The objective of this course is for the candidate to supervise Basic and Advance Practica. The course consist of four phases – preparation, training, practice and endorsement.
Prerequisites: The candidate has to be CTRT Certified. He or she needs to sign a contract with his or her Faculty Program Consultant (FPC), and subsequently, submit a Letter of Intent indicating the desire to attend.
- Understanding what to teach about and how to teach Choice Theory, Reality Therapy and Lead Management
- Development of role-playing skills for teaching purposes and demonstrating it competently
- Understanding the value of lectures and activities, and using it effectively to teach
- Understanding the difference between Basic and Advance Practicum
- Prepare and support candidates toward successfully completing their certification
- Developing own strategies and materials to conduct supervision sessions
Prerequisites: Prior to registering for this phase, the candidate and the FPC need to complete the Checklist of Competencies to verify the candidates skills level.
- Teaching, Experimenting, Guiding, and Demonstrating with Role-Plays
- Teach, Guide and Manage participants with Self-Evaluation and Feedback
- Teaching Strategies and Skills
- Communication Strategies and Management
- Self-Managing for Effective Teaching
- Development of Materials to Enhance Learning
- Professionalism and Ethics
Objective: It is expected that the candidate is able to co-lead at least one complete practicum, preferably the Advance Practicum. In order to be eligible for the Endorsement Phase, the candidate and the FPC need to both complete the Checklist of Competencies and sign by the FPC, verifying the candidate’s knowledge and skills.
Objective: It is expected that the candidate is able to demonstrate competency to lead a practicum and effectively represent The Institute in supervising the Basic and Advance Practica.
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