This qualification will enable the learner to develop the knowledge and skills needed when supporting teaching and learning in a school environment. It is made up of mandatory and optional units which are based on knowledge and skills.
On this course you will be provided with the knowledge and skills needed when working directly with children or young people in schools. You will develop a strong focus on supporting children's Maths and English.
This course is the recognised qualification for people who work with or want to work with school age children. It will cover the skills required by a Teaching Assistant.
You will gain a better understanding of how children grow and develop and how the TA role supports their learning and in particular helping children with reading, often a first role for volunteers in school. You will be encouraged to explore options for gaining a placement in local schools, which may help your employment prospects in these fields and is also a prerequisite for higher vocational courses such as Teaching Assistants and Childcare.
This course is designed to provide a relevant qualification for people who are working as a classroom assistant, or for those working in a voluntary capacity in a classroom situation. It is also open to those who have no previous relevant experience, but who wish to train as teaching assistants.
This course is particularly suitable for people who are, or are planning to be, working or volunteering in an education setting and who have some experience of this role at present. This is a knowledge based qualification suitable for all support roles in schools, including voluntary/parent helpers who would like to develop an understanding of how settings operate and the role of support workers.
This course provides underpinning knowledge and development of occupational skills through tutor marked assignments and direct observation in your work place by one of our qualified assessors, therefore you will need to be working or volunteering in a school for at least 5 hours per week. Your tutor will provide detailed information on mandatory and optional units at the beginning of the course.
This qualification confirms competence under supervision in these areas, where appropriate. To achieve the Level 2 Certificate in Supporting Teaching and Learning in schools you will be required to achieve 30 Credits which will include the following mandatory units: Child and Young Person Development; Safeguarding the welfare of children and young people; Communication and professional relationships with children and young people and adults; Equality, diversity and inclusion in work with children and young people; Help improve own and team practice in schools; Maintain and support relationships with children and young people; Support children and young people’s health and safety; Support children and young people’s positive behaviour; Support learning activities.
The course provides an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of supporting teaching and learning in schools. It's aimed at people looking to join the profession, or those already working in a school environment.
The Level 3 Award in Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools qualification is designed for those interested in, or already working as part of school support staff. The course covers: Safeguarding, Communication and professional relationships, Child development and How schools are organised.
This Level 2 Teaching Assistant course in Maidstone aims to enable students to acquire essential knowledge, understanding and skills to reflect good practice in a Teaching Assistant role. On successful completion you will gain a national qualification to enable you to qualify as a Teaching Assistant.
This AMI 0-3 Diploma course focuses on the Montessori approach to the human being from conception to three years old. The aim of the course is to study, in depth, Montessori theory and practice that is validated by current scientific research in child development; and to provide participants with insight into the way in which children can be helped to maximise their potential at the beginning of life in a natural and supportive environment.
Provide support for learning activities, support children's development, help to keep children safe, contribute to positive relationships and provide effective support for your colleagues, plus two optional units. Examples of these are support literacy and numeracy activities, observe and report on pupil performance, support children's play and learning, support a child with disabilities or special needs, support the use of ICT for teaching and learning.
This is a "Teaching Assistants (STLS) certificate Level 2" course
In this course students will study the following topics: children and young persons development; safeguarding the welfare of children and young people; knowledge of legislation, policies and procedures; how to deal with emergencies and illness; responding to evidence and concerns on children and young people being abused, harmed or bullied; communication and professional relationships with children; policies and practices to promote diversity and inclusion in work with children and young people and working in a school and understanding the school context.
This introductory course will explain how schools function and how to become a teaching assistant in primary or secondary schools. You will also learn job-searching skills & gain a work skills qualification.
This Level 3 Certificate in Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools provides a secure understanding of the knowledge and skills needed to work directly with children and young people in schools. This qualification will help learners to develop their knowledge and skills for supporting teaching and learning in schools.
Course Aims • To provide learners with a secure understanding of the knowledge and skills needed when working directly with children and young people in school environments. • To enhance the skills and knowledge of teaching assistants, learning support workers, parent support advisors and those in a similar role.
This programme is for people who support teachers in schools and who work largely under supervision. It will enable you to obtain a nationally recognised qualification while you work.
This course is suitable for those working in the area of teaching assistants/learning support. The course provides an opportunity for you to develop your existing skills in learning support as well as learning some new ones.
ST IVO ADULT EDUCATION
Next start: Wed 27th Jan
Cost: £49.00 per course
Location: St. Ives
THE LEARNING COLLEGE
Cost: £249.00 per course
Location: Welwyn Garden City
Cost: £1,650.00 per course