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After studying this course, you should be able to:
Understand what is meant by the term mentoring.
Appreciate the importance of the mentoring role for both the mentor and the mentee.
Recognise the key personal skills you may need to draw on in order to be an effective mentor.
Consider the different ways in which these skills might be developed in order to develop and maintain effective ongoing mentoring relationships.
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Mentoring MattersAmanda Harris27 June 2018 10:33
I have just taken on the first Admin and Clerical apprentice in our hospital and found this course very helpful and relevant. The passages about working with a school leaver were particularly useful. I have never mentored anyone before and have learned that it is not purely about training and offering praise. I am very keen to see my apprentice succeed and will make a specific effort to include more reflective learning in my approach.
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