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Implementing a mentoring scheme normally requires a mix of a mentoring software and a good knowledge of running a mentoring scheme. Ensuring that your mentors and mentees are trained effectively and are clear what is expected of them is just as important as having the right mentoring software to support them.

The Bar Council’s Mentoring Scheme

Watch a 20 minute webinar presented by The Bar Council to introduce their e-Mentoring Scheme – a platform built to facilitate the mentoring relationship between barrister mentors and student mentees.

How to Design A Mentoring Programme

Join Lis Merrick, who went through how to design and develop your programme effectively and without fuss. Lis covered preparing for the programme, getting buy-in, matching, training, supervision and evaluation. This webinar is free for you to view the recording.

Using Technology to Support your Mentoring Programme

Setting up a mentoring programme is the first step, but the second is finding the right tools to make it a success. This webinar explores the role that technology can play in supporting your organisation’s mentoring program.

Receive the best advice to setup your mentoring scheme

sfG MentorNet works closely with mentoring consultants from Coach Mentoring Ltd. Lis Merrick, Managing Director, has many years of experience in mentoring programme design and development. She has over 200 mentoring programmes to her name and Lis researches, writes and speaks about mentoring and coaching and this work also informs her practice as an executive coach and designer of programmes. She lectures at Sheffield Business School on the MSc Coaching and Mentoring and on Coach Mentoring Ltd’s own Post Graduate Certificate in Coaching and Mentoring for Leadership in Organisations, in association with Leeds Business School.


If you require support with setting up a mentoring scheme, Lis and her team offer a ‘Mentoring Starter Package’ which includes everything you need to setup a mentoring programme

sfG MentorNet have had the pleasure of working with AGCAS for a number of years and in this time we have published the below articles in the Phoenix. Phoenix is the AGCAS journal, usually published three times a year. The journal showcases best practice in careers and employability delivery across a wide range of activities. The Phoenix highlights the work of the AGCAS members and positions AGCAS expertise in student career development and graduate employment as part of their external relations activity

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sfG MentorNet Product Features

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sfG MentorNet Data Sheet

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