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1 Mentee Training

2 Session Outline Section One: Introduction: why ementoring, who’s who, your expectations Great Expectations Keeping safe Good message, bad message What If…? Section Two Getting started on the site Evaluation

3 Understand what ementoring is and what your role as a mentee involves. Be able to use all the features on the Bright Links ementoring website. Have a plan of what you want to get out of ementoring. Know who to contact if you get stuck. Have written your first message to your mentor By the end of the today you will be able to:

4 Section One Knowing you, Knowing me!

5 Activity: Great Expectations

6 True or False? 1.It is best to have no expectations about ementoring, that way you can’t get let down. 2.Your mentor is not there to help you with your homework. 3.You should write a message to your mentor AT LEAST twice a day. 4.By the time you finish ementoring your mentor should know everything about you, even very personal information and vice versa. 5.Your mentor is likely to be quite old and won’t really understand you. 6.Your mentor is a great source of information and can give you lots of advice and support.

7 What’s In It For Me? Ementoring will… Give you someone to talk to about your future Help improve writing and IT skills Help build your confidence Help you to think about your next steps – education or work – and how to get there! Allow you more time to think about questions than you would have with face-to-face mentoring

8 Your ementoring coordinator Matches you with your mentor Looks after your scheme First point of contact if you: –have problems or concerns about your mentor –want to talk about your place on the programme. Who’s Who?

9 Brightside Education charity develop the Bright Links website Brightside provide online resources, tools and teaching resources Brightside provide technical support for problems with the website Contact (on the website) Who’s Who?

10 Who Else Is Involved? Your mentor: An enthusiastic person who has volunteered to help you Can help you think about your future plans and share their experiences You! You are taking part in the Bright Links ementoring programme It is your responsibility to keep in regular communication with your mentor and make the most of their knowledge and guidance

11 Protect yourself! Don’t give your address or phone number to your mentor Don’t meet your mentor unless arranged by your coordinator Automatic filters, designed to protect you

12 Confidentiality Statement The relationship with your mentor is confidential, EXCEPT where your mentor becomes aware that you may be at risk of being harmed. In this situation, your mentor will seek advice about how to help protect you. All communication on the ementoring website is monitored by Brightside and your coordinator

13 Activity: Good message, bad message… Your message!

14 Activity: What if…?

15 Section Two Using the ementoring website

16 Go to to see the website! Update your profile Change username and password Write to your mentor Look at the resources on the website Use the activities

17 Enter your login details here If you have forgotten your details click on ‘forgot your password?’

18 Recent activity feed Summary view Navigation bar

19 Filter messages by sender View sent, received or archived messages

20 Reply to a message Start a new message Or archive the conversation

21 Select your recipient Edit your message here Give your message a title Add attachments

22 You can view your progress on activities Activities that might be useful to you based on your profile.

23 View your course progress Save course and continue next time Review what modules are in this course

24 Read the instructions and answer the questions

25 Articles related to interests you have selected Regularly updated news and articles Search function to find useful articles

26 You can also browse by topic

27 article to a friend, or rate the article Useful related and trustworthy links Automatically attach articles to your new messages

28 Let’s Get Started

29 Brightside


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