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Revision as of 05:50, 29 December 2009

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SL Cert - Advanced Mentoring

Overview

What to put here...

Audience

People and organizations who want to help others.

Pre-requisites

  • Be at least two years of age
  • Have passed both the Basic and Intermediate exams
  • Have mentored for six months after passing the Intermediate exam
  • Be part of an apprenticeship program for one year
  • Have started developing sub-specialties in other certification categories
  • Have three recommendations from your primary sponsor, a resident in a group with management-level responsibilities, and your immediate supervisor.

Criteria

Describe the skills and knowledge necessary to mentor competently and effectively at an advanced level.

Mentor Skillset

These are my initial suggestions of what a new resident needs to know. That means this is what a helper should be qualified to teach. Please comment.

Communications Skillset

  • How to handle an unruly area on your own
  • How to handle a meeting place with a large number of griefers
  • Methods of bringing people over to the Good Side

Technical Skillset

  • Have a sub-specialty at the intermediate level
  • Know where to go for more information on a variety of topics
  • Computer knowledge
    • Different issues regarding video cards
    • Different issues regarding hard drives
    • Different issues regarding CPUs

More technical detail to follow...