Learning Mentor Training
- Wednesday 3 JanuaryTBC
- Price may be subject to VAT
Venue to be confirmed.
Who should attend?
All teachers and support staff
One day course in Borehamwood, Hertfordshire – January 3rd 2018
£190 per delegate (discounts when booking three or more places)
- Support pupils towards improved outcomes
- Overcome barriers to learning
- Help pupils to exceed expected levels of progress
Mentoring is a more complex relationship than is often envisaged and
commonly misinterpreted as simply, ‘giving good advice’. Persistent advice
giving, however, can often have a detrimental effect on the recipient whereas
mentoring, if well practised, will lead to self-efficacy, increased confidence
and empowerment for the mentee. This course will provide the techniques
and tools to implement best practice mentoring within your school. It is most
suitable for those providing one-to-one or small group interventions, such as
TAs, INCOs, support teachers, but is valuable for anyone within a school
setting who is looking for new approaches to realising the full potential of all
pupils from those with behavioural difficulties to the more able, providing a
particularly beneficial use of targeted funding such as Pupil Premium Grant.
Each delegate will be provided with a Mentoring Resource Pack,
- A Handbook
- A Mentoring Toolkit
- Learning Logs
- Evaluation tool examples
This practical course will be delivered by Dr Jill Andreanoff, an expert and
practitioner in the field of Mentoring & Coaching and author of a Palgrave
Associates learning and teaching publication on best practice mentoring and
coaching in education. There will be optional, short follow-up/mentor
supervision sessions priced at £30 per session per delegate.