Mentoring our Workforce

The mentoring module is designed to provide guidance and support for those interested in becoming work-based mentors. Once you have successfully completed the module, you will gain 20 credits that you can, if you wish, put towards any further study you undertake.

Key Facts

Location:
Carmarthen
School/Faculty:
Wales Institute for Work-based Learning
Contact Name:
Nick Samuel
Contact Email:
n.samuel@tsd.uwtsd.ac.uk
 



This course will cover:

  • The benefits of mentoring to both an organisation and an individual
  • Review different mentoring models and methods available

Roles and skills required by a mentor

The mentoring module is aimed at anybody who would like to become a work-based mentor or introduce a mentoring programme to their organisation.

Nick Samuel

Depending on your level of qualification or experience, the assessment will vary slightly. For example, at level 4, this is equivalent to the first year of a University degree, the assessment is as follows:

Developing the mentoring programme

1,400 words

Reflective journal

1,400 words

Observed mentoring session

20 minutes

This goes up to the maximum word count of 2,100 words at the degree and postgraduates levels. We will discuss with you which level will be best for your needs and circumstances.

No entry requirements

You will be required to attend two teaching days at the Carmarthen Campus. These days will provide you with a secure foundation to begin your study. Throughout this module you will be supported by a Tutor. This support can either be face-to-face, via telephone, email or Skype – or a mix of all these.

This module can be funded through ESF for eligible participants.

Please contact gwlad@uwtsd.ac.uk or 01267 225167 for further information.