Mentoring is an alternative approach to a traditional workshop or training program. It allows for the tailoring of content and approaches to the needs of the individual. Mentoring can be a one-to-one or one-to-many approach, which means a team of staff can participate in a Program.
Mentoring begins with a planning conversation to discuss what your learning needs and interests are and the ways in which these needs can be met.
After one or two meetings your Mentor will produce a Plan which outlines the different learning areas, what activities willoccur and what the outcomes will be for you. Depending on what it is you need other FPC staff with specialist skills may contribute– however, engagement will always be led by one key staff member who will guide the mentoring journey.
Mentoring can focus on any of the service areas in which we undertake consultancy (research, evaluation, design, training) and be introductory or in-depth. The purpose is to explicitly meet the learning needs identified by you.
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