Scholarship Development mentoring

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Who is it for?

Supporting colleagues to engage in scholarship activities to disseminate their own practice and expertise.

  • Colleagues new to scholarship
  • Experienced staff
  • Colleagues in professional services
  • Colleagues wishing to engage in scholarship as a pathway to research
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Benefits of mentoring

  • Confidence building
  • Pointers to relevant professional development, networking and coaching
  • Skills development/enhancement
  • Career advice and planning
  • Guidance on where to start
  • Identifying and planning development opportunities
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Mentoring cycle

It is expected that a mentoring relationship will last between 6 months to 1 year, and have well-defined objectives. At the end of the agreed period, the mentor and mentee should review the objectives and may decide that further mentoring would be beneficial.

Getting started

  • Find out more about mentoring by reading the Code of Practice and FAQs
  • Contact the strand lead, Heather Fotheringham if you have any further questions about Scholarship Development mentoring
  • For general enquiries please use the general email address
  • Register to be a mentor or mentee on this strand

 Mentoring agreement form