An introduction to remote supervision
This webinar is an introduction to remote supervision and will look at some of the principles and factors to be considered when supervising groups remotely.
This short online MTA session forms part of a free series of informative and interactive webinars designed to help provide continued support for members during the current lockdown. All sessions are hosted by experts in their fields and/or Mountain Training Course Directors that run training and assessment courses. The majority of our hosts are also current MTA workshop providers. All hosts are generously volunteering their time to run these sessions for members.
We anticipate these sessions will last for about an hour, but please leave extra time in your schedule.
Gavin Kelly is an experienced Mountain Training course director and runs practical remote supervision workshops for MTA.
Send us your questions in advance:
If you have a pre-prepared question that you'd like to be answered as part of the session, please send it in at least 2 days before the event is due to take place - email your question, name, MTA ID and webinar title to firstname.lastname@example.org
How to book:
Click the Book online button to secure your place.
What happens next:
If you're not already familiar with Zoom.us, you will need to create a free online Zoom account, then you're good to go!
One day before the event you will receive an email from us containing the Zoom code that allows you to access the webinar online.
Recording the webinar:
Before you book we would like to make you aware that we intend to record all MTA webinars so that we can upload them into the MTA Members' Area as a useful resource for all members to access in the future. If you have any concerns please contact us prior to booking/attending.
We look forward to welcoming you to this session.