Support for Teaching and Learning in Schools Level 2

In Newport

Price on request

Description

  • Typology

    Course

  • Location

    Newport

Facilities

Location

Starts

Newport (Isle of Wight)
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College, Medina Way,, PO30 5TA

Starts

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Course programme


For all candidates;

ESSENTIAL QUALITIES

Must be 18+

Show a genuine interest to become a Teaching Assistant

Hold a Level 2 qualification for Teaching Assistants or a Childcare qualification at Level 3

Be in a position to attend a School setting for 2 whole days a week in the same class ( this cannot be your own child's class, for the Course work)

Achieve a successful interview

Already hold a clear CRB check or, be prepared for one to be carried out.

(this can be applied for through College on commencement of the Course)

DESIRABLE QUALITIES

Have a minimum of 2 years relevant experience in a Primary School

To be prepared to do homework in order to complete Course tasks, where necessary.

WHO IS THE COURSE FOR?
For candidates who have gained a Level 2 qualification and wish to study for a Level 3

For those candidates who already hold a Childcare qualification Level 3 and wish to specialise in becoming a Teaching Assistant

Applicants who have sufficient voluntary work, a minimum of 2 years, in a School classroom

What will I Learn?
  • The Role of the Teaching Assistant working within the Key Stages for the National Curriculum
  • How to support the Numeracy and Literacy Strategies, including the use of ICT
  • Building Positive Relationships with Pupils
  • Different Strategies for helping Pupils to Learn and Develop
  • Child Development
  • Health and Safety
HOW WILL I LEARN?
The course content is delivered through Task Based Learning (TBL) It is quite specialised and should not be undertaken lightly. This is why it is important that candidates have fulfilled all the desirable qualities stated previously

Research and individual learning is very much encouraged. Students can work at their own pace, towards a given submission date. Students will learn the practical content of the course through their involvement in the school classroom and workplace.

Students will be asked to bring resources and materials to support their College lessons, with their school's permission. This develops the concept of theory into practice which is very much encouraged in all Childcare qualifications.

Achievement of the CTA is by successful completion of the 2 assignments.

What can the Course lead to?
  • A TA post with Esole charge of groups' status
  • Certificate in Children's Care, Learning and Development 0-16 years Level 2
  • Certificate in Children's Care, Learning and Development 0-16 years Level 3
  • NVQ2 Early Years Childcare & Education
Additional Information:

College Policy and the Course requirements state that candidates attend a minimum of 87% of the College sessions. Careful thought needs to be applied to this, regarding work arrangements, family commitments and the workload of the Course within your own personal lifestyle. Failure to attend regularly, without very good reason, will result in a candidate losing their place on the Course.

Excellent punctuality is also a College Policy and would be considered an essential quality of a TA. It is important, therefore, to be able to arrive at the designated start time of the Course class.

Type of Study :: Course Duration :: Course reference number :: Start Date :: Tutorial Fees :: Material Fees :: Exam Fees
part time CH555 September 2010 574 50 85

Support for Teaching and Learning in Schools Level 2

Price on request