This module intends to provide both young workers (aged 18-30) and adult workers (aged 50+) with basic factual knowledge of the formalities involved in the planning, implementing and assessing mentoring sessions. This includes learning how to design and/or select the appropriate tools to plan, implement and assess mentoring sessions.
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A formal mentoring relationship can be divided in four phases. These are:
The initiation phase of the mentoring relationship is when the mentor will:
What is a mentoring agreement?
What important document is devised during the implementations phase to support the mentee to achieve a desired outcome:
The action plan must be updated and adapted during the mentoring process:
Other formal tools to help in the implementation of the mentoring sessions are:
All mentoring relationships must have a formal ending:
In the second phase of the mentoring cycle the mentor is already assessing the mentees progression:
Evaluation and monitoring have the same level of importance when it comes to assessing the impact of a mentoring programme?
Evaluation and monitoring only happens at the end of the mentoring sessions: