MAXIMISING MENTORING 1
This course was designed to provide guidance to youths to facilitate their holistic development and to review organisation mentoring frameworks and guidelines against outcome measures.
It is targeted for individuals who require help and support to grow and develop successfully to their fullest potential, through the Mentoring and guidance process. These could be in a personal capacity or in organisations, especially in the SME area. These targeted participants include youths who are new entrants into the job market, those looking for career switch, those in career transition and including those who desire to enhance their personal and professional development aligned to their career aspirations and intentions.
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At the end of this course, learners would identify team leaders’ skill requirements and facilitate their learning opportunities to enhance performance. A competent individual will be able to perform the following after completing this course:
LO1: Analyse the approaches for utilisation, adoption and adaption of Mentoring and all associated processes, including awareness and understanding of the Big-Picture context and Fundamentals of Mentoring.
LO2: Examine existing and potential external and internal resources to enhance and explore partnership and collaboration opportunities
LO3: Determine support required and available for the Mentoring process that will maximise the Mentoring relationships, networks and tools available.
LO4: Evaluate Mentoring Effectiveness, provide Feedback and recommend Improvements
This TSC on Youth Engagement and Development module: Mentoring for Youths [SSC-CAR-4010-1.1] is for learners to:
- Have an overview of the Big-Picture context of Mentoring and How it will benefit and fit into their personal and career goals.
- Understand the Fundamentals and Effectiveness of Mentoring and how this can help, support, grow and develop their personal and career plans and aspirations.
- Build Confidence to overcome fears and anxieties, by understanding the effectiveness of Mentoring and identifying support opportunities (internal and external; social and business).
- Use and implement appropriate Mentoring methods, processes and approaches that will help and support youths and individuals to grow and develop to their fullest possible potential in a personal, career, business and organisation capacity.
- Provide skills and knowledge, understanding and awareness of fundamental Mentoring basics, formalised methodologies and formats focused on understanding SELF, improving personal and career performance, effectiveness, productivity and growth.
- Correctly analyse, evaluate, recommend and provide feedback to improve Mentoring processes and programs.
- Own a KEY skill and competency (Mentoring) required for the future people and business environment. A skill that a young individual must possess to understand and improve SELF, team and leadership effectiveness and performance.
Create relationships and networks, which will, in turn, create a future “Community of experienced Mentors and Mentees” and a “Mentoring as a Culture” environment.
This programme: Mentoring for Youths [between 15 and 35 years old, who could be in any of the 3 listed categories:
- Those still attending school,
- Those just coming out to work, and
- Those who have been in the workplace for a number of years
This forms a very diversified group and these Youths are our future leaders. Research has been carefully conducted and conclusion is that currently in Singapore, there are not many organisations focusing on Mentoring PMET Youths. Hence, this programme is designed as Mentoring for Youths with special focus on:
- PMET Youths,
- Youths as new entrants into the job-place,
- Youths in career transition,
- Youths who are challenged and need support through Mentoring;
- Youths who are keen to use Mentoring to grow and develop, as a guidance process for their future plans and as a career option.
The learners of this programme would need to be able to manage Youths in these various categories and be able to implement appropriate mentoring approaches to help youths / mentees plan, grow and develop for their future. Learners are expected to be:
- Age of 18 years and above
- English proficiency level equivalent to Grade C5 of GCE ‘O’ Level English; or
- Employability Skills Workforce Skills Qualifications (ES WSQ) Workplace Literacy (WPL) and Workplace Numeracy (WPN) at Level 5.
- In a Supervisory and/or Leadership position and/or has some experience in guiding people,
- Able to plan, implement and manage people
During the course application, applicants who do not fully meet the entry requirements, will be subject to a counselling session with the customer service executive.
If the applicant would still like to proceed with their enrolment into the course, he/she will have to sign on the counselling form that they are aware of the requirements and commit to personally put in extra efforts to close the gap (e.g. pairing up with their colleague–where available, etc.)
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