Safer Peer Mentoring



For groups of young people aged 13-25 years old. This training demonstrates how to develop sound peer mentoring relationships, that safeguards both the peer mentor and mentee.

Peer mentors will have time to explore a wide range of tried and tested mentoring methods, tools and techniques.


‘I felt good practicing the tools on younger people. I think it being a mentor will help me find out what I’m good at and give me a reason to keep going when things get hard at school. Yeah today was actually really good.¬†

Emeka (16, student)



This training will;

  • Peer mentor identity
  • Understanding of trauma-informed practices
  • Outcomes focused mentoring styles
  • Knowledge of mentoring tools and techniques
  • Commitment to safeguarding
  • Understanding of contextual safeguarding issues
  • Confidence in mentoring the ‘hardest to reach’
  • Ability to create a safe, trusting mentoring space
  • Ability to maintain professional boundaries


Our trainers will provide you with the space to reflect, to enhance your mentoring identity.



Trainees will increase their awareness of;

  • Safeguarding duties
  • Core principles and concepts of mentoring
  • How to deliver high quality mentoring
  • Mentoring tools, techniques, and resources
  • Mentoring session structures
  • How to protect the mentoring relationship



Discounts are available for groups of 10 or more people. Click here for the training brochure and group prices.


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