Your questions answered
We’ve put together some commonly asked questions to give you more information about the European Mentoring Summit 2022
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The 2022 European Mentoring Summit will be an In-PERSON event, with limited online access to the sessions.
For in-person participants:
You have full access to all the summit presentations, sessions, and activities of your choice. You can visit the recording of the sessions at your own convenience after the event.
For online participants:
You will be able to follow the keynote speakers and plenary sessions through streaming; the chat will be open to interact with the presenters. We will record the presentations in the break-out sessions which you can watch at your own convenience shortly after the sessions; interaction with the presenters will not be possible.
You will experience a diversity of sessions at the European Mentoring Summit. There will be presentations and keynotes during the plenary sessions. There will be poster presentations of research results and posters of different mentoring activities – just like a marketplace. You will be able to choose from 40+ breakout sessions that we call workshops. These will highlight a good practice – a mentoring programme, a strategic collaboration, or an innovative action. The workshops will be a combination of short presentations and an interactive part to learn, exchange and connect. We will also offer master classes; these will be longer sessions where you can dive more deeply into a certain topic.
There are no COVID-19-related restrictions to operate events in the Netherlands as all rules on national territory have been lifted on 23.03.22. No face covering is required in the country, both in indoor and outdoor spaces and venues. This also applies to public transportations – airplanes are exempt, please check what kind of face covering is required with your own airlines if you are flying to the Netherlands.
The summit will operate in accordance with the latest Dutch Government guidelines regarding Covid-19 at the time of the event will take place so to keep you and our staff safe. We advise you to keep an eye on the national government COVID-19 dedicated webpage here. And to check the ‘Rules for entering the Netherlands’ to check what entry requirements you need to enter the country. We advise to do this at the time of purchasing your tickets as well as before travelling as these regulations are subject to ongoing government revision. They change and currently differ depending on the country you are travelling from.
The registration fee will cover all the different elements that you find in the schedule of the Summit: the presentations, keynotes, poster and programme presentations, networking moments, lunch and dinner, tours, and regional visits.
Participants will be able to showcase their research, programme, or organisation during the open floor. Here we provide a large space with a number of whiteboards and tables where you can share information, flyers, and engage with other participants.
The Open Space gives you the opportunity to showcase your mentoring programme, collaboration, innovation or research results. It is like a market place where you can be an exhibitor or a participant – connecting, exchanging and networking. The Open Space is scheduled at 2 moments during the summit: 19th after the lunch break and 20th before the lunch break. As a summit visitor, you can claim your place at the Open Space: with a poster, flyers, banner or other material that explains your work. We offer you a high table and background wall to use. The avantage is that you can be an exhibitor AND follow all the sessions, seeing that the Open Space is scheduled as a session.