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Mentoring Networking Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Day

ILIaD hosted a Mentoring Networking and Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Day for the first time early in July, bringing together like-minded people from the Universities of Southampton,  Bournemouth and St Andrews, all eager to immerse themselves in a day dedicated to mentoring.   This eclectic mix of people engaged enthusiastically in a day packed with activity and opportunities for networking, learning and sharing of ideas. Continue reading →

Will getting a mentor boost your career? #vitaehangout

Watch a recording of the full #vitaehangout here Panellists discuss: What are the purposes and benefits of mentoring and coaching? What are the different types of mentoring and coaching relationship? How to manage the mentoring life cycle; from starting and maintaining to ending mentoring relationships How can you take advantage of mentoring and coaching to support your professional and career development? Where and how can you find a mentor or coach? Panellists... Continue reading →

Mentoring Networking and CPD Event, 5th July 2016 – Last three tickets !

A full day of keynotes and CPD activities focussing on mentoring. Programme 09.30-09.45  Registration & Refreshments 09.45-10.00  Welcome -  Professor James Anderson, Associate Dean Education and Student    Experience, Faculty of Social, Human and Mathematical Sciences 10.00-10.50  Keynote1  Jos Finer Head Organisational & Staff Development, St Andrew’s University. Continue reading →

Seeking mentors at levels 6 and 7

Do you know of potential mentors?  We always need more senior academics to volunteer! Becoming a mentor can bring great satisfaction - from acting as an 'enabler' for others and helping them on their journey but also by introducing fresh perspective  to your life.   It's a great way to continue your own professional development and by becoming a mentor you become part of a network of like-minded enthusiasts. Continue reading →

Sign up for Education focussed mentoring scheme

The Community of Practice is all about sharing educational good practice and supporting ourselves and each other to achieve educational excellence and drive educational transformation. As a member of the CoP you may wish to partner up with an education focussed mentor to provide support and guidance on enhancing a particular aspect of your education practice or applying for HEA higher fellowship levels. Continue reading →