Coaching and Mentoring
Mentoring can be a valuable part of preventative work and evidence suggests that it can have positive impacts if it is delivered in the right way at the right time. This course provides an introduction into best practice approaches for planning, implementing and evaluating effective mentoring programmes.
What is mentoring?
Planning your mentoring provision
Mentoring for high-risk young people
Peer mentoring and peer-group interventions
Reflective listening and effective communication skills
Resilience, boundaries, assertiveness
Policies and Procedures
Reporting and recording information
Monitoring impact and delivery
Who is this course for?
This course is for those interested in becoming mentors, peer mentors, specialist mentors and wish to enhance their skills around coaching and supporting young people.
To be announced.
Interested in this course? Our trainers can come to you and deliver on site. Give our team a call or email to see if we can meet your requirements.
£100 including booking fees and VAT. Early Bird tickets are available at £85. Start time 10.00. Finish time 16.00. The course consists of power points, audio visual resources, group discussions and activities. All places must be booked through the online booking system using a debit or credit card. Invoices can also be requested online.
CPD Accredited Content
This training course is officially CPD-certified, giving attendees the opportunity to benefit from up to 6 hours of CPD-accredited content across the day.