26th - 28th October 2022

Residential at the college (3 days, 2 nights)



Short courses cost from £0, £25 or £50 depending on your income


Level 2

This course follows on from our Introduction to Mentoring - Level 1 course 3rd - 5th October 2022.

Mentoring can be hugely rewarding, but a mentor is also in a position of responsibility.  This course will offer a chance to think carefully about how to manage that responsibility effectively. We will look at the policies and procedures of mentoring, exploring legal and ethical guidelines and referral processes to ensure that mentors are confident in setting boundaries in mentoring relationships. We will also consider how the mentoring relationship might be impacted by individual differences, including different responses to change, as well as thinking about the importance of reflective practice in mentoring. Learning about these issues will lead to the development of a plan for the use of mentoring skills in the workplace

This course is ideal if you are working, or looking for work, in a role that involves mentoring or coaching.

During this course we will:

  • Think about how and why mentoring can be useful and productive
  • Consider policies, procedures and guidelines as well as possible challenges barriers in the mentoring relationship
  • Develop an action plan for using mentoring skills in the future

The learning outcomes of this course are:

  • To understand the purpose of mentoring
  • To understand policies and procedures for mentoring relationships
  • To understand reflective practice in mentoring
  • To explore different attitudes to change and how these impact the mentoring relationship
  • To develop a plan for using mentoring skills in the workplace


Following successful completion of this course you will receive a college certificate

Entry Requirements

You must be working at Level 1 Literacy or above