Very pleased to tell you that I got the job. Thanks to you Tony, I was very calm, confident and prepared. I really felt you gave me a great insight into the interview process and it took away a lot of my doubts and worries.
Jennifer, Secondary School Teacher
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. I would highly recommend a Mock Interview with Tony as it gave me the confidence to be myself on the day. I believe Tony’s guidance was an instrumental factor in achieving my permanent teaching position.
Louise - Secondary School Teacher
The One 2 One mentoring programme helped me get through my leaving cert without going crazy. I don't think I would have made it without the support and guidance
Leaving cert student

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Secondary School Mentoring Package

The full package  - Secondary School Student (€500 for the full year)       

Tony will have five separate meetings with you.

Meeting 1 – September: Initial Meeting and Review with detailed report and plan.

Meeting 2 - November:  A review of everything so far and update on progress. Problematic areas are identified and plans to address them put in place. Again, a detailed report is prepared on the meeting and emailed/posted to the student.

Meeting 3 - January:  Again, a review of everything that has happened since the last meeting is undertaken. A big emphasis at this meeting is on examination techniques. We also look at how to get the best out of the Mock Examinations. Once again, a detailed report on the main points of the meeting is sent to the student.

Meeting 4 - March:  Once again, a review of the critical areas for that student is undertaken to assess progress. At this stage, we also take a look at how the overall plan is working and identify any elements that may need to be changed. We have a look at the targets set at the beginning of the process and assess are we on schedule to achieve them. Once again, a report is issued.

Meeting 5 ( May ):  We review everything to date and deal with any critical issues that need to be addressed. We then look at putting a plan in place for the period immediately before the examinations begin and for during the examinations themselves. A final report is prepared for the student at this point.

(Note: in some cases, parents attend meetings. They always receive a report on each meeting. Students/Parents can request additional meeting(s) when the need arises. Handouts are given on key topics).