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Applications for 2023 are OPEN! 

RISE (Redefining Individual Skills and Education) is a comprehensive mentorship programme, brought to you by the IIWC, for young professionals in the Western Cape insurance industry.

The programme pairs an experienced industry mentor with a young mentee to provide a unique career-boosting, hands-on learning experience. Imagine being able to learn from someone who is 5, 10, 15yrs ahead of you in your career who is interested and passionate about helping you get ahead - this is the power of the RISE programme.

 

The 2023 programme can support 15 mentees paired up individually with a mentor.

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How do you benefit as a mentee? 

- Direct learning from someone who started where you currently are and have build a successful career.

- Increased exposure to the industry as well as networking opportunities.

- Career advice.

- Developing the softer skills not taught at University like meeting etiquette and people skills.

- Career growth opportunities.

Why should I volunteer to be a mentor?

- Opportunity to give back to the industry and play an active role in shaping future industry leaders.

- Learn leadership and training skills.

 

- Networking and exposure to other mentors.

 

- Learn from your mentee who may have a new way of seeing things. 

How much time does the programme take?

- 1/2 day kick-off training and briefing session.

- Mentor pairing event.

- At least 1Hr/month to engage with your mentor.

- Review sessions and Graduation ceremony.

To apply, please email the below documents with your Name and Surname in the subject line to info@iiwc.co.za

 
Additional documents to be emailed to IIWC office with Name and Surname in subject line of the email: 


•    Detailed CV
•    Nomination and motivation from Line manager and/or Nominator
•    Certified copy of ID
 
Closing Date: 1 February 2023. Please ensure completed applications and supporting documents reach the above email address by the closing date.

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