The South West Leadership Academy’s European Mentoring and Coaching Council accredited two-day mentoring programme for practitioner level mentors started this week. On successful completion of the programme participants will receive a EMCC European Quality Award (EQA) Bespoke Programme Certificate, and will also be recommended for EMCC Professional Designation as a Mentor and Coach.
From the programme participants will understand the concept of mentoring, the roles and responsibilities for mentors and mentee, recognise the EMCC core competencies for mentoring, be able to apply a selected range of tools and techniques and have an awareness of change theories. They will also feel capable of managing the client contract, evaluating and reflecting on their own mentoring practice and identifying development areas and opportunities for CPD.
The programme dates are as follows with a further webinar which will provide support for completion of your EQA and EIA assessment.
Day 1 – Friday 22nd March 2019, Taunton Rugby Club, TA2 8BU, 9.30 – 17.00
Webinar – Thursday 4th April 2019 10am or 8pm
Day 2 – Monday 29th April 2019, Taunton Rugby Club, TA2 8BU, 9.30 – 17.00
We are delighted to be working with both Dr Julie Haddock-Millar and Prof David Clutterbuck to deliver this programme. Julie will be delivering Day 1 and 2 Workshops and David will be supporting with the webinar.
Dr Julie Haddock-Millar is an Associate Professor (Practice) of Human Resource Management and Senior Teaching Fellow at Middlesex University Business School and Visiting Professor at the International University of Monaco. Julie is a Group Lead International Standards for Mentoring and Coaching Programmes for the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC) and gained her Doctorate from Middlesex University in the field of strategic organisational development and mentoring and was nominated for the Ken Goulding prize for Professional Excellence. Julie holds a Postgraduate Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring Practice from Oxford Brookes University and is a practicing Coach and Mentor.
Julie frequently partners with Prof David Clutterbuck on a variety of projects in the fields of mentoring, coaching and talent management.
Prof David Clutterbuck is a Special Ambassador, for the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC), and he co-founded the EMCC in 1992. He developed the International Standards in Mentoring Programmes in Employment. David now actively promotes the International Standards in Mentoring and Coaching programmes. He has led hundreds of research and practice projects in coaching and mentoring over the past 40 years. The NHS was the first large employer in Europe to introduce formal mentoring – and David designed and helped to implement the first programmes!
About half of his 65 books are on themes relating to coaching and mentoring. He has participated in a wide range of NHS mentoring initiatives, particularly in the context of leader development and equality and diversity. He is currently working with the National Leadership Academy on its programme of ethical mentoring.