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Author Alexander, Alison.

Title Mentoring schemes for young people [electronic resource] : handbook / Alison Alexander.

Imprint London : National Children''s Bureau, 2000.

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Description 1 online resource.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Cover: Handbook; Contents; 1: Establishing a mentoring scheme; Introduction; Mentoring; Mentoring for careleavers; Assessing the need for a mentoring project; Process of establishing a mentoring project; Aim and objectives of a mentoring project; Establishing a multi-agency advisory group; Individual roles in a mentoring project; Involving young people; Establishing policies and procedures; 2: Recruitment, selection and training; Stage 1: Preparation for the recruitment and selection process; Stage 2: Producing recruitment packs; Stage 3: Advertising for mentors; Stage 4: Selection.
Stage 5: TrainingStage 6: Supervision and ongoing support/ training; Stage 7: Recruitment of mentees; Stage 8: Matching mentees and mentors; Stage 9: Monitoring and evaluation criteria; 3: Appendices; A1: Job specification for the project co-ordinator; A2: Person specification for volunteer mentors; A2a: Role specification for volunteer mentors; A3: Volunteer mentor application form; A3a: Equal opportunities monitoring form (confidential); A4: Volunteer mentor agreement; A5: Sample advertisement; A6: Shortlisting procedure; A6a: Shortlisling recording form; A7: Guidance for interviews.
A7a: Interview questionsA7b: Interview record sheet; A8: Guidance on group selection; A8a: Group selection: observers' guidance; A8b: Group selection: facilitators' guidance; A8c: Group selection: sample programme; A8d: Group selection: recording sheet; A8e: Group selection: lead facilitator's speech; A8f: Group selection: handouts; A9: Personal audit; A10: Mentor matching form; A10a: Mentee matching form; A11: Mentor recording sheet; A12: Sample information/ advertisement for mentees; A13: Mentor's quarterly evaluation form; A14: Mentee's basic baseline data form.
A15: Mentee's quarterly evaluation formA16: Mentee's evaluation form; A17: Exit interviews; A18: Handbook evaluation; 4: References; Cover: Training Guide; Contents; 1: How to use this guide; Introduction; Rationale for training mentors; Aim and learning outcomes of training; Facilitators; Style of training; Venue; Learning styles; Training methods; NCB's recommended training syllabus; Equal opportunities in training; Involving young people; Mentors' attendance on training; 2: Evaluation; Self, peer and facilitator or co-ordinator assessment; Monitoring and evaluation.
Course evaluation form: participants' (mentors') end-of-course evaluationCourse evaluation form: facilitators' end-of-course evaluation; 3: Training ideas; Useful training tips; Buddying and journals; 4: Beginning a course; Purpose of introductions; Introduction on first session of the course; 5: Training programme; Outline of training programme; Beginning a course; Mentoring; Policies and procedures; Theories of adolescence; Public care; Prejudice awareness; Beginning a mentoring relationship; Mentoring framework; Mentoring framework stage 1 skills; Mentoring framework stage 2 and skills.
Note Mentoring framework stage 3 and skills.
Summary This pack covers every aspect of how to run a training course for volunteer mentors who are seeking to help yong people leaving care.
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Subject Mentoring in business.
Social sciences.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Labnd, Jeannie.
ISBN 9781905818716 (electronic bk.)
1905818718 (electronic bk.)