This qualification will enable the learner to develop the knowledge and skills needed when supporting teaching and learning in schools.
It is suitable for learners working in roles that support pupils' learning including teaching assistants, learning support assistants and special needs assistants.
You will learn all aspects of the role of a Teaching Assistant. and how to effectively support children and young people in the classroom environment. Units include:
GCSE English and Maths are desirable but not essential for the course but they may be a requirement for employment.
Level 3 Supporting Teaching and Learning suite of qualifications
NCFE CACHE Level 2 Certificate in Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools
One evening per week, usually Wednesday 6-9pm. You will be required to complete 12 hours of work experience with children from 5-19 per week
You will complete a range of tasks including essays, individual research, group presentations. Practical skills will be observed in placement.
Apply on-line or contact Learner Services on 01562 512003. An interview will be required for this course.
All applicants will be required to complete an enhanced DBS Disclosure.
Higher Education can lead to roles such as an early years teacher, family support worker, learning mentor, primary school teacher, secondary school teacher, special educational needs teacher, social worker, teaching assistant, youth worker.
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