- Training Course
- Introduction to Mentoring
- Managing/Leading People
- Course Description
Studies show that mentoring is one of the most effective tools for developing people. Mentoring relationships create the best environment for holistic, sustainable, competency-based learning. A mentoring program has many benefits for both the individual and the organization. The Introduction to Mentoring course is an 18-hour module; the first course in a series of two to hone mentoring skills. This introductory course covers the basic concepts of mentoring in our personal, professional and organizational contexts. The second course will focus much more on the practice of mentoring where participants will be mentored to develop their skills while serving as mentors to others.
- Target Audience
- SIL & Partners
- Open To...
- Through Cornerstone: https://sil.csod.com/LMS/LoDetails/DetailsLo.aspx?loId=f1612386-6ed4-4711-be62-56525ae44b7d#t=3&f=2
- SIL ILS
- Francophone Africa, Dr. Michael Jemphrey & Eszter Ernst-Kurdi
- Last Revision
- February 3, 2021
- Delivery Method(s)
- Delivery Location
- Zoom and e-learning.sil.org
- Delivery Notes
Duration: 18 hours
3 hours per week (90 minutes individual work + 90 minutes group zoom session) for 6 weeks.
Flipped classroom, online learning: readings, individual work, zoom sessions, group discussions,
forums, personal reflections.
Platform: Moodle (SIL e-learning site) and Zoom
- Follow-Up Method(s)
- Fee Notes
Registration and payment are through Cornerstone at:
- Additional Notes
This course is offered in both English and French versions with different dates. Make sure you select the appropriate course for you.
Last Updated: February 12, 2021
For more information about Introduction to Mentoring
Please email the course owner using the link below:Francophone Africa, Dr. Michael Jemphrey & Eszter Ernst-Kurdi