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The e-Memoir account will allow you to book places on upcoming webinars, retrieve video recordings, slides and other resources from previous sessions. 

 

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Book your place on upcoming webinars

Your style - Emotional intelligence, good practice for mentors, the difference between coaching and mentoring styles.

Tuesday 17th April. 11am -12noon

Webinar hosted by Richard Daniel Curtis and Beej Kaczmarczyk

The move from framework to standards and the addition of End-Point Assessment has changed the role of the on-programme tutor or assessor. The expectation is that a more supportive mentoring and coaching style is used and for many this means a new set of skills. Richard Daniel Curtis is the CEO of The Mentoring School and supports mentors across the country to improve their pastoral skills.

In this interactive webinar, Richard will share highlights from his team’s award-winning training, the on-programme staff version of the National Apprentice Mentor Qualification. The aim of this particular webinar is to help develop your own pastoral mentoring skills.

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Copy and paste this link to share with your colleagues: (https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/1000325073259842819 )

Find more webinars to book in the members portal.

Previous webinars

Implementing the National Careers Strategy at a Local Level

Trainer:
Beej Kaczmarczyk and Gordon McAlpine

 

Event information:
This webinar will look at implications for Providers on how to best implement the "Gatsby Benchmarks" not only within institutions but in partnership with others involved in the design and delivery of effective and high quality CEIAG.
Contributors will include representatives from post 16 Providers and also from a Local Authority Partnership team charged with developing an Authority wide CEIAG strategy.

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Follow this link to review the video from this webinar:  Video link

Click here to download the slides

Your Learners - Barriers to learning, mental health, life skills

Trainer:
Richard Daniel Curtis and Beej Kaczmarczyk

 

Event information:
The move from framework to standards and the addition of End-Point Assessment has changed the role of the on-programme tutor or assessor. The expectation is that a more supportive mentoring and coaching style is used and for many this means a new set of skills.
Richard Daniel Curtis is the CEO of The Mentoring School and supports mentors across the country to improve their pastoral skills.

In these interactive webinars, Richard will share highlights from his team’s award-winning training, the on-programme staff version of the National Apprentice Mentor Qualification. We are delighted to host two webinars with Richard, the first on common issues that on-programme tutors or assessors may not have needed to consider before. The second is aimed at helping to develop your own pastoral mentoring skills.

Follow this link to review the video from this webinar:  Video link

Click here to download the slides

Running Effective Review Meetings with Joanne Miles

Part of the Developing the new assessor-tutor role in apprenticeships series.

Event information:

This interactive webinar, the latest in our series focusing on the changing role of the assessor-tutor in apprenticeships, will provide you with guidance on how to run effective review meetings in the apprenticeship setting.

Joanne Miles and Beej Kaczmarczyk will reflect on the importance of effective review meetings in the on-programme support for apprentices.


The webinar will
- Identify the purpose and features of effective review meetings with learners
- Outline the skills of the assessor-tutor in preparing for and conducting review meetings
- Identify the role of questioning skills within reviews
- Share some approaches for collaboration within apprenticeship programmes.

Follow this link to review the video from this webinar:  Video link

Click here to download the slides

Find over 100 webinar videos and resources in the members portal

Please contact us if you have any questions and we will be happy to help.  Info@e-Memoir.co.uk

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