Learn the art of good practice mentoring program management
Managing a mentoring program without training is like hitting the open road without a map... in a different country... with your extended family.
Many underestimate the planning and expertise required to deliver a powerful program. Our Mentoring Program Manager Training and accreditation courses ensure a direct route to the destination, without the hiccups along the way!
We have three training pathways available for Mentoring Program Managers.
THREE LEARNING PATHWAYS
Ideal if you have a group to be trained or ask about our public courses
Online Self-Paced Learning with Personal Coaching
Three multi-media modules covering design, implementation and management with personal coaching between modules. Complete an assessment for certification.
Accredited Practitioner Level Course
Take this blended learning course with a regional cohort of peers and receive the Global Individual Program Manager Award from the European Coaching and Mentoring Council.
For New Program Managers
Classroom Course or Online Self-paced Learning
We have formulated a three-part Mentoring Program Manager Training (MPMT) certification foundation program which combines eLearning and on-the-job workplace projects to ensure you acquire the knowledge and skills to deliver a successful mentoring program for your organisation. Study online at your own pace and receive virtual personal coaching sessions to embed the learning. This can be delivered as a classroom course, if preferred, as a two-day course, or one day in classroom following completion of the online modules.
Total Hours Duration | 13 hours equivalent to 2-day classroom training
approximately 30 minutes
3 eLearning modules
30 minutes each
Workplace Project Tasks
4 hours completed in between eLearning Modules Personal Coaching (1 hour)
approximately 3 hours
For Program Managers Currently In Role
Accredited Practioner Level Course
Become internationally recognised for mentoring management excellence by the European Mentoring and Coaching Council with this Mentoring/Coaching Program Manager Online Enhanced Practitioner Course, which leads to the Practitioner Level Individual Program Manager Award (IPMA).
This blended learning course consists of group webinars, workbooks, skills practice, reflective practice, and assessment over 4 months with 6 continued reflective practice online forum sessions after completion. Course faculty includes Art of Mentoring’s Melissa Richardson, Professor David Clutterbuck and Dr. Julie Haddock-Millar of Middlesex University. Study as part of an international group and build your support network of other program managers.
Mentoring and Coaching in Context
Program Design, Development and Evaluation
Program Design, Development and Evaluation
Mentoring/Coaching Program Manager role, Responsibilities and CPD.
Total Hours Duration | 50 hours equivalent to 8-day classroom training
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WHO WE'VE WORKED WITH
What Our Clients Say
We used the Art of Mentoring team twice at Toyota to design and deliver mentoring program. The first highly successful program was one for female managers. This time we are using mentoring to support the company and our people to make the transition out of local manufacturing. Art of Mentoring consultants are entirely managing the program for us so we can focus on the business.
As a manager of the mentoring program in the department, along with many other programs of work, this is very light touch for me in terms of the time and effort required from me.
The quality of the educational resources is excellent. Highly valuable, designed by experts in the field.
Art of Mentoring has a professional team, always trying to fit in our requirements to the overall products. They are there to work with us to get the best possible solution to benefit our programs and experience.
They are experts in the area. Responsive to our concerns and keep us on track.
High level of customer service, took the brief and delivered what we needed.
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