Mentoring Skills Development Programmes
Our expert training will equip participants with the skills and techniques needed to form positive mentoring relationships, develop the ability and confidence to challenge and question mentees and get the most out of every mentoring conversation.
Organisations throughout the UK have used our mentoring skills programmes to achieve multiple objectives:
- Develop the talent pipeline
- Support inclusion initiatives
- Encourage an innovation culture
- Source insight and understanding from differing experiences
- Pass on specialised knowledge
- Support specific initiatives or projects
TPC Health has a proven track record of developing successful training and interventions to support mentoring in a practical and sustainable way.
Our programmes are highly interactive with an emphasis on skill practice and development. Mentors leave our training programmes with the confidence and skills required to support and encourage their mentees, positively and effectively.
We offer the following mentoring skills programmes:
2 Day Introduction to Mentoring Skills
This highly interactive programme places an emphasis on skill practice and development and will challenge participants to identify how and where they can apply their own learning.
Our experienced facilitators will work with you to understand the training requirements of your team and will develop a programme to reflect those needs. Content will include:
- What is mentoring and what role do mentors play.
- Understanding goal setting in the mentoring context.
- Key frameworks for mentoring conversations
- Range of directive and non-directive approaches
- Listening, questioning and challenging skills.
4 Day EMCC Accredited Foundation Level Award
With our accredited 4 day programme, you can develop internal mentors and ensure they have the necessary skills to support and enhance their team, as well as using mentoring to achieve the goals of the organisation.
Participants on this course will learn core models and techniques of high quality mentoring, as well as the theoretical underpinnings behind the role of mentoring.
Participants will also be challenged to examine their mentoring style and find ways of integrating mentoring into their role.
To receive EMCC accreditation, participants will be required to carry out ten hours of mentoring practice, complete a learning portfolio (which will include a reflective practice log) and complete a practical mentoring assessment.