation Committee with prior discussion with the supervisee. A total of four or more reports during the supervision period until the completion of the pathway;
  7. To discuss with the supervisee any concerns, recommendations and goals, and to report these to the Accreditation Committee;
  8. To discuss with the supervisee ethical issues, confidentiality, co-leader relationships and other issues related to progress and development as listed in the BSANZ Accreditation Committee Requirements for Supervision Reports;
  9. To discuss with both the supervisee and the Accreditation Committee any changes to the terms of the supervision agreement, including possible cessation of supervision;
  10. To discuss supervision fees with the supervisee before commencing supervision
  11. To maintain a professional relationship at all times; and
  12. To submit a final report to the Accreditation Committee, including comments about the suitability of the supervisee for completion of the pathway. This must be discussed with the supervisee before submission of the report.

Endorsed by the BSANZ board on 2 May 2017

 

Supervisor Agreement

    I agree with the terms and conditions of the Agreement between the Supervisor and the BSANZ Accreditation Committee.