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2022 ADA NSW Mentoring Program



 

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The ADA NSW Mentoring Program is designed to facilitate partnerships where a mentor can share their personal knowledge, experience and perspective with an independent mentee, to foster their personal and professional judgement.

Eligibility for Mentees is within the first seven years of registration with the Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (Ahpra). Mentors must have at least seven years experience registered with Ahpra.
 

Program Timeline: July 2022 - March 2023


Applications for the 2022 Mentoring Program open 4 April 2022.

To register your interest in the program please click on this link and complete an application form: https://ada-nsw-mentoring-program-2022.aomapp.net/
 
If you are a returning Mentor please follow the steps below:

  1. Click on: https://ada-nsw-mentoring-program-2022.aomapp.net/
  2. Click on the Log In button underneath the caption Returning Participant.
  3. The program will recognise you as a past participant and will send you an email requesting you to verify that you want to enrol in another program.
  4. Once verified, you need to log on and edit your application if/where it is required. Your application from last year will be carried forward so you do not need to re-enter that data but if you wish to, you can edit or update your details. 

Applications close at 5.00pm on 22 April 2022. 


Program Objectives

 
  • To provide a structured yet flexible opportunity for colleagues to work together in a mutually beneficial partnership and in a strictly confidential setting
  • To allow a more experienced practitioner to provide guidance and support to a less experienced colleague as they transition into the profession
  • To encourage mentors to embrace the professional responsibility of engaging with and supporting younger colleagues
  • Improved service to the community by supporting practitioners in their early careers.


Program Benefits

 
  • Flexible and negotiable: determined by the goals and objectives of the mentee
  • Confidential: an essential factor in establishing mutually respectful, honest and open communication
  • Reduced stress: for new practitioners who can seek advice and confide in experienced practitioners
  • Personal fulfillment: through passing on knowledge and experience to new practitioners.

If you have any questions, please contact the Program Manager, Liz Bowers at liz.bowers@adansw.com.au


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Mentoring Contact

Liz Bowers
P: (02) 8436 9967

E:  liz.bowers@adansw.com.au

Applications open 4 April 2022