CPHR Saskatchewan’s Mentorship Program provides the framework for members to be matched with other members for the purpose of enhancing professional development and building professional relationships in a meaningful and supportive way. These relationships enable program participants to exchange knowledge, develop skills and competencies, share experiences and build a community of thought partners. Whether you are new to the field of HR or a senior practitioner, the program can support you to expand, refine and build new skills.
This member-only program runs annually from January to December.
“Regardless of whether you’re a Mentor or a Protégé, joining the Mentorship Program is a great way to grow as an HR professional and connect with others in the field. You get as much out of it as you put into it and the relationships you develop continue for long after the program ends.”
Mentor – Saskatoon
“Both of my mentorship relationships have been invaluable. My mentors have taught me to push the boundaries of my comfort zone and seek leadership opportunities in areas I hadn’t thought of previously. The program keeps you accountable for doing your homework and being prepared to have meaningful discussions with your mentor. The feedback I received was invaluable. The program definitely helped me grow as a person and develop more confidence. In addition, you get to build long-lasting relationships with other HR professionals.”
Protégé – Regina
Who Can Participate:
Current members of CPHR Saskatchewan, in good standing, who work or are pursuing a career in HR in Saskatchewan are eligible to apply. The CPHR Saskatchewan Mentorship Program is not a job search program but rather a program supporting active learning and networking.
The CPHR Saskatchewan Mentorship Program runs annually from January to December. Two or three events will be organized to celebrate the valuable relationship between Mentor and Protégé. These events allow all participants to socialize and network as a whole community.
Mentors and Protégés are required to:
- Attend a Meet and Match event to participate in the selection of a mentoring partner (November);
- Attend a Meet and Greet event to receive training and information regarding program objectives (January);
- Commit to at least 1-2 hours per month of interaction with a mentoring partner during the program (face to face, phone, email, FaceTime, Skype, etc.);
- Sign a Mentoring Agreement with a mentoring partner confirming commitment to the program, frequency/methods of communication and confidentiality.
- Complete a survey at the end of the program to provide valuable feedback for the future of the program.
CPHR Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Hours
It is important to maintain a Mentoring Record (provided to you) for submission and verification, as required, for eligibility of CPD hours. Note: it is the applicant's responsibility to maintain these records.
As a participant in the Mentorship Program, you are eligible to receive a maximum of 10 CPD hours.
How to Apply:
You must re-apply to participate in the Mentorship Program each year.
The program will run annually from January to December each year to align with recent changes to the CPD reporting system and participant requests to provide more relationship time.
Applications open September 6 to October 31 each year.
Mentor and Protégé applications are now closed. Thank you to all the amazing members who applied and offered to share their time and expertise this year!
For more information, please contact:
Learning & Professional Development