Professional Certificate in Coordinating Mentoring Programmes Training Course

6 June 2018 to 7 June 2018 at Brunswick House, 51 Wilson Street, Glasgow, G1 1UZ

Professional Certificate in Coordinating Mentoring Programmes Training Course

We are running our new three day training course for those who coordinate or manage mentoring programmes in an organisation. The first two days will take place on Wednesday 6th and Thursday 7th June and the date for the third day will be set at a mutually agreed date, scheduled during the course.  The training will be held at Brunswick House, 51 Wilson Street, Glasgow.

The aim of the course is to develop and enhance candidates’ skills, knowledge and understanding of the requirements and different elements of establishing and coordinating a successful mentoring programme in an organisation. 

In order to generate the required evidence for the PCCMP, candidates must be currently coordinating or about to start coordinating a mentoring programme in an organisation. Candidates should be able to work at SCQF level 9.

What does the course cover?

The PCCMP award is for mentoring coordinators or programme managers to develop and understand mentoring processes and procedures essential to planning and operating good practice, quality mentoring programmes.

The PCCMP is owned and managed by Scottish Mentoring Network (SMN) and credit rated by Edinburgh Napier University. The PCCMP sits on the Scottish Credit & Qualifications Framework (SCQF) at SCQF level 9 and has 30 SCQF credits.

The PCCMP is made up of two units.

Unit 1: Good practice in planning and operating a mentoring programme.

The Learning Outcomes for this unit are:

  • Produce/Review a mentoring manual for mentors
  • Present a rationale that illustrates how the mentoring manual meets mentoring good practice guidelines

Unit 2: Monitor, review and evaluate a mentoring programme in an organisation.

The Learning Outcomes for this unit are:

  • Plan to monitor and evaluate a mentoring programme using a variety of evaluation methods.
  • Gather and analyse monitoring and evaluation data from stakeholders
  • Review and critically evaluate the programme against its aims, objectives and targets.

The cost of one place on the course is £450.00

Course fee includes:

  • 3 days training (first two days are consecutive with 3rd arranged for a later date)
  • Skilled, experienced professional trainers
  • Advice, guidance and support to complete assessment tasks
  • Registration and certification by SMN
  • Assessment and verification
  • All course materials

If you are interested in booking a place on this course please contact Sarah Barr on 0141 559 5001 or email sarah@scottishmentoringnetwork.co.uk