Provide Mentoring Support to Colleagues

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Mentoring is a process where an experienced person assists, guides, supports or tutors another. An effective mentor plays a crucial role in motivating a learner, whether a student on placement, a new employee or a current colleague who is expanding their scope. This unit deals with the skills and knowledge required to act as a mentor to other individuals in the industry or workplace. This role is carried out by those with significant workplace experience.

Classifications

AQF - Australian Quality Framework
Diploma

Industry Classification Scheme
Medical, Dental and Health Services

National Code - Training.gov.au
CHCORG627B: Provide mentoring support to colleagues

Copyright Description

Copyright © 2017 TAFE SA, Government of South Australia. All rights reserved. Terms and conditions apply.

Catalogue Item

TAFEshop Identifier: TAFESA-1650

TAFEshop Catalogue: 07.057.0482-E1

ISBN: 978-1-86506-691-2

TAFE SA

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