Blas ar Fentora – understanding good practice in workplace mentoring
|Fee:||£175 + VAT, £145 + VAT for IAITH members|
|Time:||9:30 am - 16:30 pm|
The course has been developed in in the light of the Iaith fyw: iaith byw – Bwrw mlaen policy statement which identifies mentoring by effective leaders as a way of developing Mentrau Iaith.
Aim: To enable learners to understand good practice in workplace mentoring.
Objectives: By the end of the course learners will have been introduced to:
The context for effective workplace mentoring
- the purpose of workplace mentoring
- the role, remit and responsibilities of an effective workplace mentor
- the knowledge, skills and behaviour of an effective workplace mentor
- what a workplace mentoring contract should include to ensure a quality, ethical mentoring relationship
The process for effective workplace mentoring
- how a model of mentoring can be used to manage a workplace mentoring relationship
- tools and techniques that can be used to support effective workplace mentoring
- why it is important to maintain basic records of workplace mentoring and what these should contain
- potential barriers to workplace mentoring and suitable strategies to overcome these barriers