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Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools

Intermediate Apprenticeship • Level 2

Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools

Intermediate Apprenticeship • Level 2

Type of LearningApprenticeship

Course CodeA3599

Study ModeFull Time

Duration1 year

Awarded ByCity & Guilds

Location ByBurnley College

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About the course

This Apprenticeship will enable you to successfully support the learning and development of both Primary and Secondary school children. You may be working in a one-to-one capacity or supporting groups of children, while working with a teacher in the classroom. You will gain insight into the planning and delivery of curriculum requirements and gain skills to support the social and emotional development of children. There will be opportunities to develop your skills and knowledge, including developing your effective communication skills when working with children and young people. You will learn about child and young persons’ development and also how to support children who may have special educational needs and/or disabilities. You will also learn about helping to improve own and team practice in schools and maintaining and supporting relationships with children and young people, while safeguarding the welfare of children and young people. Enrolling on this course will enable you to successfully support the learning and development of both Primary and Secondary school children. You may be working in a one-to-one capacity or supporting groups of children, while working with a teacher in the classroom.

Type of LearningApprenticeship

Course CodeA3599

Study ModeFull Time

Duration1 year

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Awarded ByCity & Guilds

Location ByBurnley College

Entry requirements

A minimum of two GCSEs at Grade 5 or above. Applicants must be hardworking, reliable and motivated. As part of the interview process, Apprentices will undertake a BKSB assessment in English, Mathematics and ICT. Applicants who do not meet the exact entry requirements but hold relevant industry experience are encouraged to apply. Applicants who do not meet the exact entry requirements may also be considered.

Assessment

Your Traier Assessor will directly observe your competency when working with children and young people in the workplace. You will also complete a portfolio of evidence.

Careers & Progression

On successful completion of this course you may progress to an Advanced Apprenticeship. When you have completed your Advaned studies other courses that are available include the Foundation Degree in Children Young People and their Services, and the BA (Hons) in Children, Schools and Families. Certificate in Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools.

Employer information

Employer Benefits

Apprenticeships are an increasingly attractive option for employers of all sizes wanting to bring new talent into their business. An Apprentice can be a solution for your business if you want to: • Develop new talent to meet your needs • Free up existing staff to take on more responsibility • Give your team new skills and energy • Give a young person a career opportunity.

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Or call us on 01282 733373