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Library micro-credentials

A guide to the content of the Library's micro-credentials and how teachers and lecturers can embed these creds in courses and programs.

Being a Good Mentee

Finding a skilled mentor in your chosen field can be extremely useful - and the knowledge, experience and contacts they've acquired can give an invaluable boost to your career.

This credential gives you the practical skills and knowledge to properly handle a mentoring relationship. You'll learn how to manage a mentor partnership, what your mentor is likely to expect from you, and how to get the most out of the experience - from knowledge and industry insights to professional contacts.

Effort: 1-2 hours

Mode: Online

Skill points: 5 

This credential is only available to current RMIT students - Access Being a Good Mentee.

Learning outcomes

  • Take the lead in your mentorship
  • Use a proactive and open-minded approach with your mentor
  • Engage in a professional relationship with your mentor
  • Foster professional networks through your mentorship


Assessment includes an automated final assessment quiz which must be passed to earn the credential.

Who should do this Cred?

Students wishing to participate in the RMIT Peer Mentoring program as a mentee should complete this micro-credential.