Teaching Assistant Level 2
Teaching Assistant Level 2
To be a Teaching Assistant is to want to make a difference to children and their future prospects. London Learning Consortium works with a number of schools across London to deliver the very best high-quality apprenticeships, so you can rest assured that we have the same passion as you do in wanting to give every child the best start in the educational world.
This is a great opportunity to develop your skills to allow you to work closely with children whose needs vary, alongside supporting your Teacher to deliver outstanding educational teaching.
Schools can rely upon us to be flexible with our delivery, supportive and knowledgeable about apprenticeship industry and schooling organisation.
Across London and South East England in your workplace.
The requirements to become a Teaching Assistant is to be working at Level 1 for Functional Skills or grade D (3) for both English and Maths with the aim to complete level 2 Functional Skills by the end of your apprenticeship.
Level 2 in Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools.
Who is this course for?
This course is designed to help those who have either just started working within a school, returning to work or have experience but not the qualification.
By working with us, you will learn a variety of skills such as how to support your teacher and pupils in all aspects of education, core skills in communication and safeguarding along with developing an understanding of how schools work in a wider context. You will have a nationally recognised qualification, be able to apply for roles across the country to work with children of all ages and the opportunity to move onto our advanced level 3 apprenticeship.
- Become a recognised qualified Teaching Assistant.
- Be able to gain a teaching assistant role across all types of schools.
- Will have access to up to date resources on Teaching Assistant related subjects.
- Those who have achieved this qualification have more opportunities to gain higher roles in the teaching industry.
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.
Flexible to meet your schools and your needs.
9 months from start.
See your Training and Development Consultant every 4-6 weeks with online support should you or your staff need it throughout the duration.
There is a wide range of ways to fund apprenticeships whether it be from your schools' levy, Advanced Learner Loan or potentially even free!