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Course in Mentoring for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Workforce Mentors




6 months

About the Course

This course has been developed from decades of refining and reviewing the targeted Karen Sheldon Group mentoring and coaching skills required to best support many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander jobseekers into paid employment and on to career objectives.

The qualification has three essential outcomes:

  • normalising the work experience of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander new workers;

  • facilitating the navigation of barriers to work retention, the building of skills for job resilience and support to maintain work attendance; and

  • being a cultural bridge - growing an employer’s cultural appreciation and understanding of the life and transformative experiences of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander employees with little or no work experience.

Eligibility Requirements

To be eligible for this course, candidates must identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander and must be employed with work-role responsibility that includes mentoring workers towards job retention.

A pre-enrolment interview to establish suitability to undertake the course and to determine support requirements will also be conducted.

Meet your Trainers

John Leeder

John Leeder

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Karen Sheldon Training RTO:70045 partners with Saltbush Training through a third-party arrangement to have Saltbush Training deliver nationally recognised training on its behalf.

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