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Clinical supervisor roles

Discussion in 'Teaching and Learning' started by Jacquibobacky, Apr 20, 2018.

  1. Jacquibobacky

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    Hello fellow foot people,

    Has anyone here had experience as a clinical supervisor?
    I've recently been looking at a local position that's opened, and was really quite excited about it, but the criteria seems to imply that you need a degree in education on top of podiatry(+clinical experience).

    Is this an industry standard? I understand that a post-grad would be required for lecturing positions, but would rather not have to do an entire education degree in order to move into being a clinical supervisor (especially when there are far more interesting and applicable post grads to work towards).

    Thanks in advance for any advice or guidance :)
    Further info: The job role is in Australia, and I've been working full time for over 6 years as a podiatrist, including as senior podiatrist to new-grads and work experience kids.
     
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