Christchurch, New Zealand
What does this mean?
INFORMAL Mentors are those who offer mentoring on an informal basis to a small number of people and do not seek any remuneration for this ministry.
FORMAL Mentors are those who offer formal or vocational mentoring (perhaps as part of a role responsibility) in a structured way, usually with a written agreement, but do not receive any direct remuneration for this ministry. Professional indemnity insurance is recommended but not required for mentors in this category.
PROFESSIONAL Mentors are qualified mentors who offer formal, structured mentoring with written agreements and who receive remuneration for this ministry. Professional indemnity insurance is required for mentors in this category
- Face-to-Face & Online
- Monday to Friday
I live in Christchurch New Zealand and was introduced to formal mentoring around 3-4 years ago. I am a married mum of two teenagers at High School and one at University. I trained as a Primary school teacher many years ago but have spent most of my teaching career in the university setting. Next was a small theological course here in Christchurch for two years before working for nine years in the church setting in Women's Ministry. During this time I also established a group for supporting and training women in ministry. I'm now establishing my mentoring ministry and love the whole process with whatever direction that may take.
Women and their Christian journey.
Women in ministry and being sustained spiritually to keep serving.
Intentionality and faithfulness.
Communication and relationships.
Leadership and Training.
Women in Ministry and training
Personal journey's in faith
B.A. (Hons) in Education
Teaching Diploma (NZ)
TIM Course - Two year part time theological course in Christchurch.
MEQ Mentoring Equipping Course
- Monday to Friday