Mentoring Ambulance and Emergency Services Personnel
Mentoring Ambulance and emergency services personnel
- This course retails at £150 per candidate.
- There are no additional hidden charges.
- Discounts are available for repeat customers, charities and large group bookings.
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Learners must be at least 18 years of age at the start of the training and be occupationally competent in the area they are mentoring.
To generate evidence of mentoring to complete this qualification, Learners must have access to a minimum of 1 mentee:
- Registered on and working towards a qualification
- Who requires support in their workplace
- There are no other formal entry requirements but to benefit from the learning we advise:
• A minimum of 1-year experience in the area they will be mentoring
• A minimum of Level 2 in literacy or equivalent
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WHO IS THIS TRAINING AIMED TOWARDS?
The QA Level 4 Award in Mentoring Ambulance and Emergency Services Personnel (RQF) has been specifically designed for experienced ambulance and emergency services personnel who are looking to progress their careers by gaining the skills and knowledge required to become a mentor, supervisor or team leader responsible for learning and development in the workplace.
WHAT IS COVERED?
- The role of a mentor
- Understanding the benefits and different types
- Responsibilities and accountability of a mentor
- Principles and practices of mentoring
- The benefits and limitations of communication
- Promoting equality and diversity through the
- Strategies in the mentoring process
- Action planning
- Learning and development styles
- Planning and preparing a mentoring programme
- Creating an inclusive mentoring environment
- Judging occupational skills and knowledge against specific criteria
- Evaluating mentoring progress
- Giving appropriate feedback
- Identify personal and professional development opportunities
HOW DO I BOOK?
Book this course today by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org