Mentoring & Managing Apprentices Training Programme
A one-day programme for delegates to build their Mentoring skills, learn new skills and create new behaviours to support apprentices and teams with personal career progression.
Understand how to develop personal competencies and how not to develop unhealthy dependencies for the effective mentoring relationship. Develop objective measures to track effectiveness, develop awareness and responsibility in the coachee and boost morale and transform toxic attitudes into positive attitudes.
How long is the Course?
Who is the Course Aimed at?
To promote understanding of mentoring and its role in facilitating the development of skills, integration, and personal performance within organisations. Candidates will learn how to develop and manage the mentor/mentee relationship. They will discover practical tools and skills to mentor others, so they can reach full potential, boost morale, and transform toxic attitudes into positive attitudes.
- Describe the role of the effective mentor and mentee and how to use a range of skills, tools, and characteristics to enhance the mentoring process
- Understand the boundaries and responsibilities of the relationship
- Recognise the stages of the mentoring relationship and apprenticeship journey with the new standards
- Identify and practice Emotional Intelligence (EI) techniques to understand effect on self and others
- Practical experience of mentoring skills using the G.R.O.W. model*
- Demonstrate effective verbal and nonverbal communication skills to improve clarity of communication
- How to track improvements and challenge lack of it positively
- To give effective feedback in a way that encourages positive change
- Appreciative inquiry within the conversation, appreciative feedback to enable learning that translates into long term behaviour change
- Using EI to raise awareness of how people behave – what we do reflects what we get back
- Develop a learning plan
*G.R.O.W. model – Sir John Whitmore, UK developed coaching model used since the 1980’s