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Mentoring: The Next Creative Generation

Mentoring young creatives (both formally and informally) is vital to our work with young people. Excellent mentoring enhances skills through supportive relationships, encourages space for self-directed learning and helps shape behaviours which in turn encourage growth and development in others.
When Jun 12, 2018
from 10:00 AM to 04:15 PM
Where HOME 2 Tony Wilson Place Manchester M15 4FN
Contact Name
Contact Phone 02380 332491
Attendees Those looking for practical ways to develop and nurture the skills, knowledge and experience of emerging creatives in the early stages of their careers.
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‘Very informative and practical - and needed given the shift in the education system - very relevant!’ (Course Participant June, 2017)

The Course:

Mentoring young creatives (both formally and informally) is vital to our work with young people. Excellent mentoring enhances skills through supportive relationships, encourages space for self-directed learning and helps shape behaviours which in turn encourage growth and development in others.

Following a successful three-year programme (Stepping Up: Young Leaders Training), Artswork, Oxfordshire Youth Arts Partnership Trust (OYAP) and Oxford Brookes University have teamed up to bring you this course. Exploring the principles of mentoring, you will be equipped with the tools to support the next generation of creative practitioners and leaders.

 

You will gain:

  • A practical framework for best practice mentoring

  • Knowledge about the principles which shape great mentoring

  • Personalised mentoring advice

  • Tips on how to plan and evaluate a mentee’s development, as well as your own

  • Practical mentoring techniques

Trainer: Helen Le Brocq

English National Youth Arts Network subscribers receive an exclusive 10% discount - subscribe here.

For more information on our open and in-house courses please contact our Learning and Skills Administrator Rosie via rosiecooke@artswork.org.uk / 02380 332491

*Read our course booking terms and conditions here.

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