Your application

Find my course

Unsure what course to study?

You just need to answer three simple questions about your study preferences, interests and predicted grades and we can suggest courses that might suit you.

  • 1 Study type
  • 2 Your Interests
  • 3 Your Grades
Question 1

How would you prefer to study?

Question 2

What are your interests?

Question 3

What grades have you achieved or are predicted?

These results are a suggestion of courses you may want to explore but are by no means a definitive list and individual entry requirements do apply.

Teaching Assistant Apprenticeship Standard Level 3

Practical Vs Theory

100
0

Course overview

Teach­ing Assis­tants work in Pri­ma­ry, Spe­cial and Sec­ondary edu­ca­tion across all age ranges encom­pass­ing spe­cial edu­ca­tion­al needs and emo­tion­al vul­ner­a­bil­i­ties. The pri­ma­ry role of the Teach­ing Assis­tant is to sup­port the class teacher to enhance pupil’s learn­ing either in groups or indi­vid­u­al­ly, ensur­ing pupils under­stand the work set, know their learn­ing objec­tives and stay on task in order to make progress.

 

What Does The Pro­gramme Include

You will be employed as an appren­tice for at least 30 hours a week. You will have a work­place men­tor or super­vi­sor who will be respon­si­ble for your train­ing and wel­fare at work. You will attend col­lege for month­ly workshops.

Entry Require­ments

A min­i­mum of 3 GCSEs at grades 4/C or above prefer­ably includ­ing Eng­lish, math­e­mat­ics and a sci­ence, or rel­e­vant / appro­pri­ate expe­ri­ence. Indi­vid­ual employ­ers will also set their own selec­tion cri­te­ria and will include a recog­nised back­ground check, equiv­a­lent to a Dis­clo­sure and Bar­ring Ser­vice (DBS).

How The Course Will Be Assessed

An asses­sor will vis­it you in the work­place to assess your progress against stan­dards and set SMART objectives.

Poten­tial Future Career

As well as ensur­ing full com­pe­ten­cy as a Teach­ing Assis­tant, this stan­dard pro­vides a foun­da­tion for poten­tial pro­gres­sion into a num­ber of careers paths in the Edu­ca­tion­al sec­tor includ­ing High­er Lev­el Teach­ing Assis­tant, Assis­tant Teacher and Teacher.

Course Con­tent

Knowl­egde:

  • Under­stand­ing how pupils learn and develop.
  • Work­ing with teach­ers to under­stand and sup­port assess­ment for learning.
  • Keep­ing chil­dren safe in education.

Skills:

  • Devel­op­ing strate­gies for support.
  • Com­mu­ni­ca­tion and team work.
  • Work­ing with teach­ers to accu­rate­ly assess.
  • Using tech­nol­o­gy.
  • Prob­lem solving/​ability to moti­vate pupils.

Behav­iours:

  • Build­ing relationships/​embrac­ing change.
  • Adding val­ue to education.
  • Pro­mot­ing equal­i­ty, diver­si­ty and inclusion.
  • Pro­fes­sion­al stan­dards and per­son­al accountability.
  • Team work­ing and col­lab­o­ra­tion engagement.

 

Infographic_Teaching1 Infographic_Teaching2 Infographic_Teaching3 Infographic_Teaching4

“”

Study­ing for my degree was the best thing I ever did. I have been appoint­ed as an Out­door Edu­ca­tion Lead for a local school where I will build and imple­ment a for­est school edu­ca­tion from scratch.

Gemma Devitt

 

 

Course not quite right for you?

These similar courses may be more suited to your skills and interests...

© 2022 All rights reserved.

Web Design byBluestorm Design