The importance of mentorship within health care training is well recognized. It offers a means to further enhance workforce performance and engagement, promote learning opportunities and encourage multidisciplinary collaboration. we are proud to offer you the platform to connect with our alumni for mentorship opportunities.
The primary role of Alumni Affairs Directorate at WCM-Q is to facilitate mentoring by connecting the Mentee and the Mentor. The Alumni Affairs Directorate does not accept any responsibility of whatsoever nature for the outcome of the mentoring process or the conduct of the parties during the mentorship process, other than facilitating the mentoring process. It is absolutely the individual responsibility of the Mentee and the Mentor, respectively, to decide whether they should evaluate each other's backgrounds in detail before engaging in a mentorship process with one another.
Both the prospective Mentee and the Mentor must make sure that they are communicating with persons as informed by The Alumni Affairs Directorate.
When the prospective Mentee and the Mentor provide their personal and other information to the Alumni Affairs Directorate, they agree that only such information as they feel comfortable sharing with the probable counterparts are provided to the Alumni Affairs Directorate.