Teaching and Learning in Schools NVQ Level 3

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Description

  • Type

    NVQ

  • Location

    Coalville

  • Duration

    12 Months

This programme of study is designed for adults who are working in a school assisting teaching staff approximately 10 hours per week. The course has a unit structure and is made up of 6 mandatory units plus 4 optional units.

Important information

Government funding available

Facilities

Location

Start date

Coalville (Leicestershire)
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Thornborough Road, LE67 3TN

Start date

On request

About this course

There are no formal entry requirements for NVQs but candidates are expected to have sufficient literacy and numeracy skills to undertake the award. It is therefore recommended that candidates for this award should: be a minimum of 16 years of age. have sufficient general education to undertake a level 3 qualification, for example have achieved a GCSE, at grade C or above, or equivalent. be...

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Course programme



Course Level 3

Description
This programme of study is designed for adults who are working in a school assisting teaching staff approximately 10 hours per week. The course has a unit structure and is made up of 6 mandatory units plus 4 optional units.

Course Length
12 months.

What will I study?
The first 5 units are mandatory units:-

3 Help to keep children safe

18 Support pupils'; learning activities

19 Promote positive behaviour

20 Develop and promote positive relationships

21 Support the development and effectiveness of work teams

22 Reflect on and develop practice

In addition candidates select 4 optional units

How will I learn?
The underpinning knowledge is delivered using a range of methods including tutorials, group work and projects. Candidates are encouraged to develop the skills and knowledge which will allow them to work independently where possible. Practical activities will play a central role within the course. Time spent in placement is vital to the learning approach, where candidates learn from experience.

How will I be assessed?
Assessment will be carried out in your workplace at your request when you will be observed in a practical situation with children. You will produce a portfolio of supplementary evidence in support of your assessment.

Where could it lead?
Progression to related higher level or level 4 qualifications eg Foundation degrees, HNC/D Working with children and families.

Requirement
There are no formal entry requirements for NVQs but candidates are expected to have sufficient literacy and numeracy skills to undertake the award. It is therefore recommended that candidates for this award should: be a minimum of 16 years of age. have sufficient general education to undertake a level 3 qualification, for example have achieved a GCSE, at grade C or above, or equivalent. be working in school in a paid, voluntary, or placement capacity with 5 - 16 year olds. have significant work experience in a school setting.

Teaching and Learning in Schools NVQ Level 3

Price on request