Delivered by Karen Ardley Associates, this interactive course consists of 4 modules which are designed to help coaches and mentors to understand the skills and attitudes required for
Delivered by Karen Ardley Associates, this interactive course consists of 4 modules which are designed to help coaches and mentors to understand the skills and attitudes required for excellent mentorship.
It will take place over 4 sessions of 1.5h each: 23, 30 May, 6, 13 June; 08.30-10.00 BST (UTC+1).
|Bitesize 1: Mentoring – what’s it all about? (23rd May 2022)
This module explores the history and background to mentoring and identifies the key principles involved in working as a mentor with colleagues.
Bitesize 2: Mentoring and Coaching Skills: Listening (30th May 2022)
Bitesize 3: Mentoring and Coaching Skills: Questioning (6th June 2022)
Bitesize 4: Mentoring and Coaching Skills: Giving Advice (13th June 2022)
This interactive online course is delivered by Karen Ardley Associates and will only be confirmed when minimum numbers have been met. Participant numbers are limited and early booking is recommended.
This course will run for four sessions of 1.5h each:
Please note, recordings will not be made available; participants will be given access to the KAA Online Learning Platform. Certificates will be issued to attendees.
All booking needs to go through COBIS. Please follow this link to book your place.
Dr David Porritt is an experienced UK and International School Principal in Budapest. He is a regular programme facilitator, executive coach and leadership mentor. As director of coaching services at KAA David has facilitated several coaching programmes in schools and works directly as a coach with numerous school leaders worldwide. He has recently completed a Doctorate in leadership and coaching in schools. David facilitated several cohorts of international teaching staff through the International Programme for Middle Leaders for the Council of British International Schools and has taught several Heads and principals how to facilitate their own programmes. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Leadership and Management.
(Monday) 8:30 am - 10:00 am