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Skills for Life Project:
Employer Literacy and Numeracy Delivery



 OBJECTIVE 2: The Mentor Role
Liaison




• 2-Way Communication: The Conduit to employers’ needs.
• Identify Organisational, vocational and Skills for L...
Vocational Assessor: Knows the job




• Who is the best person to assess a trainee on a day-to-day
  basis?
• Who knows t...
Skills for Life & Vocational Needs




  • The mentor is a key agent in identifying opportunities for
    embedding SfL in...
Learning Support: Qualified
• Level 2 Award in Literacy, Language,
  Numeracy and ICT Awareness
• L20: Supporting Competen...
Who is the Mentor?




• A Mentor is NOT a TUTOR. But IS an Assessor.
• A Mentor does not necessarily have to hold MASTERY...
Sf L Project The Mentor 1
Sf L Project The Mentor 1
Sf L Project The Mentor 1
Sf L Project The Mentor 1
Sf L Project The Mentor 1
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Sf L Project The Mentor 1

  1. 1. Skills for Life Project: Employer Literacy and Numeracy Delivery OBJECTIVE 2: The Mentor Role
  2. 2. Liaison • 2-Way Communication: The Conduit to employers’ needs. • Identify Organisational, vocational and Skills for Life needs for blended and embedded training and assessment.
  3. 3. Vocational Assessor: Knows the job • Who is the best person to assess a trainee on a day-to-day basis? • Who knows the organisational/employers needs, procedures and day-to-day business the best? • Who can offer great feedback to a trainee?
  4. 4. Skills for Life & Vocational Needs • The mentor is a key agent in identifying opportunities for embedding SfL into the vocational training programme
  5. 5. Learning Support: Qualified • Level 2 Award in Literacy, Language, Numeracy and ICT Awareness • L20: Supporting Competence achieved in the Workplace • Basic Skills at Level 2 • ENTO Awards: Coaching & Mentoring in a Work Environment
  6. 6. Who is the Mentor? • A Mentor is NOT a TUTOR. But IS an Assessor. • A Mentor does not necessarily have to hold MASTERY of the BASIC SKILLS. But HOLDS an intermediate level of Basic Skills. • A Mentor is a CHANGE AGENT for EMBEDDING Basic Skills.

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