Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools
Our Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools programme ranges from Introductory Level through to Level 2 and 3 qualifications.
Our Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools Introduction covers the basic aspects of children’s development and introduces how you can support learning activities within the classroom. For more information please click here.
The Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools Level 2 programme will give you the core knowledge needed to take the first steps to working in a school. You will learn how to communicate effectively with children, young people and adults and gain an understanding of how children and young people develop.
You will be aware of what to do in different situations when working within the school environment. It may also help you secure that all important Teaching Assistant job!
If you are already working in a school, the Level 3 certificate may be more appropriate for you.
This course covers all aspects of children’s development and how you can support learning activities within the classroom. You will develop your knowledge and understanding, and also demonstrate your competence in relation to pupil welfare, care, behaviour and learning.
This is a qualification which provides the underpinning knowledge and understanding, for those with a role in directly working with children or young people in schools. It will also provide the opportunity to evidence competence within the role of supporting learning activities within a school.
This course is for those who have already completed the level 3 certificate in Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools and covers optional units required to achieve the Specialist diploma.
Want to enrol?
To enrol on our Supporting Teaching courses you will need to apply for a place by completing and online application form.
We have successfully run a number of Supporting Teaching & Learning in Schools courses and learners have said:
“I have gained confidence”
“I feel much more relaxed working with the children now than I ever thought I would!”
“Fantastic help and advice”