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Mentor training and support

Core Component

Providing mentors with the knowledge and skills to be a mentor is crucial. This involves becoming aware of the needs of the mentees, issues that are likely to arise and how to address them.

Flexible activities include:

Activities involve not only the provision of adequate and informative training to mentors, but also allow frequent opportunities for mentors to give updates, reflect on their mentoring journey, and receive support. Mentor programs should also have good partnerships with other services that might be needed (e.g. youth counselling).

Last updated:

21 Feb 2022

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