FDAP services FDAP Qualifications Supervision You will be asked to give supervision details for all the work you refer to in your application (that is, all the work you use to show you meet Criterion 4 and your current work). You may use one-to-one supervision, team supervision, group supervision and peer supervision. Peer supervision is where all members of the group give and receive supervision. Group supervision is where group members receive supervision from a group facilitator, who is not supervised within that group, and team supervision is where the group members work as a team within an organised therapeutic context. You may add hours from different supervision arrangements to give a total of at least 1½ hours a month. Your supervision time is calculated as follows: Individual supervision: Claim all of the time you are in supervision Team and Group supervision: Groups of four or less (not including the group facilitator or the group supervisor) = Claim half of the time Groups of five or more (not including the group facilitator or the group supervisor) = Claim a third of the time Peer supervision: Groups of four or less = claim half of the time Groups of five or six = Claim a third of the time If the supervision is peer supervision, when asked on the application for the supervisor’s name, nominate and name one group member only who can represent the group. Your nominated Supervisor should see your application in order to compile his or her report. For more information on how information regarding supervision is to be evidenced, see the application guidance.