Under supervision definition

Under supervision means under the direct and personal supervision, and in the presence, of a person who holds a specified certificate, where such supervision is being provided for the purposes of training.
Under supervision means providing the relevant services to clients under the responsibility of a staff member who has both an appropriate qualification and appropriate experience. The staff member can work under supervision for a maximum period of 4 years except where a shorter period is determined by the CA.

Examples of Under supervision in a sentence

  • Under supervision from higher level professional engineers as to method of approach and requirements, the professional engineer performs normal professional engineering work and exercises individual judgement and initiative in the application of engineering principles, techniques and methods.

  • Under supervision, a Tutor’s duties may include individual tutoring sessions, group tutoring sessions, presentation at workshops, and other duties as assigned.

  • Under supervision, a student may review their final exam by appointment with the instructor.

  • LEVEL 4Title: Senior Designer; Senior EngineerDuties: Under supervision of Project Manager, reviews project elements to conform to project requirements, directs designer and others on projects.

  • No person may arrange for a person to carry out works unless he is either, • Competent• Under supervision of a competent person The business selects personnel based on ability and where possible seeks demonstration by certification.

  • Qualifications: BA, BS degree or equivalent experience.Experience: Minimum 5 years LEVEL 3Title: Designer; Abatement Service TechnicianDuties: Under supervision of Designer or Engineer takes designed systems and layout data and sketches and translates into usable information on construction documents or feasibility studies.

  • Under supervision from higher-level professionals as to the method of approach and requirements, the graduate performs normal professional work and exercises individual judgement and initiative in the application of architectural principles, techniques and methods.

  • Under supervision, the youth will engage in meaningful work experience linked to one of the sixteen career clusters.

  • Under supervision, a physician assistant may insert a nasogastric tube, bladder catheter, needle, or peripheral intravenous catheter, but not a flow-directed catheter, and may perform minor suturing, venipuncture, and subcutaneous intramuscular or intravenous injection.

  • Under supervision of the Chairman, drafts of the Agenda for each meeting, along with explanatory notes are prepared and distributed in advance to the Board members.


More Definitions of Under supervision

Under supervision means providing the relevant services to clients under the responsibility of a staff member who has both an appropriate qualification and appropriate experience.
Under supervision means under the supervision of the DCA. If the organisation has already properly authorised airworthiness review staff, the DCA may accept that the supervision be performed by this existing airworthiness review staff in accordance with an approved procedure. In such case, evidence of the airworthiness review performed under supervision should be provided to DCA. If satisfied, the DCA will issue the formal acceptance.
Under supervision means that activities performed independently by trainees must be reviewed and corrected, as needed, by training supervisors.

Related to Under supervision

  • Group supervision means the process of clinical supervision of no more than six persons in a group setting provided by a qualified supervisor.

  • Supervision means the ongoing process performed by a supervisor who monitors the performance of the person supervised and provides regular, documented individual consultation, guidance and instruction with respect to the skills and competencies of the person supervised.

  • Independent educational evaluation means an evaluation conducted by a qualified examiner who is not employed by the public agency responsible for the education of the child in question.