To promote mentoring as a key to aiding social mobility for young people.
1. National Mentoring Week
21/10/2020 - Early Day Motions
Found: That this House recognises the importance of mentoring, as young people, like the rest of society are
Found: well as
taking part in more formal reviews. Mentoring
sessions are an important part of the panel™s
Team and individual ADHD Mentoring and training
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4. National mentoring initiative to tackle employment inequality across UK
17/01/2019 - Department for Work and Pensions
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National mentoring initiative to tackle employment inequality across
Mutuals Mentoring Scheme - GOV.UK
1. Social Mobility
20/02/2017 - Lords Chamber
1: talents available? Will he further agree that mentoring of young people from disadvantaged backgrounds - Speech Link
2: with the noble Baroness about the importance of mentoring. I know that Chance UK has an active programme - Speech Link
3: the Careers & Enterprise Company launched a mentoring community and fund. What resources are the Government - Speech Link
2. Young People: Mentoring
25/04/2016 - Lords Chamber
1: I warmly welcome any expansion of much needed mentoring for young people. Can the Minister confirm that - Speech Link
2: would welcome organisations that are involved in mentoring across an entire spectrum bidding for this funding - Speech Link
3: abused. Can the Minister indicate how the new mentoring programme will complement other support for the - Speech Link
3. Kickstart Scheme
07/09/2020 - Lords Chamber
1: gap. I steered the Labour Government’s first mentoring project, the People into Management Network, for - Speech Link
4. Race Disparity Audit
10/10/2017 - Lords Chamber
1: hotspots. Measures in these areas will include mentoring schemes to help those in ethnic minorities into - Speech Link
2: Minister mentioned the mentoring schemes. It is always good to have mentoring schemes for people, but - Speech Link
3: who find it difficult to get into work, such as mentoring, which the noble Baroness, Lady Gale, mentioned - Speech Link
5. InitialTeacher Training
12/07/2016 - Written Statements
1: suggested that the quality of school-based ITT mentoring is not as good as it could be, and his report - Speech Link
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