The Waterside Centre
MON - 22/11/2021
10:00 to 12:00
4 week course
20+ Places Remaining
Course Overview

This programme is aimed to support learners wishing to work or volunteer in a Mentoring role, in a range of areas from schools, colleges, to drug or alcohol rehabilitation services, and domestic abuse support. The programme has been devised with Level 1 as a basic general introduction to the topics identified with progression to Level 2 for more in-depth learning of the role of a mentor, skills required, agreements, support and how to conduct a mentor meeting.

What will I learn?

Level 1: Explores the role of a mentor;

• What is meant by a mentor and mentee;
• Different types of mentoring and skills needed to work in this area
• Communication and the effects of this on the mentoring relationship
• Advantages and disadvantages of mentoring to both the mentor and mentee
• Mentoring agreements
• Types of support provided to a mentor

How will the course be assessed?

Learners will have the opportunity to engage in live online lessons and work independently on study tasks.

Learners will also be able to access our online study platform Moodle for resources and activities.

Level 1 Bitesize – 3 hours study per week for a period of 2 – 3 weeks, comprising of 1 ½ hours online teaching with a further 1 – 1 ½ hours independent study.

Materials and other information

For further information about this course or the mentoring qualifications please contact admin.lal@nelsongroup.ac.uk or phone 0333 003 1717.

Progression and Careers

Feedback from your tutor and peer discussions. Formative feedback in the workbook and Summative feedback when units are completed.

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