Creating the best corporate mentoring process requires a specific skill-set, especially if the organisation plans on providing accredited assessments and qualifications.
To gain new skills in corporate mentoring, consider participating in Mentoring Training Course delivered by pdtraining in Christchurch and many other cities in New Zealand.
To provide top quality corporate mentoring effectively means you’re interacting with new and existing staff in a concise and professional manner, while presenting information, concepts and ideas in a way that allows you to mentor staff in a positive atmosphere.
PD Training now provides corporate mentoring training in a face-to-face classroom scenario or via individual online modules.
The Elearning modules are also mapped to the nationally accredited Certificate IV in Training and Assessment (TAE40110)
For the first time in New Zealand, companies and individuals can purchase specific units of competency from a range of qualifications like the Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.
The following skills and competencies are taught in the corporate mentoring training course in Christchurch:
The skills include:
- establishing the need for mentoring
- developing a mentoring plan/framework
- facilitating and monitoring the mentoring relationship
- evaluating the effectiveness of mentoring
This unit typically applies to workplace supervisors or other work colleague with responsibility for mentoring in the workplace.
|By the end of this training course, participants will:|
|1. Develop a mentoring plan||1.1. Identify scope and boundaries of the mentoring relationship according to organisational procedures
1.2. Establish ground rules and negotiate realistic expectations
1.3. Establish and maintain confidentiality of the relationship in accordance with legislation, policy and procedures
|2. Facilitate mentoring relationship||2.1. Develop learner’s confidence, self-esteem, respect and trust in the mentoring relationship
2.2. Share personal experiences and knowledge with the person being mentored according to agreed objectives
2.3. Support the person being mentored to develop and use skills in problem solving and decision making
2.4. Use personal and professional networks to assist the person being mentored
2.5. Provide information, guidance and constructive guidance to enhance engagement in the workplace
2.6. Use techniques for resolving differences without damaging the relationship, and obtain assistance according to organisational policy and procedures
|3. Monitor mentoring relationship||3.1. Provide planning assistance and guidance as requested by the person being mentored in a form and style to suit their requirements
3.2. Provide feedback to the person being mentored on progress towards achieving the expectations and goals of the mentoring process
3.3. Recognise and discuss changes in the mentoring relationship with appropriate stakeholders
3.4. Negotiate and manage closure of the mentoring arrangement once objectives have been met
|4. Evaluate effectiveness of mentoring||4.1. Establish and discuss benefits gained from the mentoring process
4.2. Reflect on and articulate the personal benefits gained from providing mentoring
4.3. Identify and report the outcomes of the mentoring arrangement and the benefits to the organisation according to organisational policy and procedures to improve the mentoring system or program
Pdtraining delivers 1000’s of professional development courses each year in Wellington, Auckland, Napier, Christchurch, Hamilton, Dunedin and Tauranga, so you can be assured your training will be delivered by a qualified and experienced trainer.
All public Mentoring Training courses include am/pm tea, lunch, printed courseware and a certificate of completion. Customised courses are available upon request so please contact pdtraining on 1300 121 400 to learn more.