We offer a number of mentoring services that cover not only writing but also any other situation where writing or understanding English is important or necessary to you.
Writing: Need help from someone who can walk you through the writing process? Want to improve your understanding of writing a manuscript? Lacking confidence in your writing?
Speaking: Would you like to be able to stand up in front of people or work colleagues and give a speech? Are you uncomfortable having conversations?
English as a second language: Would you like help in learning how to write or communicate in English. We offer group or 1-on-1 mentoring sessions?
Mentoring Writers works with all those who need help in expanding their experience or in building their confidence in order to carry out a chosen goal.
Whether it be improving your writing, learning how to give a speech, having the confidence to hold conversations with strangers, knowing how to fill in forms or write professional letters Mentoring Writers can help with all these and much more.
All mentoring services are backed with regular emails and discussions that are geared to individual needs.
How much does it cost?
Due to the varying needs of each client, it is difficult to assess an exact cost as each mentoring service has to be geared to the individual participants requirements.
A simple discussion session about starting to write can be done through our ‘Lunch with Our Mentor’ Workshop (click here).
A more detailed Mentoring Session would be priced accordingly. Typically, sessions start at £25 per hour, but your costs may be more or less depending on the services required.
Every Mentoring Session starts with a free consultation which allows the Mentor to create a timetable suitable for the person being mentored and for an appropriate cost to be calculated and quoted.
To find out how we can help you, please email details of your mentoring needs to firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the form at the side.
‘Ann, Thanks so much for believing in me and for helping me to achieve my dream by putting my work into print!’
Anya Elisabeth (part of the Kids4Kids Group of Young Mentored Writers)