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The play centre supervisor carries out tasks related to the planning, management and promotion of free play spaces that ensure the development of children and adolescents through playful activities. Their skills span the field of leisure and free-time as well as that of education through play. The profile of the play centre supervisor integrates aspects of management, to the extent that they are responsible for the organisation of the services offered by their work centre, and aspects of direct involvement and interaction with the centre's users.


  • Design, manage and plan the activities of their work centre in accordance with the characteristics of the centre's users.
    Know and have a good grasp of how to use the ESAR (Exercise, Symbolic, Assembly, with Rules) system of game identification (role playing, educational, playful, war games, strategy, multimedia, symbolic, hand-crafted, industrial, scientific, ideological, community games over Internet, etc.)
    Stay up-to-date with the characteristics and functionality of games and toys, based on the assigned play age, and know the trends that dominate the market and the industries of the resources they manage.
    Organise, classify and distribute games and toys in the workspace, determining the most appropriate age for playing with each.
    Oversee the maintenance of the games, toys, computers, books and other equipment at their work centre.
  • Prepare and promote projects for the creation and carrying out of play activities, in accordance with the needs and characteristics of the centre's users.
    Plan play activities (contests, competitions, festivals, holidays, etc.) to actively promote their work centre, in accordance with the service offering.
    Promote the users' proactive participation in community games, encouraging the integration of all the centre's users, according to their motivations and interests.
    Actively participate in play activities that require their presence as a game leader.
  • Assess the procedural results of the designed activities, for both individual and group games, with the aim of redefining the assignment of games and toys according to the users' interests.
    Individually follow the user-game and user-toy interaction in order to redesign activities or reassign games and toys if this interaction is not satisfactory.
  • Guide and advise parents, teaching professionals and other professionals who provide services to groups of children or adolescents on the way to address aspects of the individuals' development through play.
    Address enquiries posed by parents or professionals related to the areas of socio-cultural care or teaching, with the aim of suggesting which activities, games or toys are most appropriate for each person, based on their progress.
    Design playful intervention programmes for professionals related to areas of socio-cultural care or teaching in order to advise them on how to give their task a playful focus.

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