Our popular Certificate of Credit in Theory and Practice of Mentoring short course will be running October-December 2016 and is now open for applications at both Level 4 and Level 7.
The course explores real-world applications of mentoring skills in various settings and helps you develop supportive relationships in your family, community or organisation.
You will examine the distinctions between mentoring and other helping practices including performance coaching and counselling.
The course explores key perspectives which inform and underpin the practice of mentoring. Through a series of structured exercises and case study materials, you will develop an understanding of the core skills and competencies necessary to the mentoring role.
You can find out more about the course and apply on the Staffs University website:
Please get in touch with the module leader, Louise Rutherford, if you have any queries.