LTM has developed a number of Peer Mentoring Support projects targeted within schools and WBL (Work Base Learning) providers. 

LTM’s School Mentoring projects has helped equip young people with targeted mentoring skills to help support their peers and develop skills such as communication and time management whilst also realising and achieving their personal goals in life.

Our MAM (Mentor-A-Mate) project provided much needed Mentoring support to ‘at risk’ apprentices’. It was designed to challenge and change participation trends in work based learning, by engaging existing apprenticeships from under represented groups. The programme helped apprentices within the workplace through one-2-one mentoring and support from peer mentors with the continuous guidance of LTM. This in turn improved:

1. Retention
2. Attainment
3. Partnerships with WBL providers and employers

In order to equip each peer mentor with the relevant level of expertise; LTM supported nominated apprentices to undertake an accredited training programme to achieve a NVQ Level 2 Certificate in Peer Mentoring which in turn boosted their confidence, motivation and teamwork with a more focused view on planning and completing the workload of all involved; thus adding to the success for all.

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