Tony is highly professional and knowledgeable in the field of mentoring people for preparation for interviews. Tony really helped me to deal with nerves and handle myself well at interview. I found the sessions very beneficial at restoring my confidence at interviews and he was always only an email away with questions I had outside of our sessions giving me valuable advice and information.  With Tony’s help I am happy to say I was successful at my principal interview! Once again many thanks for everything and I will not hesitate to recommend your services to anyone in the future!
Triona, successful principal candidate
Tony was efficient, organised, professional and positive in all his dealings with me throughout the mentoring process. After 9 years since my last interview, Tony gave me honest and thorough advice that helped me to overcome my fear of interviews. 
Mother going back to work
With a few small changes to my interview technique, Tony helped show me how to highlight my strengths and perform to the best of my ability. I felt confident and more in control at the interview and I believe that this really helped me get the job.
Imelda, Primary School Teacher

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Why One2One?

Tony’s approach to mentoring is unique in the sense that he looks upon each individual student and tailor makes plans to fit their needs. A mentor is that one person who can guide you, help you, take you under his or her wing, and nurture your career quest. Tony has a long-term commitment to each student and a deep-seated investment in your future. He is passionate about mentoring and the positive influences it can and has had on student lives.

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About Tony Bellew

Tony Bellew

This exciting venture was established by Mr Tony Bellew in 2009. Tony has 40 years’ experience in the education sector of which he spent 32 years working as a teacher in St Brendan’s College in Bray. Tony went on to become Principal of the school and retired in 2009 and began his new venture.

In Tony’s time as both teacher and principal, he gained a wealth of knowledge in understanding students and the challenges that they can face. Tony also was a rugby coach for many years, leading teams through many victorious campaigns. With Tony’s vast experience both in the educational sector and in his numerous rugby coaching roles he has first-hand knowledge of the struggles and stresses of school life. The purpose of mentoring is for one individual to give another individual the benefit of his or her experience and support in their learning and development.

Tony has also conducted thousands of interviews as part of his many roles and continues to do so now in his role of Chairman of the Board of Management in a large secondary school. From all of this experience Tony is highly regarded in these areas.

Tony says ‘Having been in the education sector for 40 years and meeting students from every level, it gives me great pleasure in leading students through the process and seeing them succeed to their best ability’.