The Airmic Mentoring Scheme offers members the opportunity to learn from experienced and senior members.

Mentoring scheme


Find out what mentoring can do for you

Using bespoke matching technology, Airmic's mentoring tool is perfectly designed to help members develop their professional skillset, network with peers, and learn new skills and techniques to improve and grow in their careers.

Mentoring provides the mentee with proven benefits such as improvements in performance, productivity, career progression and promotability, employability, perspective, confidence, well-being and professional happiness.

For the mentor, mentoring offers the opportunity to improve communication and personal skills, develop one’s own leadership and management qualities, and engage in a volunteering opportunity and give something back to the profession.

Just look at some of the success stories from our mentees on the Airmic Mentoring Scheme:

“I joined the scheme to get some objective guidance on how to stand out, and what opportunities to prioritise when trying to progress in a career in risk management. I have found the meetings very insightful as my mentor has enabled me to think about things outside of the box, and suggested ways to reflect on my own abilities, to identify areas of improvement.”
Rujina, Risk and Compliance Analyst
"The Airmic mentoring scheme has provided me with an incredible level of support at a crucial time in my career. Whilst undertaking a challenging change of direction in risk and insurance to have knowledgeable, friendly & unbiased support at the end of a phone has given me the confidence to step outside my comfort zone. He provides me with a perspective on a wide range of matters, I enjoy drawing from his wide-ranging experiences. I would highly recommend giving it a go, it has exceeded all my expectations".
Martin, Group Insurance manager
“I would whole-heartedly recommend the Airmic mentor scheme. I particularly appreciate the benefit in terms of career advice, as well as personal and technical development. However, I also know that a mentor such as mine would be able to offer guidance and support with other challenges, such as business performance, people management or ethical concerns.”
Claudia, Group Insurance manager
“I signed up to Airmic Mentoring Scheme as I am new to the role purely focussed on Risk Management. I picked my mentor as I read her profile and felt like she would be the right person to learn from. She is really approachable and very supportive...”
Jyoti, Senior Director, Risk Management
“The Airmic mentoring programme has provided me access to a senior figure within the risk and insurance industry, with the skills, knowledge and experience to help me develop both professionally and personally. My mentor has already assisted me in dealing with the complexities of working in an international team and organisation, has helped me look at ways of developing my skills further, and has given me the opportunity to become involved in industry programmes such as Lloyds Future Minds. I am looking forward to developing my mentoring relationship and would recommend this programme to all Airmic members.”
Tanya, UK Insurance & Risk Manager
How to become a mentor or mentee
  • Click on "More Info" to create an account and follow the instructions.
  • Once your account has been set up you will be prompted to complete a profile form, which will enable mentors and mentees to be matched based on areas of common interest and experience.
  • Once matched we recommend our mentors and mentees meet (Face to face or via an online meeting facility) for an hour a week.
Airmic mentoring guide
  • This Guide will help you get the most out of the Airmic Mentoring Scheme, whether you are a mentor or mentee, by providing a framework for the mentoring relationship and supporting processes.


Airmic Competency Framework
  • Airmic’s Competency Framework can be used as a tool to aid members’ professional development and career progression, and as a key resource in mentoring relationships to enable focused discussions between mentor and mentee as to the specific competencies a mentee would like to develop.