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The University of Stavanger, Norway, has about 9000 students and 1200 administration, faculty and service staff.
The academic activity is organized in 3 faculties, the Museum of Archaeology and also includes two national centres of expertise. Many of the externally funded research activities are made in collaboration with our research institute, International Research Institute of Stavanger (IRIS).
“Thor-Erik Gulliksen and his expertise and experience have been crucial for the establishment of our mentoring program for students. Together with his positive attitude has helped to make our program a success. I can therefore give him my highest recommendation. ”
Peter Schwarz, rådgiver,
Universitetet i Stavanger
Thor-Erik is a professional mentor. Meetings with him are warm and friendly, but at same time require intense thinking.
Thor-Erik Gulliksen was a mentor to a student organization in the “Form i Fritid” in the period from August 2010 to March 2011.
He guided us through the whole process in the development of the student organization of recreational Form. It gave us an continuous progress in all aspects of business from the business plan, presentation and employees.
He has a unique ability to bring out the best qualities of the individual and guide the individual achieve success in their tasks. Thor-Erik’s enthusiasm and versatile knowledge resulted in that we came in third place in the county championship for the Graduate Programme in Oslo.
Form i fritid
“Tillitsmannsordningen” in the Norwegian Armed Forces at the Defense Council (VPR) has used Gulliksen to train area representatives in the ﬁrst service and are very pleased with the implementation.
Gulliksen has a very good ability to make good contact with course participants and achieve personal contact with all. The implementation of the course and its content is professional and our experience is that the course participants are left with new knowledge that can make them better speakers.
Campus Kristiania is a university college in Oslo, Norway. They offer a wide range of studies to more than 7 000 students every year, making them one of the largest educational institutions in Norway.
One of the many challenges students face during their studies is how to meet up with relevant business’ in their field, and how to align their knowledge and competence to the requirements of their future employers. By using a Mentorprogram framework, Campus Kristiania gained great results.
Thor Erik managed their first Mentor program in 2007-2008.
Anne Lise Kiønig, Marketing Director, Campus Kristiania:
“We have received good feedback on the mentor program, both from students and mentors, and we will especially highlight Gulliksens good contact with the adepts. The mentor program was a very good program which all parties have use and the pleasure of.”
As a result of the first Mentorprogram, Campus Kristiania are planning a second program starting fall 2009. Trainifique is actively taking part in this process.
JA-YE Europe (www.ja-ye.org) is Europe’s largest provider of entrepreneurship education programmes, reaching 3.1 million students in 38 countries in 2009.
Funded by businesses, institutions, foundations and individuals, JA-YE brings the public and private sectors together to provide young people in primary and secondary schools and early university with high-quality education programmes to teach them about enterprise, entrepreneurship, business and economics in a practical way.
The JA-YE Company Programme is recognised by the European Commission Enterprise Directorate General as a ‘Best Practice in Entrepreneurship Education’. JA-YE Europe is the European headquarters for JA Worldwide.
Petter Skotland, CEO in Young Enterprise Akershus:
Thor Erik Gulliksen has been a great partner and has a large commitment. Was a driving force for the Mentor Program in Young Enterprice Norway, which has given many young entrepreneurs a unique opportunity to be expanded his expertise.
Thor Erik is a man who sees the possibilities and make them work, and is always in a good mood. “
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