Who is a Mentor?
A mentor is a person or friend who guides a less experienced person by building trust and modeling positive behaviors.
The role of a mentor
An effective mentor understands that his or her role is to be dependable, engaged, authentic, and tuned into the needs of the mentee.
- Agood recordin developing people
- Genuine interest in seeing people advance and can relate to their problems
- Wide range of current skills
- Good understanding of the organisation
- Patience and interpersonal skills and ability to work in unstructured programme
- Time to give mentoring
- Can Command respect of client
- Has good network
- Keen to learn
- fact finding
- Staff development
- time management
As mentor a code of conduct helps you set bounderies in order to mantain a professional outlook because you don’t want your mentees to becomwe very friendly. A code of conduct is a set of rules that out line the responsabilities of a particular party or organisation.
Mentors code of conduct that is specific to the peer mentoring sessions
- I understand that it is expected of all the Peer Mentors and Mentees to be reliable and punctual for scheduled sessions, in order to make the mentoring relationship effective.
- If there is an issue that a Peer Mentor feels may put a Mentee or someone else in danger, they will have to inform the Mentoring Tutor.
- I understand that if I am unhappy with my experiences associated with the mentoring processes that I can speak to the Mentoring Tutor about it.
- Peer Mentors and Mentees must not act in any prejudicial or discriminatory manner towards members of staff, students, visitors or members of the public. They should counteract such behaviours or practices by challenging them and reporting them to the Mentoring Tutor.
- Peer Mentors must attend all relevant training sessions when required to do so.
- I must take responsible care of health and safety policies, University codes of practice and follow all University policies which have already been implemented.
2. what is the purpose of this code of conduct?
This code of conduct is to let mentor know when to set bounderies, things they can do and those they aren’t allowed to do. As a mentor you don’t want your mentees to get to used to you or make you one of their friends, even though the mentoring session is a two way thing whereby the mentees are learning but aslo the mentor is learn too.
3. What health and safety considerations have you considered for working in the TV studio?
The first health and safety consideration is to make sure all the cable hunging around are tapped on the floor to prevent the floor manager and presenters from tripping on them during a live recording session.
The second health and safety consideration is to make sure that every one who uses the ladder in the studio has to have ladder training as the university doesn’t cover any damages or if some one falls off the ladder. so its alway good to have some one with you to help hold the ladder as you climb on top to avoid accidents.