Your next professional development opportunity could involve someone you’ve never met.
Whether you are seeking a mentor or looking to pass on your experience and advice,
AWRA e-Mentoring offers an enriching professional experience with unique flexibility.
Mentoring has been identified as a practical way to encourage the participation and advancement of women in the workforce.
“Mentoring is a brain to pick, an ear to listen, and a push in the right direction.”
John C Crosby
|Message from a Mentor and a Mentee:||Message from the Australian Government:
For women in the resource, allied and related construction industries, remote locations, complex rosters and a shortage of female colleagues has created a need for an alternative to traditional face-to-face mentoring programs.
e-Mentoring gives Mentees and Mentors a way to work together, wherever they are, and fits in with their busy working lives.
Running since 2013 and having paired more than 400 Mentors and Mentees, the program’s success has earned consecutive federal government funding to continue the initiative and expand its capability.
Man or woman, if your experience in the resource industry means you have something to offer those looking for guidance and insight from the experts, sign up to AWRA e-Mentoring as a mentor and provide aspiring women with a boost to their resources, allied and related construction sector careers. This is an excellent professional and personal development opportunity for both Mentees and Mentors.
|To learn more about e-Mentoring, click here to read our AWRA e-Mentoring Brochure.
Click here to contact us, or use the below links to register now as a Mentee or Mentor.
DO IT YOURSELF KITS
The following are documents used in the AWRA e-Mentoring Program which have been adjusted to allow you to run a mentoring program for your organisation:
EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FORMS
Download an Expression of Interest Form if you are interested in becoming either a Mentor or Mentee:
CURRENT PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS