Building on the coaching and mentoring skills course, this day-course will enable delegates to apply the acquired skills to a mentoring context.
Delegates will develop an understanding and practice of:
- the definition of mentoring and the differences between mentoring, coaching, spiritual direction and counselling
- the role of the mentor
- mentoring styles and frameworks
- understanding internal blocks and external blocks to mentoring
For more information about the whole coaching and mentoring course programme, please refer to the programme website.
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Who Should Apply?
To access the course, delegates must be:
- be an employee or officer with responsibility for coaching or mentoring
- completed coaching and mentoring skills day-course, or have prior training and experience.
- Examples include LAB 1/Everyone Counts, DipHE Salvation Army Officership, Pastoral Care and Psychology.
- Please contact SISTAD if you feel you have other relevant learning or experience.
Venue & Dates
Pick one of the following dates:
William Booth College, London: 25 May 2017
William Booth College, London: 5 March 2018
By the end of the course, delegates should be able to:
- describe the nature of mentoring and its appropriate application
- apply listening and questioning skills to the mentoring context
- establish if mentoring is the best tool to achieve a result
- practice mentoring with others at a basic level
April 2017: 6
May 2017: 10