E-Supervision; The Future of the Social Work Supervision Practice in Indonesia
This study aims to analyze the implementation of the supervision of social work practice processes carried out in 34 provinces throughout Indonesia by emphasizing the supervision function which includes administration, education and supportive functions. This research was conducted using a descriptive qualitative approach. Data collection techniques used in this research are literature studies. The results of the study found that there were obstacles in supervising social workers/supervision due to regional geographical distance constraints and the lack of social workers who had educational background on social work or social welfare. The findings of this study propose the design of an online-based supervision model to support the practice of supervision in Indonesia, which refers to the need to carry out current social work tasks.