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CILIP Mentoring, Chartership and Revalidation

Posted by JackieHanes on 16 March, 2015

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I attended an Introduction to CILIP Mentoring course on Friday 27 February at Aston University.  CILIP is the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals, and it offers a Professional Registration Scheme, whereby members can be recognised as Certified, Chartered or Fellows.  (I am a Chartered Member (MCLIP), having achieved my professional recognition in 2002, under very different chartership regulations).  All candidates on CILIP’s new professional registration scheme are required to have a Mentor.

The course was organised CILIP’s West Midlands Member Network – although a similar one is now being hosted by the East Midlands Member Network.  It was run by Carol Brooks and Gill Colbourne, who are CILIP’s Mentor Support Officers for the East and West Midlands respectively.  The course was attended by delegates from academic (higher and further education), public and government library sectors.  The course was delivered in two halves: the morning session was an introduction to mentoring…

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