What is the Mentorship Program?
The Mentorship Program has been specifically designed for ACES graduates* to enable them to participate in group discussions to problem-solve challenging case studies, gain a second opinion and listen to industry experts about recent developments in their field. Abit like a coach.
- New to the industry or just lacking the confidence to start working?
- Experienced in your field but feeling isolated and would benefit from discussing tricky jobs with like-minded individuals?
- We understand it can be nerve-wracking when you’ve just graduated and want to start your own business especially if you are new to the industry.
- Wouldn’t it be great to be able to talk to an industry expert about tricky jobs to steer you in the right direction?
Benefits of the program:
- Participate in group discussions to problem-solve challenging case studies
- Gain a second opinion from experienced professionals
- Build and grow your professional network by liaising with like-minded professionals
- Boost your confidence by listening to interesting and complex case studies presented by professionals with years of experience
- Listen to guest speakers who will provide tips on case study interpretation
- Learn tips to hone your craft
The program consists of monthly online (zoom) sessions conducted over ten months. Each session will start with a guest lecturer discussing a case study or topic for up to one hour, followed by an open discussion of case studies. All sessions are recorded so you can listen to them even if you can’t make the session. Attendance is not compulsory and there are no assessments.
*ACES Graduate: must have completed the Mould Testing Subject OR Ct IV in Feng Shui to be eligible
|Mould Mentorship||Feng Shui Mentorship|
|Structure:||Monthly zoom sessions (x 10)||Monthly zoom sessions (x 10)|
|Dates||Last Tuesday of the month||First Wednesday of the month|
|28th February: Case Studies (Nicole Bijlsma)
28th March: Condensation in New Builds (Dr Tim Law PhD)
25th April: Interpretating Lab Reports (Dr Joe Spurgeon PhD, USA)
30th May: Evaluating Insurance Claims (Kylie Freer, Loss Adjustor)
27th June: Insurance Implications for Mould (David Keane)
25th July: PRV Tips Panel Discussion (Brad Prezant, Bryan Jepsen, Kylie Freer Kristy Clinton)
29th August: Communicating with the CIRS client (Sally Stower, Trauma Therapist)
26th September: How Labs Analyse your Samples (Panel Discussion)
31st October: Waterproofing (Panel Discussion)
28th November: Case Studies (Nicole Beringer and Jeanette Williams)
|1st March (Vic Ketis Year of Rabbit)
5th April (Nicole Bijlsma, Google Maps)
3rd May (Vic, Analysing Floorplans)
7th June (Amy Revell, Professional Organiser, Decluttering)
5th July (Robert Gourlay, Map Dowsing)
2nd August (Pascale Osanz, Colour Therapy)
6th September (Gayle Atherton, Age of 9)
4th October (Salwa Abboud, Trigrams)
1st November (Janene Laird, Combining Landform, Compass & Flying Star Into Urban Living Spaces)
6th December (Case Studies)
|Time||7pm to 9.15pm||7pm to 9.15pm|
|Investment||$297.00 Pay HERE||$297.00 Pay HERE|
For more information on the ACES Mentorship Program, call us on 1300 889 845 or email email@example.com.