Supervision is a key aspect of clinical training programs, yet there is a lack of research on this important subject. The research deficit creates serious problems in the both the evaluation and supervision of trainees in clinical professions. The available literature, which is primarily found in the clinical psychology literature, demonstrates that remediation of trainees is a complex process that requires supervisors to develop explicit guidelines prior to engaging in remediation and following procedures that emphasize effective remediation and due process. One of the few resources for developing supervision remediation plans is the American Psychological Association’s (APA) Competency Remediation Plan (CRP). This course presents the CRP as a guideline to creating a plan for trainees whose performance requires remediation, along with a summary of the published literature on supervision and remediation in related fields.