Return
Home
Meet
Robin
Setting
up a Mentoring Program
Mentor
Gen
Y2Z Teacher-Mentors
Peer
Mentor
GR8MATES
program Blog
Blog
4 Parents and Teenagers
Robin's
Great Links
Contact
Robin
 
 

Setting up a new Mentoring Program

Quality Assurance Standards provide a foundation of clear purpose and planning.

The 10 key Quality Assurance Standards of any internationally recognised, credible youth mentoring programmes are listed below. Click on the Standard you are interested in and you will receive some quick tips pertinent to that Standard to guide you on your journey:

1. Statement of Purpose and a Long Range Plan
2. Recruitment
3. Orientation
4. Screening
5. Training
6. Matching
7. Monitoring
8. Support, Recognition and Retention
9. Closure
10. Evaluation


For a more detailed check list of what is required to set up an internationally credible youth mentoring program, Click here




| Statement of Purpose and a Long Range Plan | Recruiting Volunteer Mentors | Orientation of Volunteer Mentors | Screening of Volunteer Mentors | Training Volunteer Mentors | Matching Mentors with Mentees | Monitoring Mentors and Mentees | Support, Recognition and Retention of Mentors | Closure of Mentoring Relationship | Evaluation of Mentoring Relationships | Quick Checklist of an Effective Mentoring Program |

| Return Home | Meet Robin | Setting up a Mentoring Program | Mentor | Gen Y2Z Teacher-Mentors | Peer Mentor | GR8MATES program Blog | Blog 4 Parents and Teenagers | Robin's Great Links | Contact Robin |
 
 



Copyright 2014, Robin Cox. All rights reserved.