Apprenticeships assure quality learning, decrease skills mismatch and increase youth employment. However, quality apprenticeships depend on mentorship competence and, although most mentors at SMEs are highly skilled on their technical area, they lack the necessary pedagogy to be able to transfer these skills to apprentices. The MentorTrain project, therefore, aims to create a platform for imparting pedagogical skills to mentors, particularly experienced workers from SMEs who may not necessarily have relevant teaching experience but are working with students/apprentices from professional higher educational institutions at EQF levels 5-7.
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Requirements for the mentorship
Design the Mentoring Plan and the Apprenticeship Plan, establishing and meeting the requirements of the Training Agreement with the apprentice and the supervisor of the VET centre, including the evaluation planDesign the Mentoring Plan and the Apprenticeship Plan, establishing and ...2 comments
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Getting ready for the mentorship
Welcoming the apprentice to the workplace
Training at the workplace
Evaluation of the mentorship activities
Reflecting and learning about the mentorship
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