Course detailsMentoring is meaningful for everyone
If you’re the type of person who loves to help people; knows a lot about a certain subject; and feels confident imparting that knowledge; you might find that becoming a mentor is for you. This Mentoring the Matters course provided by Global Edulink can empower you to become a skilled mentor.
Mentoring is the act of advising someone in their personal or professional development using your knowledge and expertise. It often goes hand-in-hand with life coaching, though mentoring tends to emphasise development and involves a long-term relationship. Coaching, on the other hand, tends to be short-term and more focused on achieving specific goals or completing tasks.
If you’re already set within your career but want to do something additional for your company, and others, then mentoring can offer this opportunity for, commonly in the workplace, this works by having a more experienced colleague share skills and knowledge with a more junior one. If you’re looking for a total career change and want to counsel and help people, then probably life coaching is preferable.
1. Fundamentals of mentoring that matters
2. Difference between mentoring & coaching
3. Understanding the benefits coaching
4. How to develop a mentoring program
5. The psychology concepts of mentoring
6. Process of communication
7. Teaching and learning techniques
8. What is motivation?
9. Mentoring roles & responsibilities
10. Five key essentials of a mentoring relationship
11. Stages of developing the mentee
Successful candidates will be awarded a Diploma in Mentoring and Communication – Level 3.
Benefits you will gain:
- High quality e-learning study materials and mock exams.
- Tutorials/materials from the industry leading experts.
- 24/7 Access to the Learning Portal.
- Benefit of applying NUS extra Discount Card
- Recognised Accredited Qualification
- Excellent customer service and administrative support.
Updated on 22 April, 2018
Eligibility / Requirements
- This course is available to all learners, of all academic backgrounds. However, a sound educational background would be an advantage.
- Learners should be ages 16 or over to undertake the qualification.
- Good understanding of English language, numeracy and ICT are required to attend this course.
About Global Edulink
Global Edulink – online education for a skill-hungry workforce
Education is just one aspect of life that can shape who you are and who you want to be as an employee. In a time-poor world, sometimes you need a flexible approach to help you achieve your goals. Online learning with Global Edulink offers just that – professional and vocational training to fit in with your life.
Global Edulink is well-established in the UK, but reaches out to learners all over the world. The company aims to bridge the gaps in a three step process of training, skills, and jobs, where you can learn at your own pace using interactive teaching techniques.
How the courses work
Learn with Global Edulink and you’ll have the opportunity to gain insight and knowledge from tutors that are well qualified and experienced in their industry sector. Your tutor will be your mentor and support during your learning journey.
- Because each course combines practical and theory, you’ll pick up essential knowledge and gain the confidence to put it into practice at the same time.
- High-quality course materials are provided, which you can access at any time during the course, which will help strengthen your knowledge and help you to perform well in the workplace.
- You’ll find a course structure focused around modules, which can have mock and final exams at the end, with pass grades and diplomas awarded on completion. Some courses will lead to professional qualifications assessed and awarded by external bodies such as NCFE, PEARSON, and PEOPLECERT etc.
- Browse through the course guides and you will find details on any skill level or entry requirements, who the course is best suited to and what you can hope to achieve and build on while you learn. Some courses require no prior knowledge or experience, while others are for those already in a specific job or with some experience to build on. The course details also cover the method of assessment and length of course.