LAHP Allyship Development programme for supervisors with Lou Chiu

The Allyship for Supervisors programme is open to all LAHP supervisors looking for a space to explore the complexities of allyship in supervision. Focused on particular scenarios, like managing disclosures and epistemic safety, we will look at practical interventions and support for students and colleagues who experience systemic harm.

This programme is led by Lou Chiu, a Culture and Relationships Coach and Consultant specialising in allyship, safer spaces in helping professions, and Existential Coaching. In addition to the scheduled programme, she is also offering support surgeries for supervisors.

The programme is made up of five modules, with an additional two ‘open-door’ sessions. You can book a place on individual modules by completing the online forms available below; a Zoom link will then be sent to you the morning of the session.

Alternatively, you can download all of the sessions and Zoom links via this downloadable calendar. Please note, you will need a Google account for this.

Allyship Development Programme for Supervisors

Allyship Surgeries for CDA Supervisors

LAHP recognises the additional challenges non-Higher Education Institution based supervisors may encounter in their role. This could be anything from navigating higher education or academic jargon, negotiating several types of professional relationships, and supporting students from underrepresented communities within the field. These surgeries are bookable one-hour sessions where no-Higher Education Institution based supervisors are able to explore their allyships and supervision practices with Lou. These sessions are bookable via this Calendly link: Booking Link

Here is a quote from a previous attendee: ‘I attended the allyship training with Lou Chiu today and quite frankly it was some of the best training I have ever received. Sophisticated, clear and complex work. Quite simply very very good indeed.’

We look forward to seeing as many of you as possible at the sessions!

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