Practitioner Mentor courses are designed as an entry level course for those new to pastoral mentoring practice in their area.
Courses are normally three group days long, or via online learning. Some are available as blended learning – a mixture of online prelearning and one group day.
Courses are then followed by an online test to become a certified mentor. Mentors then have the choice to complete a portfolio-based assignment over up to six months to gain the related qualification.
Practitioner Mentor courses in Education or with Young People
Practitioner Mentor for Preschools – A course for addressing social and emotional difficulties in preschools.
Practitioner Mentor for Primary Schools – A course for assessing and planning individual or group interventions in primary schools to address social, emotional, behavioural and mental health problems.
Practitioner Mentor for Secondary Schools – A course for pastoral staff to help assess and plan individual or group interventions to address behaviour, low-level mental health and social-emotional difficulties.
Practitioner Mentor for Careers – Mentoring young people and adults on how to support them in their early career steps.
Practitioner Mentor for Learning – A course suitable for secondary, further, higher and vocational education staff focussing on mentoring young people to overcome academic difficulties.
Practitioner Mentor for Youth – a course for volunteers or employees supporting young people in the community or in school peripatetically.
Practitioner Mentor for Teachers – An accredited course for mentoring student or newly qualified teachers.
Workplace Practitioner Mentor courses
Practitioner Mentor for Apprentices– Learn how to provide the holistic support that new or existing staff need whilst they go through an apprenticeship.
Practitioner Mentor Workplace– A general workplace mentoring course.
Practitioner Mentor for Legal Professionals– A course for middle to senior legal professionals to help them mentor new entrants or younger professionals to aid retention.
Practitioner Mentor for Healthcare – Holistic mentoring beings it’s own challenges in the health sector, there is often a formal technical mentoring scheme in place, which this course compliments.
Business Practitioner Mentor courses
Practitioner Mentor for Business– a course to introduce someone to mentoring entrepreneurs and business leaders.
Practitioner Mentor in Sales – a course to accredit mentors in the business development sector.
Other Practitioner Mentor courses
Practitioner Mentor for Refugees – a course for those supporting refugees or asylum seekers.
Practitioner Life Mentor – empower others by using mentoring to help them to feel success.
Practitioner Mentor in Sports – mentoring within sports brings many complications, as you switch between pastoral support and developing their athletic skills.
Practitioner Mentor – a general mentoring course with no sector focus.
The related qualifications are currently being registered, but are forecast to be Level 3 Certificates.
Please contact us to discuss your requirements.