University of Technology Sydney

014126 Mentoring in the Workplace

Requisite(s): 014220 Learning and its Trajectories AND 014222 Designing Innovative Learning AND 014225 Leading Learning AND 014221 Learning in the Digital Age
These requisites may not apply to students in certain courses.
There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
Anti-requisite(s): 013106 Mentoring in the Workplace


This subject aims to develop student's understandings and capabilities in designing and implementing workplace mentoring, a key workplace learning strategy in organisations. After engaging with contemporary research literature on mentoring in the workplace in a range of contexts, students explore the issues involved in designing effective workplace mentoring programs. Students have opportunities to design a workplace mentoring program relevant to their own professional context and to experience a peer mentoring process through the subject.

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Session 4, Online campus

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