PREPARING FOR THE ROLE OF BECOMING A MENTOR. PJ HOLMES PLACEMENT LEARNING LEAD CIOSPCT. LEARNING OBJECTIVES. To gain an understanding of the role of the mentor. Positive and negative mentoring Understanding the benefits of learning styles Importance of communication.
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PLACEMENT LEARNING LEAD
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