Course Information

Supervision Training: Level 2

When: 2 May 2024 - 3 May 2024
Where: Online Event
Tutors: Alison Evans, Pamela Duckerin

This course will be taught experientially as we engage together in a process of mindful exploration and inquiry to deepen our practice as supervisors.

Watch a short 4-minute video from our Supervision Lead, Alison Evans:

This 2-day course builds upon the 3-day mindfulness-based supervision training. We will continue to deepen our work with using embodied inquiry within mindfulness-based supervision, using the mindfulness-based supervision framework. Discussion and skills practise will focus on furthering our understanding of different aspects of mindfulness-based supervision, including the use of the MBI:TAC/TLC, reviewing supervision, agenda setting, supervision of supervision (supra-vision).

We will dedicate time to exploring mindfulness-based supervision in group formats. Time will be given to brief periods of practice, reflective time and exploring together in dialogue in small and large groups as we learn through our individual and collective experience. Participants will be invited to bring their experiences of supervising to the training to support our collective learning. The intention is to create an open, spacious learning environment, which will encourage and support spontaneity and creativity.


This course is for experienced mindfulness-based teachers and practitioners, who are already supervising from a mindfulness-based stance, using an inquiry approach. Applicants need to:

· have taught at least nine eight-week mindfulness courses over a minimum of three years

· have completed the 3-day level 1 mindfulness-based supervision training

· are in receipt of ongoing mindfulness-based supervision for their teaching and mindfulness-based supervision (supra-vision)

· have supervised at least 16 sessions of supervision using a mindfulness-based approach (this should include supervising at least two different supervisees and supervising at least one of them through teaching an 8-week MBP course)

From our experience and from feedback from participants, the level 2 training is much more helpful when supervisors have had some experience which is the reason we suggest a minimum number of supervisions offered before applying.

If you are unsure whether you meet the criteria for this course, please contact us to discuss.

Participants must commit to the entire online training. Unless there are exceptional circumstances, we are unable to negotiate late arrivals or early leaving. If this is not possible, please contact us to discuss before submitting an application.


This will be an online event – a Zoom link for the whole training will be sent out prior to the start date.

In order to participate in the training, you will need:

* A room where you can close the door and engage in the training away from family distraction. It may be helpful to use headphones.

* Log in via a computer which is resting on a hard surface and which has audio and webcam. Please don’t use handheld devices to log in.

When you are not speaking, please turn on mute to reduce background noise.

About the Trainers:

Our trainers are all members of the Bangor University Centre for Mindfulness training team. All have been extensively trained in this approach and engage in a rigorous ongoing process of training and supervision. We use strict criteria when selecting teachers/trainers to work with us. The name of the specific trainer(s) for this event is at the top of this page. Just click on the trainer's name to find out more about him/her.


The course will run from 9.00am - 5.00pm each day.

Please note: these timings are in BST (British Summer Time)

All times are UK. If you are attending from a different time zone, please check equivalent timings in your time zone.   

Our rates:

Our rates have no hidden extras:

Standard rate – £342.00

Bursary-assisted places are available on this event until three months before the event starts. If it is less than three months before the start date of the event, please get in touch to discuss if an application is possible.  When applying for a bursary-assisted place, please first register on the event and select the fee ‘I’m applying for a bursary-assisted place’. Once you have registered for the event you will also need to complete and return a bursary application form.  

To find out more about our bursary schemes, criteria for bursary applications and to complete the bursary application form please visit:  

Standard rate: This rate is for accessing this training as a stand-alone training event and is not part of the Teacher Training Pathway.

Employer's rate: Recognising the administrative overhead of dealing with employers, we will add a £50 surcharge if the employer is paying directly; where possible we would advise applicants to pay themselves and reclaim on expenses to avoid the charge. 

The Application and Payment Process:

Our application and payment process involves the following steps:

  1. We receive your application form and assess it to ensure that this event is suitable for you. We endeavour to make assessments within a week.
  2. Upon offering you a place, we will then invoice you for the full amount.
  3. Your place is fully confirmed once we receive your full payment.
  4. We will email you the joining instructions in advance of the course.

Payment and Cancellation Policy:

Please read our Terms and Conditions for information regarding payments and cancellations.

Contact Us:

Please feel free to email us at to discuss any questions you may have about the course or whether it is appropriate for you at this time. We will ensure that your query reaches the correct person.

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