Full Time Next Steps for Adults: Teaching Assistants

Westminster Kingsway College

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  • Course
  • London
  • Duration:
    1 Year
Description

This course leads to the NOCN Level 1 Diploma for Teaching Assistants. It is for adult students (19 and over) who have been learning English and who would like to gain some skills to help them get a job. Core units include: Working with children to develop literacy skills. Working with children to develop numeracy skills. Understanding child development. Understanding the importance of play in.

Important information

Requirements: An English/ESOL qualification at Entry Level 3 (E3) in Speaking, Listening and Reading. You will also need to have good Numeracy skills. Selection for the course is based on an interview and a short test in English and Numeracy.

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Starts Location
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London
The Kings Cross Centre, 211 Grays Inn Road, WC1X 8RA, London, England
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Next Steps for Adults: Teaching Assistants
Course Description
This course leads to the NOCN Level 1 Diploma for Teaching Assistants. It is for adult students (19 and over) who have been learning English and who would like to gain some skills to help them get a job.

Core units include:
Working with children to develop literacy skills
Working with children to develop numeracy skills
Understanding child development
Understanding the importance of play in childrens learning.
You will:
Study for a Skills for Life qualification at level 1
Develop your numeracy skills
Develop your IT skills
Learn the skills you need to be a teaching assistant
Understand the way children learn
Find out how to support a teacher and children in a primary school classroom.

Courses
Start Date
Length
Days/Times
Victoria Centre
14 September 2009
1 year
3-4 days per week

Course Fees
Home students:please ask, Concessions:please ask, International students:please ask
How To Enrol
This course started in September 2009. If you are interested in applying for a place on this course starting in September 2010, please complete the 'Request a prospectus form' or check back on this site in June 2010 for more up-to-date details.


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