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As a mentor, you can share and reflect on experiences at the same time as appreciating new perspectives and learning new skills.
The guidance and help of a mentor can help people achieve better levels of professional success. It can offer an essential means of support and inspiration at various points of an individual’s career progression.
A range of mentoring opportunities exist. These include:
Women in Universities mentoring
An all Wales scheme that aims to promote and facilitate professional and career development for women by setting up inter-university mentoring partnerships.
Mentors play an important role in supporting participants on the PgCUTL programme by discussing discipline-specific applications of learning and teaching theory in addition to facilitating reflection by undertaking peer -review with their mentees.
College mentoring initiative
This aims to connect individuals across the institution to help provide appropriate support for people at different levels of progression and different career pathways.
To support the various mentoring programmes there are also a number of staff development programmes available.
Published 22 Jul 2021 • 7 mins read
This Pecha Kucha presentation from the 2021 Learning & Teaching Conference provides a whistle-stop tour of LinkedIn Learning, shows how content can be curated for you, your students, or professional teams, and includes a look at the student
TopicsProfessional Recognition | Pathways & Promotions | Peer Reviews | Self-reflection |
Flexible bite-sized learning: a route to increasing accessibility of Continuing Professional Development provision
Published 21 Jul 2021 • 7 mins read
This presentation from the 2021 Learning and Teaching Conference discusses how, in response to COVID-19, the School of Medicine (SoM) shifted Continuing Professional Development (CPD) courses into accessible bite-sized online provision aligned to
TopicsWays of learning | Learning journeys | Designing for distance learners | Self-reflection |
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