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Sharon Smith

Office Manager

Tel: 123-456-7890

Louise Brown

Administrative Assistant

Tel: 123-456-7890

James Miller

Director of Church Operations

Tel: 123-456-7890


What is mentoring?

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Mentoring is a powerful personal development and empowerment tool. It is an effective way of helping people to progress in their careers and is becoming increasingly popular as its potential is realised. 


Mentoring sessions can be tailored to meet your needs and will focus on areas of development, helping you challenge your own practice and become a more reflective practitioner. 

Mentees will be provided with session notes following each session that can be used as evidence of CPD and to help with tracking progress during the mentoring relationship. Combining a mix of training activities, professional discussion, and guidance, mentoring is a sure way to help you achieve your goals! 


Mentoring sessions are held via Zoom which means that you don't even have to leave the comfort of your own home to start working on your future development. Sessions usually last for 1 hour after which you will be eligible to claim 1 Structured CPD point for every hour of mentoring completed, subsequent unstructured points may be claimed for work undertaken outside of your mentoring session.

Some common themes for mentoring include:

  • Improving theoretical understanding and knowledge

  • Improving BSL production skills for interpreting

  • Improving voice-over skills

  • Gaining control of time lag (distance from the source language)

  • Improving reflection and accuracy of interpretations

As a benefit of undertaking mentoring with us, you will also gain access to the member's area of the site 'The Student Zone' which includes a library of webinars, example evidence collection recordings, downloadable resources and useful articles.

To book a session or discuss your needs further click the Contact Us button.


Your first 30-minute consultation is free of charge. Full sessions are charged at £60 per session.

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