‘…Be the change, you want to see…’: Evaluation of a pilot mentor scheme for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic social work students

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Hingley-Jones, H., Apeah-Kubi, D., Quaife, M. and Gleeson, H. 2022. ‘…Be the change, you want to see…’: Evaluation of a pilot mentor scheme for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic social work students. London, UK Department of Mental Health and Social Work.
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Title‘…Be the change, you want to see…’: Evaluation of a pilot mentor scheme for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic social work students
AuthorsHingley-Jones, H., Apeah-Kubi, D., Quaife, M. and Gleeson, H.
Abstract

This report evaluates a mentoring scheme for Black, Asian and minority ethnic students which was created and designed within the North London Social Work Teaching Partnership (NLSWTP) to run as a pilot project. It was offered to students on undergraduate and postgraduate qualifying programmes at Middlesex University in academic year 2021-22 and in subsequent years. Middlesex University Social Work academics led the evaluation of the scheme, in collaboration with NLSWTP project leaders.
The mentor scheme was intended to contribute towards tackling structural disadvantage and unconscious biases facing BAME student social workers and qualified social workers as they move along their career journey; the idea emerging partly in recognition of the work of the Black Lives Matter movement in 2020. While research in this area is not well developed, there are indicators from available national surveys and reports, that BAME students describe experiences of discrimination. Mentors who were social workers employed within the NLSWTP came forward and were trained as part of this project. 14 students on qualifying undergraduate and postgraduate social work programmes opted to receive mentoring while commencing their first practice placement in 2021-22.
Interviews and focus groups were used in a qualitative methodology, to explore the views and experiences of mentors and mentees. Overall, the scheme for BAME was found to be beneficial. Students described gaining social, emotional, professional and practical guidance and support through mentoring to become successful, confident black and minority ethnic student social workers. Mentors were motivated to take part and they valued being able to contribute to change, improving workplace experiences for BAME social workers in the future. Suggestions were made about how to improve future delivery of the mentor scheme, including enhanced communication and information for all parties and more specialised training on the impact of racism for mentors.

KeywordsSocial work; mentoring; Black, Asian and minority ethnic students
Sustainable Development Goals10 Reduced inequalities
Middlesex University ThemeHealth & Wellbeing
LanguageEnglish
PublisherDepartment of Mental Health and Social Work
Place of publicationLondon, UK
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Print12 Jul 2022
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Accepted12 Jul 2022
Deposited05 Sep 2023
Output statusPublished
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This evaluation was a collaborative project with the North London Social Work Teaching Partnership.

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