The Mentoring Programme

For any queries about the Programme or the use of MentorNet please contact [email protected]

The EMCC UK Mentoring Programme is a professional membership programme which encourages excellence and progression for all EMCC UK Members.

The programme offers EMCC UK members the opportunity to reflect and grow through conversation in a mentoring relationship.  It is a self-serve system to match more experienced members with less experienced members for the benefit and learning of both and usually runs over 6-8 sessions for up to a year. It supports the Professional Development Pathway and helps members develop their capability, and share their knowledge and expertise, to benefit their practice.

An Overview of the Mentoring Process

You register with MentorNet as a Mentee or a Mentor* via the links on the Register for the Programme page
Once registered, you create your profile, including a photo
As a mentee you search for suitable mentors and request chemistry meetings with your shortlist of mentors (3 maximum) using the chat function in MentorNet.
When you have found a suitable Mentor you then request a match via MentorNet with your chosen Mentor and provide feedback to the other people you had chemistry meetings with.
Mentoring Team approve the match
As a mentee you make contact to organise the initial session with your Mentor.  You both contract and your mentoring relationship begins
Both mentors and mentees can use the messaging function on MentorNet to liaise in between meetings
Mentor closes the relationship on MentorNet after the final meeting to end the mentoring relationship


*To be a Mentor in the EMCC UK Mentoring Programme you are required to have Professional Indemnity Insurance and have regular supervision.

Photo of David Clutterbuck

‘Mentoring happens when one person uses their wisdom to stimulate wisdom in another.’ David Clutterbuck