Certificate in Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools Level 2

Certificate in Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools Level 2

This course is for those who want to gain a qualification to work as a Teaching Assistant in a school.

This course is subject to DBS checks as it includes a mandatory work placement.

The course covers areas such as:

  • Employability skills.
  • Providing learning support.
  • Child and Young Person Development.
  • Communication and Professional Relationships with Children, Young People and Adults.
  • Equality, Diversity and Inclusion in Work with Children and Young People.
  • Safeguarding the Welfare of Children and Young People.
  • Helping Improve Own and Team Practice in Schools.
  • Maintaining and Supporting Relationships With Children and Young People.
  • Supporting Children and Young Peoples Health and Safety.
  • Supporting Children and Young Peoples.
  • Positive Behaviour.
  • Supporting Learning Activities.
  • Schools as Organisations.

At the end of this course learners will be able to apply for jobs, and or apply to do the City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma In Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools as a progression route.


Location

Croydon, Battersea, Penge, Lewisham.


Entry Requirements

Learners should be working a Entry Level 3 for Maths and Level 1 for English in order to keep up with the work on the programme. Learners must have also completed the Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools Level 2 Award & must have a current DBS which can be arranged and funded by LLC, according to eligibility.


Qualification

City & Guilds Certificate in Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools Level 2.


Who is this course for?

Learners should be working at Level 1 English and maths and have completed the Level 2 Award in Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools.


Course Benefits

This course provides both the knowledge and practical skills required to become a teaching assistant in a primary or secondary school. Including both a one day per week class and a two day (on average) per week school placement, many of our learners go on to working full time in schools local to where they live and enjoy the benefits of balancing a family or other commitments with a rewarding career working with children & young people.

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Quick Facts

Start Dates

Courses run for 10 weeks - Various starts dates from October 2019.

Hours

1 day per week in the classroom and 1 day per week in a work placement * 5hrs per day.

Fees

Fully funded subject to eligibility criteria.