Peer Mentoring Programme for Staff

Duration: 3hrs (maximum of 20 staff)

Kidscape peer mentoring training supports young people to resolve conflict, empower others and befriend those that are finding life difficult.

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Learning outcomes

  • Understand what peer mentoring means and benefits of peer mentoring
  • Understand what mental wellbeing means and the issues that affect young people’s wellbeing
  • Identify and explore what needs to be included in a peer mentoring programme
  • Explore the roles and responsibilities of staff and peer mentors
  • Investigate and explore the resources that will support staff deliver the programme
  • Receive peer mentoring materials to support you set up and deliver your peer mentoring programme
  • Produce a plan for setting up your own programme
“Very excited to develop the programme further in our school and add additional support to pupils. I will definitely recommend the training to others.” – Head Teacher

Peer Mentor Training for Young People

Duration: Full day (maximum of 30 pupils; 10-16 years old)

The interactive style of delivery will give potential peer mentors the opportunity to explore the peer mentors role and understand what will be expected of them.

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Learning outcomes

  • Understand what peer mentoring is
  • Identify the roles and responsibilities of a peer mentor
  • Understand safeguarding procedures
  • Understand how to communicate and listen effectively
  • Be able to identify personal qualities and skills, including completing a
  • Personal Development Plan focusing on future development
  • Understand what is involved in the peer mentoring process
  • Carry out peer mentoring and observe others in the role
  • Understand how your peer mentoring programme will be delivered


To register your interest please complete our training enquiry form.

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Please note these costings are to be considered as a guide only and do not include the trainer's travel or accommodation expenses where applicable. VAT may also be applicable.

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