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New and existing mentoring-type schemes in all Faculties and across the University need to be supported and promoted to ensure their sustainability.
Staff and students - are you already involved in managing a mentoring, coaching, buddying or similar scheme at Brookes?
Let us know about your scheme so we can include it in this project »
This project is about providing a set of tools and resources (seven ‘deliverables’) to support existing mentoring activity and to encourage new schemes to develop.
The team have finished deliverable one which is a review of mentoring in higher education.
This deliverable is being used to inform the deliverables three and four which is the guidance materials and the online training for mentors and mentees.
At this phase of the project, the team is working on deliverable two and trying to find out about all the different types of mentoring activity.
Project Sponsor for Sustaining Mentoring Schemes:
Project Team has supported Dr Judie Gannon in launching the Sustaining
Mentoring Network (SUSTAIN) which is funded by ESRC and involves coordinators
from non-higher education institution (HEI) mentoring schemes as well as
first network event heard from managers/coordinators and the issues that they
face in ensuring the longevity of their schemes and programmes. The aim is to
grow the network and share good practice.
network includes coordinators from mentoring schemes from other universities
including Reading, Oxford, University of Wales, Edinburgh Napier, Swansea and
Open University. Non-HEI mentoring schemes include: Women in Film and
Television, Springboard, Bar Council, Academy of Medical Sciences, Association
of Business Mentors, Koestler Trust and Thrive.”