Webinar: Mentoring peer support

In this webinar, delegates will be able to access support to help develop their mentoring skills through a short, interactive session.
Date: -
Time: -

United Kingdom

Spaces available

Free of charge


Delegates will hear briefly from our facilitator on a relevant topic followed by starter questions to generate discussion. Delegates will then be expected to share their experiences as mentors or mentees for peer support and input from the experienced mentor and coach trainer.

The webinar will give you the opportunity to discuss:

  • Any general comments on your mentoring practice to date 
  • What mentoring practice you have done
  • How your mentoring sessions have been going

It will also give you the opportunity to share top tips and things to avoid as a mentor.

You are welcome to book onto any mentoring peer support webinars and use them as your way of receiving supervision.

Please do email us any queries in advance to mentoring@rcpch.ac.uk so we can tailor discussions accordingly.


The webinar is open to new and experienced paediatricians and paediatric trainees who are actively mentoring others.  

This includes, but is not limited to, those members who have attended previous RCPCH Mentoring Skills courses, or who are registered as RCPCH Mentoring Champions. Those who have developed their mentoring skills elsewhere are also welcome to join the webinar.

Delegate numbers will be capped at 20. 

If you register and are no longer able to dial in on your chosen date, please contact us in advance at mentoring@rcpch.ac.uk so we can release your space to another delegate.

If the webinar is full, please email mentoring@rcpch.ac.uk to be added to the waiting list for your chosen date.


The webinar will be facilitated by Matt Driver, one of the RCPCH Mentoring Skills course facilitators. 

Matt is an experienced mentor and coach, working with a wide range of individuals and organisations, including HEE/deaneries and Health Boards and NHS and commercial sector staff. 

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