• What is this service?
  • Who is it for?
  • What does it offer?
  • Where is it available?
  • Next Steps

An evidence-based peer mentor training programme for children and young people

What is this service?

Peer mentoring is traditionally a one-to-one non-judgemental relationship between people of a similar age or with a similar shared experience. The Salus Peer Mentor Training programme gives young people the opportunity to learn and develop valuable skills and qualities in a way that is beneficial both to themselves and to others.

Who is it for?

Children and young people aged 9 and above

What does it offer?

Delivery of an evidence-based peer mentor training programme.  Upon completion of training mentors go on to support younger pupils in their educational setting by offering 1:1 support, drop-in sessions, focused support groups or during periods of transition.

Where is it available?

Across Kent via a booking (fee payable)

Next Steps

If you are interested in this service please make an enquiry.