Practitioner Mentor for Apprentices

Mentoring and coaching training designed for anyone supporting apprentices in the workplace.

Technical mentoring involves supporting someone to learn new skills.

Pastoral mentoring involves developing and supporting the whole person to succeed at work.

Many younger people tell us they want to feel supported, respected, and valued in order for them to feel more engaged.

The question is...

Which do you currently offer?

Introducing the Practitioner Mentor for Apprentices - a certified programme designed for anyone supporting apprentices in the workplace.

Certified by The Mentoring School.

Transforming Apprenticeships

Only 31% of team leaders and supervisors feel confident supporting apprentices at work according to our recent survey.

Create The Space are proud to introduce this award-winning programme for those supporting apprentices in the workplace.

Course Delivery

We offer three different delivery options;

a 3-day classroom-based programme,

a fast-track blended learning programme incorporating online learning plus 1-day in the classroom,

or an online only format.


The course covers:

The difference between coaching and mentoring and when to use each

Overcoming barriers that hold apprentices back

Employer requirements

Diversity and inclusion

Multi-generational working

Low level mental health issues & Employability skills.


Certification is achieved through successful completion of an online assessment. Certification includes a listing on the public Register of Mentors for one year (continued listing requires a small annual fee). Learners also have the option to complete a reflective assignment to convert their course into a Level 3 Workplace Mentor Qualification (currently undergoing registration).

Engagement, satisfaction, retention.

What does the course include?

Our specialist course covers up to date good practice skills in working with individuals or groups of apprentices in the workplace, covering the practical skills to support their social, emotional and mental wellbeing and help them overcome barriers to succeed:

What is a mentor?
About your workplace ethos
Barriers to completion
Ways of learning
Emotional intelligence
Preparation for working life
Employer requirements
Supporting an individual

Supporting a group
Good practice for mentors and coaches
Supporting life skills
Involving other staff
Supporting social, emotional and mental health
Monitoring outcomes of induction
Giving feedback

Are you ready to transform your company culture with the Practitioner Mentor for Apprentices Programme?

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07786 031496

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