Connecting aspiring and established housing professionals
Thank you for your interest in becoming a mentor as part of the Australasian Housing Institute Mentoring Program.  This registration information you provide in the application will be used in matching you to the best-fit mentee.

Please note that in 2018 the AHI will launch a pilot round of the Mentoring Program in NSW. The program will be run over a 9-month period, from February to November.

Thank you
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Rules & Conditions *

* An experienced social housing professional whose passion is inspiring an upcoming generation of leaders.
* 10+ years experience in the social housing sector.
* Current Certified Housing Professional (or willingness to undertake process to become a Certified Housing Professional during the mentoring relationship), or Lifetime Member.
* Keen to share knowledge, offer advice, share experiences and provide support to assist in the career development and professional growth of a mentee over the course of the mentoring term, usually 9 months.
* Availability to meet (by phone, e-mail, Skype or face to face) with their mentee at least once a month, over the course of the mentoring relationship.  The minimum recommended time commitment is one hour per mentoring meeting.
* Willing to abide by the General Rules for Mentees and Mentors.

Closing date
Your application must be submitted by 5pm AEDT on Thursday, 15 February 2018.  

Mentor Roles
As a mentor, your primary role is to provide guidance and support to your mentee based on his or her unique developmental needs. At different points in the relationship, you will take on some or all of the following roles:
* Give advice and guidance, share ideas, and provide feedback.
* Share information on "unwritten rules for success" within the industry.
* Provide input to the mentoring action plan.
* Act as sounding board for ideas/concerns about career choices; provide insights into possible opportunities.
* Identify resources to help mentee enhance professional development and career growth.
* Expand the mentee's network of contacts.

General Rules for Mentees and Mentors
In applying for and entering into the AHI Mentoring Program it is understood that the General Rules for Mentees and Mentors are to be adhered to at all times:
*  It is expected that mentees/mentors will complete the application form honestly, in order for the matching of mentors/mentees to be as successful as possible.
* As members, it is expected that mentees/mentors comply with the Institute’s Code of Conduct which is intended to give Institute members clear guidance about how to conduct themselves as social housing professionals.
* It is expected that mentees/mentors understand that no bullying, harassment or other unacceptable workplace behaviours will be tolerated.
* It is expected that mentees/mentors understand that the mentoring program will require time commitments and are pleased to give up some of their time to participate in the program and communicate with their mentee/mentor.
* It is expected that all mentees/mentors will enter into the mentoring relationship with a commitment to assist each other to develop and learn in an environment that will support honesty, fairness and respect.
* It is expected that the mentees/mentors, in becoming a part of the Mentoring Program, will share ideas, knowledge and experiences with their partner in the mentoring relationship.
* It is expected that confidentiality and privacy of the mentee/mentor will be strictly adhered.
* It is expected that mentees/mentors are aware that once the mentoring program has ceased, they are no longer a recognised mentor/mentee combination in the program though must maintain confidentiality and privacy.
* It is expected that mentees/mentors understand that once they have made the commitment to participate in the AHI Mentoring Program that if for any reason they cannot see the program through to its conclusion, they need to notify the program manager and their mentee /mentor as soon as possible.
* It is expected that mentees/mentors understand that non-compliance with the mentoring program rules and AHI Code of Conduct may results may result in removal from the mentoring program and further action as necessary per non-compliance with the AHI Member Code of Conduct or per the mentoring program grievance handling procedure.
* It is expected that if the mentoring relationship is not working for any reason, that the program manager will be notified immediately to ensure that the matter is addressed and if necessary the mentoring relationship prematurely closed.
* It is expected that mentees/mentors will notify the program manager in writing of any unresolved grievances or concerns regarding the program process or mentee/mentor conduct in a timely fashion.

There is no cost to be a mentor, your involvement is voluntary.

Privacy Statement
Entry into the AHI Mentoring Program assumes that you are giving permission for the AHI to provide or request information of your submission for use by the AHI and our media partners in media materials, such as websites, publications etc. We collect personal information for the primary purpose of promoting the Program. If we are unable to collect personal information we may be unable to contact you or unable to process a registration for the AHI Mentoring Program. Where information is collected from a third party, it is the third party’s responsibility to notify the person about the disclosure of their personal information to us. We may disclose the personal information we collect to Program Manager who allocates the mentee-mentor match, and third-party service providers who assist us in promoting the AHI Mentoring Program, including public relations companies and technical service providers. When disclosing your information to third-party service providers we will seek to ensure that they comply with the Privacy Act 1988.

By submitting a registration, entrants accept these terms and conditions.
What is your first name? *

What is your last name? *

Organisation *

Position / role *

Address *

Jurisdiction *

Contact number *

What is your AHI Member number? *

Your experience

Please upload your CV or provide the link to your LinkedIn profile
Upload your CV

Please provide the link to your LinkedIn profile

Please rank the way you would prefer to contact your mentee, in order (4=highest, 1 = lowest):

Face to face *

Skype *

Email *

Phone *

Please describe your career highlights. *

Key things you have learned throughout your career, that you would like to share with your mentee? *

Please describe the type of mentee you would ideally be matched with. *

Please specify any companies you should NOT be matched with.

Declaration: *

I, the above named participant, have voluntarily applied to participate as a Mentor in the Australasian Housing Institute’s Mentoring Program. In consideration of my participation as a Mentor, I hereby agree to release and indemnify and hold harmless the Mentors, Australasian Housing Institute, its governing board, officers, employees, or agents from any and all liability, responsibility, claims, and demands which arise or hereafter arise from any advice given or received through my participation in the AHI Mentoring Program. I further acknowledge and understand that Mentors are not giving legal advice to Mentees in connection with this program. I agree that this release is effective immediately.
Thank you for registering to become a mentor!
Registrations close on Thursday, 15 February 2018 and after that, a mentor-mentee match will be allocated. 

We expect the program to be popular, and while every effort will be made to match you with a mentee, completion of registration does not guarantee a place in the program, as this is dependent on the availability of best-match mentee/mentor.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Donella Roberts (donella.roberts@housinginstitute.org).
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