Learning & Development

ILM Award in Mentoring - Level 3

This Award is designed for people in their first management role, such as team leader and first-line manager. It is ideal for individuals seeking to develop the skills, knowledge and confidence to mentor people as part of their normal working role.

During the course students learn about the following topics and put them into a practical context:

  • Key components of the mentoring process
  • Skills involved in quality mentoring
  • Accredited mentor training
  • Peer mentoring
  • Mentoring in the community


  • Learn about mentoring as a powerful development tool
  • Understand the role and responsbilities of good mentors
  • Explore different mentoring models
  • Put your new skills into practice in your job – carry out supervised mentoring sessions
  • Analyse, assess and plan to improve your own mentoring ability

Mandatory Units

  • Understanding good practice in workplace mentoring
  • Reflecting on workplace mentoring skills
  • Undertaking mentoring in the workplace
Interested? Then contact us for more information and get involved.
How to Apply

Key Features

  • Course Code


  • Duration

    September 2014-May 2015

  • Level

    Level 3

  • Award Type

    ILM Award

  • Campus

    Burnley and Preston

  • Upcoming Dates

    September 2014

Next Steps

Call us on 01772 893662
Email us on    cfvolunteering@uclan.ac.uk

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