Support Work in Schools and colleges - Level 2 Award

Teaching Assistance course at Portslade Adult Learning

An introduction to the information and knowledge needed to work in a school environment, which can apply to the many varied roles that full- and part-time support staff fulfil. These include administrative roles, site support roles, technical roles and volunteers, as well as those roles that work directly with children and young people. It provides initial training and induction for those new in post and includes one optional unit that allows learners to understand how schools are organised. This course may be supported financially by Brighton and Hove Council if you are working or volunteering in a Brighton Local Authority School.

START DATE AND TIME:
Thu, 23rd January 2020
0930 - 1230
DURATION:
8 weeks
Code:
FE052
Full fee:
£375
Concessionary fee:*
£20

TUTOR:

Dawn Lorec

Address

Portslade Vilage Centre, Windlesham Colse
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An introduction to the information and knowledge needed to work in a school environment, which can apply to the many varied roles that full- and part-time support staff fulfil. These include administrative roles, site support roles, technical roles and volunteers, as well as those roles that work directly with children and young people. It provides initial training and induction for those new in post and includes one optional unit that allows learners to understand how schools are organised. This course may be supported financially by Brighton and Hove Council if you are working or volunteering in a Brighton Local Authority School.

COURSE AIMS/OBJECTIVES

  • Child development.
  • Safeguarding.
  • Communication.
  • Schools As Organisations.
  • Understanding of Health and Safety in schools.
  • Equality and Diversity in schools.
  • COURSE CONTENT

    An introduction to the information and knowledge needed to work in a school environment, which can apply to the many varied roles that full- and part-time support staff fulfil. These include administrative roles, site support roles, technical roles and volunteers, as well as those roles that work directly with children and young people.


    TEACHING AND LEARNING METHODS

    6 half day sessions to complete workbooks for each unit.


    COURSE LEVEL/ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

    None but a basic level of English is necessary.


    HOW PROGRESS IS CHECKED DURING COURSE

    By completion of a portfolio of work to show that you are competent to the standards (DFES). There is a process of quality checking, which is designed to make sure that the qualification is quality driven. The final portfolio is checked by the awarding body to check that standards are maintained in line with other providers country wide.


    EXTRA STUDY OR PRACTICE REQUIRED AT HOME

    You will need to complete homework ready for the next session, which will typically take no more than 2 hours a week.


    MATERIALS YOU WILL NEED TO BRING TO THE COURSE

    Lever arch file.


    WHAT CAN I DO NEXT?

    Please email: s.hart@paca.uk.com or phone 07711 864945

    You will be asked to complete an initial enquiry form.

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