Residential at the college 

Whatever stage of life we are in, having someone to guide us is not only helpful but sometimes essential to our development. Mentoring can have substantial benefits in terms of helping us to achieve our aspirations, motivating us to exceed limiting thinking and support us to fulfil out potential. This course will explore the roles and responsibilities of the mentoring relationship as well as identify the key skills required for an effective mentoring process. If you are someone that others turn to for advice and guidance or have an interest in exploring how best to support others, this course provides a good introduction.

Date 

27th September 2021 - 29th September 2021

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5th January 2022 - 7th January 2022

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23rd May 2022 - 25th May 2022

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Level 

Level 1

Entry Requirements 

You must be working at an Entry Level 3 and in employment or looking for work.

Learning Outcomes 

You will explore:

  • What mentoring is and isn’t and the key principles
  • The mentoring agreement; its purpose and function 
  • Roles, responsibilities and the process of mentoring
  • Key skills required
  • Different approaches, questioning styles and feedback models

Progression 

You may also benefit from some of our other courses in areas such as:

  • Coping with Change
  • Understanding Human Behaviour
  • Confidence and Assertiveness