Intervision & supervision

Intervision & Supervision


With intervision we describe group sessions where smaller groups of participants with similar backgrounds exchange experiences without the guidance of a facilitator. The goal after the training is to use the knowledge again and to learn from the experience of others (colleagues, peers).


Supervision is a group session after a training where a (large) group of participants are able to exchange experiences with each other. This happens under the guidance of a facilitator who has the required expertise in that field. Here also the (re)activation of knowledge, and the possibility to analyse and work out peer’s experiences, is central. Specific case studies are made by the participants and together they look for a solution. The facilitator gives advice and summarises.