Coaching and Mentoring at Warwick
Apprenticeships allow Warwick to access training which department budgets currently can no longer cover. When you hire new apprentices between 1 August 2020 and 31 January 2021, you can apply for extra funding to give your organisation a boost. For apprentices between 16 and 24, you will receive £2,000 and for apprentices 25 and over you will receive £1,500.
For more details about funding for an apprenticeship email StaffApprenticeships@warwick.ac.ukLink opens in a new window
Coaching at Warwick
Coaching is a powerful development tool which helps to develop a person’s skills and awareness so that their performance at work improves. Coaching takes place typically over 4-6 months and is carried out by a qualified coach. We use the term ‘coachee’ to refer to the person who is receiving the coaching.
Find out more about coaching here.
Warwick is a member of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC) UK. We aim to create and promote best practice in staff coaching and mentoring and adhere to the EMCC’s standards and ethics.
Mentoring at Warwick
Mentoring involves a more experienced person drawing on their skills, expertise and wisdom to advise and guide a less experienced person to support their personal and professional development.
Typically mentoring takes place over a longer period of time than coaching. We use the term mentee to refer to the person who is receiving mentoring.
Find out more about mentoring at Warwick.