Effective Mentoring
11 november
kuni
13 november

Koolitus on inglise keeles! The aim for this program is to provide learners with the required knowledge, skills and understanding in order to effectively mentor others within an organisational context. This program is for those at all levels who want to develop their mentoring knowledge, skills and understanding in order to enhance their ability and confidence in mentoring. This is ideal for both new and existing mentors.

TRAINER: Roger Stent (UK)

Roger is an executive coach, mentor and management trainer with over 20 years experience. 

He regularly coaches and mentors all levels of staff from Chief Executives downwards, and has a highly interactive and searching training style that encourages discussion and application through the use of Accelerated Learning techniques.

He holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Executive Coaching and Leadership Mentoring through OPM (the Office of Public Management) and a Certificate in Life Coaching, and is a Member of the Association for Coaching. He is a TAP qualified trainer, and a registered practitioner of the British Psychological Society.

At present, Roger is a managing director and a leading trainer at ST*R Learning Ltd.

BENEFITS OF TRAINING

The overall benefits to learners are:

  •   Know what it takes to be an effective mentor
  •   Understand how mentoring works
  •   Learn a recognised mentoring model, and the tools and techniques to support it
  •   Put your new skills into practice and carry out supervised mentoring sessions
  •   Analyse mentoring performance in order to improve own ability

 

Program:

Understanding Good Practice in Mentoring 

This unit aims to provide the learner with an understanding of the practice required for effective mentoring within an organisational context.

The learner will understand:

  1. effective mentoring within an organisational context
  2. the importance of effective and ethical contracting in mentoring
  3. the process of effective mentoring within their own workplace
  4. the role of recording, reflection and supervision in mentoring within their own practice or other contexts

Undertaking Mentoring

This unit requires learners to undertake a minimum of 6-12 hours of effective mentoring within an organisational context plus a 1-2 hour meeting with their supervisor/tutor.  Learners will be able to identify areas for improvement through ongoing review and feedback.

The learner will be able to:

  1. plan and organise a minimum of 6-12 hours of effective mentoring with a maximum of two individuals
  2. undertake and record a minimum of 6-12 hours of effective mentoring with a maximum of two individuals
  3. gather evidence of ongoing review of their own mentoring practice

Reflecting on Mentoring Skills

This unit aims for the learner to reflect on their ability to perform effectively as a mentor within an organisational context.

The learner will be able to:

  1. review the effectiveness of their mentoring practice
  2. plan for their own development in mentoring

METHODS 

The theory sessions will be conducted using a variety of questionnaires, role plays and case studies, as well as tutorial input. Qualified Master Trainer uses Accelerated Learning techniques; the key learning process will be by discovery and exploration – it is not a lecture. These discussions will be supported by learners receiving a series of detailed ‘Further Reading’ packs containing many pages of detailed summaries of the models and concepts they will have been discussing. Also, there will be 3 home assignment tasks.

FORM OF TRAINING

Group size: 12

Language: English

Training volume:

3 days of auditory learning

70 hours of independent learning (‘written assignments based on your work environment and mentoring practice; executing mentoring sessions 6-12 x 1h; online supervision of trainer )

If learners are successful, they will receive the Award/Certificate in Mentoring by the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM is one of the leading providers of vocational qualifications in Europe).

TIME, PLACE AND PRICE

Time: November 11-13th (10.00-17.15)

Place:  Tallinn (To be specified)

Price: €+km*

*Includes: 3-day-training, materials, catering, supervision, assesment and feedback from the trainer

RECOMMENDED COURSES TO CONTINUE

Master Trainer Workshop

 

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Effective Mentoring
11 november
kuni
13 november

Koolitus on inglise keeles! The aim for this program is to provide learners with the required knowledge, skills and understanding in order to effectively mentor others within an organisational context. This program is for those at all levels who want to develop their mentoring knowledge, skills and understanding in order to enhance their ability and confidence in mentoring. This is ideal for both new and existing mentors.

TRAINER: Roger Stent (UK)

Roger is an executive coach, mentor and management trainer with over 20 years experience. 

He regularly coaches and mentors all levels of staff from Chief Executives downwards, and has a highly interactive and searching training style that encourages discussion and application through the use of Accelerated Learning techniques.

He holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Executive Coaching and Leadership Mentoring through OPM (the Office of Public Management) and a Certificate in Life Coaching, and is a Member of the Association for Coaching. He is a TAP qualified trainer, and a registered practitioner of the British Psychological Society.

At present, Roger is a managing director and a leading trainer at ST*R Learning Ltd.

BENEFITS OF TRAINING

The overall benefits to learners are:

  •   Know what it takes to be an effective mentor
  •   Understand how mentoring works
  •   Learn a recognised mentoring model, and the tools and techniques to support it
  •   Put your new skills into practice and carry out supervised mentoring sessions
  •   Analyse mentoring performance in order to improve own ability

 

Program:

Understanding Good Practice in Mentoring 

This unit aims to provide the learner with an understanding of the practice required for effective mentoring within an organisational context.

The learner will understand:

  1. effective mentoring within an organisational context
  2. the importance of effective and ethical contracting in mentoring
  3. the process of effective mentoring within their own workplace
  4. the role of recording, reflection and supervision in mentoring within their own practice or other contexts

Undertaking Mentoring

This unit requires learners to undertake a minimum of 6-12 hours of effective mentoring within an organisational context plus a 1-2 hour meeting with their supervisor/tutor.  Learners will be able to identify areas for improvement through ongoing review and feedback.

The learner will be able to:

  1. plan and organise a minimum of 6-12 hours of effective mentoring with a maximum of two individuals
  2. undertake and record a minimum of 6-12 hours of effective mentoring with a maximum of two individuals
  3. gather evidence of ongoing review of their own mentoring practice

Reflecting on Mentoring Skills

This unit aims for the learner to reflect on their ability to perform effectively as a mentor within an organisational context.

The learner will be able to:

  1. review the effectiveness of their mentoring practice
  2. plan for their own development in mentoring

METHODS 

The theory sessions will be conducted using a variety of questionnaires, role plays and case studies, as well as tutorial input. Qualified Master Trainer uses Accelerated Learning techniques; the key learning process will be by discovery and exploration – it is not a lecture. These discussions will be supported by learners receiving a series of detailed ‘Further Reading’ packs containing many pages of detailed summaries of the models and concepts they will have been discussing. Also, there will be 3 home assignment tasks.

FORM OF TRAINING

Group size: 12

Language: English

Training volume:

3 days of auditory learning

70 hours of independent learning (‘written assignments based on your work environment and mentoring practice; executing mentoring sessions 6-12 x 1h; online supervision of trainer )

If learners are successful, they will receive the Award/Certificate in Mentoring by the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM is one of the leading providers of vocational qualifications in Europe).

TIME, PLACE AND PRICE

Time: November 11-13th (10.00-17.15)

Place:  Tallinn (To be specified)

Price: €+km*

*Includes: 3-day-training, materials, catering, supervision, assesment and feedback from the trainer

RECOMMENDED COURSES TO CONTINUE

Master Trainer Workshop

 

Loe annulleerimistingimusi

Registreeru koolitusele

Ees- ja perekonnanimi (nõutud)

E-post (kellele saata kutse) (nõutud)

Kontakttelefon (nõutud)

Maksja

E-posti (kellele saata arve)

Aadress

Telefon