Throughout our lives we meet challenges, that had we had the support of a Mentor, we perhaps would have done things differently. Have you ever asked yourself the following questions? Where can I get advice on new responsibilities? What opportunities for promotion exist in the University? How can I apply for a different post? How can I successfully apply for funding? Is job-sharing for me? Where can I find out how the accounts system works? How can I get a grip on UL culture? I am finding my management role challenging, can anyone offer me advice? A Mentor can possibly help you. There are often answers ( or at least pointers) if we only knew where to get them!
The aim of this mentoring initiative is to provide a platform through which experiences can be shared on a one-to-one informal basis, thus providing support to people at various stages in their careers. The Centre for Teaching and Learning and the Graduate Studies Office Mentoring Scheme provide a framework for the mentoring of new faculty.
For an overview of the scheme please click the Mentoring Training Presentation
Mentor & Mentee Application Forms:
- Academic and Research Mentor Application Form
- Mentor Application Form (Support Staff)
- Mentee Application Form (Support Staff)
- Academic and Research Mentee Application Form
To access the following listed Documents, click on the titles: