Leading for Excellence: Training for IPS Supervisors (sold out)

Leading for Excellence: Training for IPS Supervisors ​

8 & 9 August 2023 – this course is now sold-out

09:30 – 12:30 day 1 (delegates should also set aside 2 hours for self-directed learning and homework on the afternoon of day 1)
09:30 – 16:30 day 2 with one hour for lunch

Live online via Zoom

£280 + VAT per person (£336 total)

About this course

The supervisor role is key in implementing and continually improving a successful IPS service in order to maintain high quality IPS practice and providing the best service for its clients. 

Aimed at new IPS supervisors and team leaders, this course will help you to manage and develop IPS services. This course is an extension of our ‘Doing What Works’ course and focuses on the role and responsibilities of the IPS supervisor. 

We recommend delegates complete ‘Doing What Works’ training or have a good understanding of the IPS principles and fidelity model before attending this course.

This interactive live online course is useful both for supervisors and their managers who want to support IPS teams to improve service performance, compliance to the fidelity model and increase both quantity and quality of job outcomes for clients.

This course provides an overview of the role of a supervisor and focuses on ensuring high quality services. A complimentary course we offer is ‘Conducting IPS Supervisions’ which focuses on the practicalities of how to carry out supervisions with employment specialists. 

The training will cover:

  • The key success factors in IPS
  • Roles and responsibilities of the IPS supervisor
  • Using a strengths-based approach in IPS
  • Coaching & supervision of employment specialists
  • Managing difficult conversations
  • Quality & performance management
  • Partnership working


“[The trainers] were both clearly very knowledgeable on both IPS and leadership. I feel inspired now to go on and take lots of things forward from their training”.

“The part of the training experience that I found most helpful was Learning about supervision, handling difficult conversations, field mentoring & the resources shared. Also loved hearing others thoughts on things and how I can adapt these into my role”

“Thoroughly enjoyed it. Who said Zoom meetings couldn’t be fun!?”

Payment methods

We accept payment by invoice only.

Cancellation policy

Any confirmed booking which is subsequently cancelled by the delegate or their organisation within less than 2 weeks’ notice is subject to full payment. Cancellation with less than 3 weeks’ notice is subject to 50% payment. In the unlikely event that Centre for Mental Health needs to cancel a course, delegates will be offered a guaranteed place on the next available course or a full refund. Completion of the booking form indicates your acceptance of these terms.


Zak Palmer


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