Learning and Support Practitioners Award

Learning and Support Practitioners Award

The Level 2 Award for Learning Support Practitioners prepares the learners for supporting learning in a wide range of contexts.

This qualification is useful for those wishing to try out the role of a support practitioner and for others who have learning support as a small part of their wider work role.

The Award also provides an important stepping stone for those in related volunteer roles.


Location

The qualification is delivered at the workplace at a time convenient for the employer and learner.


Entry Requirements

You must live in the UK to apply for this course.


Qualification

L2 award in Learning Support Practitioners.


Who is this course for?

Teaching assistants who want to add support practitioner to their CV or want to branch out into this area.


Course Benefits

  • Do not need to be in the role to complete the award.
  • Will gain underpinning knowledge of how to be a support practitioner.
  • Will help you get into other areas of education and use as a stepping stone into your career.
  • Delivered in the workplace.

You must live in the UK to apply for this course. If you are interested in applying, please complete the following quick form and we will be in contact to support you with your application. You will receive useful information about whether you are eligible for government funding, course fees, start dates and much more.

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    Quick Facts

    Start Dates

    When required.

    End Date

    3 months course with 3 visit in the work place and assignments set in-between.

    Hours

    30 guided learning hours which can include a work placement.

    LLC office is closed today 18th February 2022 due to Storm Eunice.

    All learners will/are being contacted to advise them to “stay at home” and “do not take risks” as a red weather warning was issued for London and the east of England ahead of the arrival of Storm Eunice.