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CLOSED - Now open for applications! AXIS Network Mentoring Scheme 2023.

Updated: Mar 7, 2023

We are pleased to lead into 2023 with a new mentoring cohort and invite applications from all AXIS members to take part.

Mentoring Cohort 2023

The AXIS mentoring programme offers an opportunity to develop strong partnerships within the industry, across disciplines and at all levels of career and expertise.

We welcome all genders to participate as either a mentee or a mentor.

We ask that all participants are subscribed members of AXIS, the scheme is otherwise free and available to all.

Developed to support participants in their diverse journeys, mentoring support requests vary from those looking for guidance and support to those simply looking for some direction in areas ranging from changing roles, career growth opportunities, professional development considerations; including strategic thinking, individuals returning from a period of leave to conflict management advice.

Please see below for further details on the programme, including feedback from our 2022 cohort. To register your interest, please email

Please include the subject line ‘Mentoring Scheme - Cohort 2023’ and include your name, contact details and whether you would like to take part as a mentor or a mentee.

Applications close Friday 20 January.

We look forward to hearing from you!


Who is it for?

Anyone in the Energy Industry. Perhaps you are returning to the workplace after a period of leave, you have found yourself in a new role or you are self-employed. A mentee is a person who is advised, coached or guided by a mentor. Mentees should be open-minded, receptive to feedback and willing to try new approaches to learn and develop.

What is the commitment?

Could you be a mentor?

How do I sign up?

What happens next?

Launch event


Don't just take our word for it - hear from our mentees and mentors:

What our Mentees say

Taking the opportunity to really think about myself and my own development. Being part of the mentoring programme kicked off a real journey of self- reflection and I took some time to redefine my goals.

Meeting someone who could walk me through critical points for making some important decisions.

Learning from the similar experiences and workplace relationships/interactions the mentor has experienced.

I benefitted the most from having an independent sounding board for live challenges and also was pleasantly surprised I actually had wisdom to share with my mentor.

What our Mentors say



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