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Administrative Supervision Refresher Training

On-Demand Pre-Recorded Training

This 3 hour supervisor refresher training is geared towards Social Work supervisors and covers administrative supervision. It examines key definitions of supervision including the definition in the Maryland COMAR regulations. Participants will examine the context and various aspects of the process of supervision including setting goals and expectations. This interactive training uses lecture, discussion and reflective exercises designed to enhance participants’ knowledge and skills related to administrative supervision that can be applied to a variety of settings.

About the Course

On-Demand Pre-Recorded Training

Recorded April 2022



NBCC Credit Hours


MD Social Work


Category II

DC  Social Work




1 Year Online Course Access
Downloadable Course Workbook
Continuing Education Credit Hours
Valid for MD Social Work Supervision Renewal

Target Audience

Social Workers and applicable for other mental health professionals, including: licensed professional counselors, marriage and family therapists, psychologists, licensed addictions counselors

Course Level


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  • An instructional video is provided at the start of each training.

  • Pause and save your progress as you go and come back later, if needed.

  • Complete the course videos, quizzes, and course evaluation and then get your certificate immediately!

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Course Instructor

Pamela Love Manning, PhD, MBA, MSW

Dr. Pam Love is the owner of DP Love Enterprises LLC, a Maryland based company that offers
personal/professional development training, leadership consulting, board development and coaching. In addition to studying training as part of her dissertation, she has facilitated training nationally. Pam has been an administrator of a research department and has held numerous other leadership positions. In addition to working with senior leaders and managers, Pam has worked with returning citizens and
women with a sexual trauma history. Pam has taught social work, psychology and family studies
courses for a number of universities in Maryland and taught in the virtual MSW program for the
University of Southern California. Pam earned her MBA from Morgan State University, an MSW and PhD from the University of Maryland SSW, and a B.S. in Psychology from Coppin State College.

Course Objectives

After attending this training, participants will be able to...

  • Define supervision and the roles and responsibilities of supervisors.

  • Identify characteristics of effective and ineffective supervisors.

  • Describe the impact of an organization’s climate and culture on employees.

  • Determine ethical supervision and boundaries in the supervisory relationship.

  • Plan for contracting and goal-setting with supervisees.

Course Agenda

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