- Evaluate theories and models that underpin the practice of professional supervision.
- Explain the legal and regulatory codes of practice that relate to professional supervision.
- Explain how evidence-based practice informs professional supervision
- Explain how to overcome power imbalance in professional supervision.
- Explain the boundaries and parameters for carrying out supervision with the supervisee.
- Describe how to provide constructive feedback to the supervisee.
- Describe how conflict can be managed within supervision.
- Analyse methods that can be used to measure performance.
- Explain how to review and agree on performance targets.
sustainable. Nearly every activity of modem life must reduce its environmental impact for sustainability goals to be delivered, this in turn requires both technological innovation and behavior change. As engineering practitioners undertake innovative and problem-solving activities it is important that the needs of diverse stakeholders are considered.
A core activity for engineering practitioners is the management of the deployment of energy-generating technologies and consumption reduction initiatives within urban, rural, coastal, or wilderness environments. In addition to understanding the function of devices, their supporting Infrastructure, and project management such engineers must be familiar with general aspects of sustainable development.
Energy and consumption reduction are just two of a wide range of issues that regard the application of the sustainable development philosophy. For such wider issues, you are strongly suggested to refer to the 17 SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) introduced by the United Nations (UN) in 2015′.