MENTORING

MENTORING


What is mentoring?

Mentoring support is when an individual provides support and guidance to someone in a specific area to help them progress positively to the next stage of their life, for example through education, career, business or personal development.

Mentoring support improves people’s personal and social development as well as creating a greater self-awareness and identifying strengths and capabilities.  

We feel it’s important to work in the here and now and together we will focus on finding solutions and implementing strategies, in order for you to achieve your goals.

A method used in mentoring is reflection. This will allow you to not only reflect on your situation now and in the future but also to focus your actions and widen your ambitions. 

Research has proved that quality mentoring relationships have powerful positive effects on people, who engage in a mentoring programme.

Everyone can benefit from the support that mentoring has to offer.

About Centre for Resolution’s mentoring

One of the key elements of our sessions is creating a space that is open, honest and transparent.  

Centre for Resolution’s mentoring sessions are tailored towards each individual. Sessions can take place face to face, via the telephone or Skype

Our mentors work with young people and adults of all ages and abilities in a wide range of community settings.

Where we work

  • Universities/Colleges
  • Mainstream/Specialist Schools
  • Alternative Education Centres
  • Day Centres 
  • Children's Centres
  • Youth Clubs
  • Drop-in Centres
  • Prisons
  • Rehabilitation Centres
  • Secure Training Centres
  • Small Business Start Up
  • National Organisations
  • Charities
  • Hospitals

Benefits of Centre for Resolution’s mentoring 

  • Improved motivation, self-esteem and confidence 
  • Boosts transferable life skills 
  • Greater feeling of self awareness
  • Increase in well being 
  • Dedicated study support
  • Business planning 
  • Advice, guidance and support
  • Highly experienced mentors
  • Positive community engagement 
  • Business growth and development 
  • Interest in continuing education
  • Increased focus and determination
  • Healthier relationships with family, friends, teachers and others
  • Interest in having a job/career and the knowledge of how to do so
  • Increased self-advocacy skills
  • Empowerment  
  • Clearer understanding of disability rights 
It doesn’t matter what you do or who you are, having an independent mentor will not only make you grow as a person by sharing experiences but will increase motivation, heighten aspirations and help you reach your goals. 

REALISE, REACT, RESOLVE!


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