A bespoke introduction to mentoring and how to apply these skills in practice. This course is designed to equip a faculty of trained mentors with the skills to deliver high quality mentoring to colleagues within the Trust.
Key learning outcomes:
- What is mentoring – how does it differ from supervision and counselling
- How to have difficult conversations and use your mentoring skills in practice
- How to develop active listening skills and become a skilled mentor who can support a variety of colleagues
This is a 3 day course and you must attend all three days:
Wednesday 12th January 2022 – Room 24, STRIVE Academic Centre, The James Cook University Hospital
Tuesday 1st February 2022 – TBC
Tuesday 1st March 2022 – TBC
Senior trainees (ST5 plus), consultants, SAS doctors
Education events and conference team, STRIVE Academic Centre
Email: [email protected]
All cancellations need to be made through your account. For those who do not attend without cancellation, your line manager will be notified and a possible charge may be incurred. All paid events have a strict cancellations policy.
Certificates and feedback:
Upon completion of this course a certificate will be available for you to download from your account along with any other post course information. Please ensure you complete your feedback so we are able to continuously improve our training.
Once you have completed the course you will need to make a commitment to mentoring two people per year.