This accredited discovery course in mentoring teaches you how to plan and implement mentor programs, developing and using emotional intelligence and communicating effectively as a workshop leader. Utilising our unique Zoom delivery model, the course is delivered over a 6 week period. Athletes must commit to 4 hours of study per week, comprising 2 hours on Zoom and 2 hours of self-paced learning. Apart of the mentoring course athletes will need to deliver 3 mentoring sessions and we have partnered with The Dunlea Centre, allowing athletes to facilitate these sessions to their students via Zoom.
Accredited units of competence
BSBLED805 Plan and implement a mentoring program
TAEDEL404 Mentor in the workplace
BSBLDR511 Develop and use emotional intelligence
Qualifications that include these units of competency include:
Anthony Quinn is a former professional Rugby League footballer. Debuting in 2002, Anthony played 213 games over a 12 year career. A premiership winner in 2007 and a NSW representative in 2008. Post career Anthony has worked for the NRL as an apprentice mentor and at the RLPA as a player engagement manager. He currently is the Athlete Wellbeing and Engagement Advisor at NSWIS.
Anthony's credentials include:
Diploma of Positive Psychology and Wellbeing
Certificate IV in Elite Athlete Wellbeing
Certificate IV in Training and Assessment
About the Dunlea Centre
Fr Thomas Dunlea (1894-1970) founded Boys’ Town at Engadine, in 1939. In 2010 responding to the community need for a residential girl’s unit Boys’ Town Engadine became Dunlea Centre and established the Margaret unit to also help young ladies in need. Today as Dunlea Centre it is a comprehensive service to adolescent children and their families who are at risk of family breakdown, but who want to restore their relationships.
Dunlea Centre provides family and individual therapy, academic and life skills education, and residential care for both boys and girls. Family Preservation and Restoration is the focus of the Dunlea Centre’s program. Dunlea Centre is also an out of home care service and students live-in from Monday to Friday, thus allowing the children and their family some space to bring about necessary changes.