Online CILIP mentor training

Mon, 5th Jun 2017 - 2:00pm to Fri, 30th Jun 2017 - 2:00pm

This new CILIP online course is delivered over a 4 week period, 5-30 June 2017 when the resources on the course site will be open for registered participants. The course includes a range of compulsory activities to complete and there will be live webinars on 13,14 and 16 June. 

The purpose of this free course is to provide participants with a background to mentoring, to develop the appropriate skills and to learn more about the CILIP scheme and supporting Professional Registration candidates.

This course is designed for those new mentors who may have difficulty in attending a face to face course. It is equivalent to the 1 day face to face mentor training sessions that CILIP also continues to run for new mentors, so participants should expect to spend up to 7 hours to complete all the activities within the course.

Mentor Training is a requisite for becoming a CILIP Mentor and this course is suitable for all CILIP members who have recently registered as CILIP mentors or who are thinking of registering.

Facilitators: Gil Young and Siobhan Hawke

Places are limited to ensure small group interaction. Please register using the ‘contact details’ link on this page and use the subject line ‘Online mentor training June’  Closing date for applications is Wednesday 31 May 2017

 

Programme

The course includes a range of compulsory activities to complete and there will be live webinars on 13,14 and 16 June  where you will get a chance to experience being a mentor (each live webinar will take approximately 45 minutes and you only need to participate in one of these).

By the end of the online course participants will:

  • Have an awareness of mentoring and the role and function of the mentor
  • Have had the opportunity to explore and experience mentoring
  • Have an understanding of the CILIP scheme and candidate support, and have considered the next steps.

This event is a webinar, accessible online.

Contact Details

Member Services