Your Mentor will provide support on a volunteer basis. They are not there to provide training; rather they are there to listen, to advise and to to share their knowledge of how to prepare for the Practitioner Certification. taking into consideration your experiences. They help you by giving constructive feedback on ongoing work for the assessment as well as answering any questions you might have.
Mentors help by listening to their mentee’s concerns, reviewing their portfolio and by providing encouragement.
Certification mentors are typically experienced bid and proposal management professionals from the UK Chapter who can offer support and guidance on achieving the next steps in certification.
Arrange sessions with their mentor and stick to schedule (sessions can be conducted face to face, by email, webinar, telephone etc. - if face to face, meetings should be arranged in a neutral venue to encourage more open communication)
Be willing to share concerns and be open to feedback