Childcare, Health & Social Care, Communication & Listening Skills, Confidence Building and First Aid
Diploma in Specialist Support in Teaching and Learning in Schools - Level 3
What will I learn on this course?
This course will build on your current knowledge and understanding of your role supporting pupil's learning within the school environment. You will need to be employed within a school setting, i.e. primary, secondary, special school or pupil referral unit. This course will develop your understanding about your responsibilities for health and safety, safe guarding children and young people, how to support pupils all round learning and development, supporting the work of the team and the current legislative framework that influences policies and practice within schools. You are required to be an experienced practitioner already working in a school setting, in an autonomous capacity for the duration of the course.
There are no formal entry requirements for this course however; you will be required to have effective English and Maths skills and good communication skills. An assessor will be allocated to assess your practice within the school setting.
Learners with identified needs for literacy, numeracy, ESOL and or ICT are referred to the appropriate discreet classes for advice.
An initial interview (by appointment only), which will include some written tasks will take place prior to enrolment.
For information about enrolling on this course please download the Choice Magazine or alternatively please ring the contact number on the right hand side of this page.
PLEASE NOTE: For all Adult Education Classes you MUST enrol at the venue where the course is being held. More information about Adult Education venues can be found in the Choice Magazine.
Adult Education - North East district office
Tel: 024 7678 7978
Adult Education - South and North West office
Tel: 024 7678 6806