Mentoring wins respect as a form of learning

April 1995
People Management;4/6/1995, Vol. 1 Issue 7, p20
Discusses the benefits of formal mentoring schemes in the accreditation of work-based learning in Great Britain. Recognition of mentoring as a valid form of learning; Problems in coping with workplace learning; Identification of reward learning outcomes.


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