Supervision Essentials

About this course

Supervision Essentials course is ideally suited to the new manager – who is responsible for a team of employees for the first time. It covers the essential requirements when making the transition to a leadership position.

This Supervision Essentials course is ideally suited to the new team leader, supervisor or manager – who is managing a team of employees for the first time. The course covers the essential requirements when making the transition to a leadership position.

Maximum number of attendees:

​24 at EMA Consulting training facility
24 at client premises

Who should participate?

This course caters for Managers and Supervisors who are required within their day-to-day duties to manage employees. No Prior experience or knowledge of employee management is required.

Relevant to

  • Leadership
  • Employee Relations

Course Content

Provides knowledge and practical skills in:

  • Roles and responsibilities of a supervisor

  • Qualities and skills of a supervisor

  • Common pitfalls and strategies 

  • The key to effective interactions

  • Giving effective feedback

  • Managing poor performance

  • Enforcing workplace policies

  • Reasonable management action

  • Dealing with difficult workers

  • Coaching and mentoring

  • Setting smart performing goals

  • Delegating and tasking effectively

  • Conducting meetings

Course Details

Group Training

Full Day Course

Available Face-to-face or online

$4,500

($4,100 for clients with a current MyEms Subscription)

NB: (excludes GST) plus reasonable travel and accommodation expenses when face-to-face training is delivered outside of the Adelaide metropolitan area.

For all enquires
please email us at info@emaconsulting.com.au

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