Teaching Assistant Diploma - CPD Accredited

Location
Liverpool
Salary
Now £59.79, was £299 -80% discount, use code: FISH480 at checkout
Posted
26 Sep 2016
Closes
24 Oct 2016
Contract Type
Permanent

Our in-depth Teaching Assistant Course has been given the IVCAS accreditation and is the perfect course designed to help learners understand the skills and gain the competence involved in working as a teaching assistant.

Packed in to 20 modules teaching you everything you need to succeed in this profession.

The course can be studied part time and you can become accredited in as little as 15-20 hours and you can study at your own pace.

The comprehensive syllabus is supported by experienced tutors who are there to help you through email.

Your qualification will be recognised and can be checked for validity on our dedicated website.

 

Now £59.79, was £299 -80% discount, use code: FISH480 at checkout

 

Key features about our Teaching Assistant Course

> Lifetime Access to your course

> The price you pay is for the whole course – no hidden fees

> IVCAS certificate upon successful completion

> Tutor Support Monday – Friday

 

Description

Module 1

Defining and Explaining the Role of a Teaching Assistant

Student Objectives:

  • To learn how to train as a teaching assistant in the UK
  • To understand the different roles a teaching assistant may take on
  • To learn about the different ways a teaching assistant can support a classroom
  • To learn about how the position of teaching assistant is evolving
  • Plus much more...

Module 2

Understanding Schools as Organisations

Student Objectives:

  • To learn about why schools need organisation
  • To learn about the hierarchy of a school
  • To learn about the national curriculum
  • To learn about different types of schools

Module 3

Supporting Development in Pupils: Practice and Policies

Student Objectives:

  • To learn about the most recent research done in education in the UK
  • To learn about best practices when working in the classroom
  • To learn about best practices when preparing for class
  • To learn about best practices when facilitating interventions
  • Plus much more...

Module 4

Supporting the Teacher and the School

Student Objectives:

  • To learn how to best support the teacher as a teaching assistant
  • To learn how to best support the school as a teaching assistant
  • To learn how to deal with pupil behaviour
  • To learn how to promote learning
  • Plus much more...

Module 5

Applying Learning Activities to Support the Teaching of the Curriculum

Student Objectives:

  • To understand how learning activities can support the curriculum
  • To understand which learning activities might support critical thinking skills
  • To understand which learning activities might support creative thinking skills
  • To understand how to use learning activities to encourage the development of social skills
  • Plus much more...

Module 6

Legislation, Legal Obligations and School Policies to Ensure Pupil Wellbeing

Student Objectives:

  • To learn about common law care, statutory care and school policies
  • To learn how obligations towards pupil wellbeing have evolved
  • To learn about the different laws that govern child welfare in the UK
  • To learn about the school's role in ensuring child welfare in the UK
  • Plus much more...

Module 7

Learning Literacy Skills with Teaching Assistant Support

Student Objectives:

  • To understand the importance of literacy in the National Curriculum
  • To have a fuller understanding of what literacy is
  • To learn the different roles that teaching assistants play in supporting literacy
  • To learn about different methods of supporting literacy
  • Plus much more...

Module 8

Learning Numeracy Skills with Teaching Assistant Support

Student Objectives:

  • To understand what numeracy is
  • To understand the importance of numeracy in daily life
  • To learn about ways that teaching assistants support numeracy in the classroom
  • To learn about different methods for supporting the mathematics curriculum
  • Plus much more...

Module 9

Supporting the Use of Information and Communication Technology

Student Objectives:

  • To understand the importance of information and communication technology in the classroom
  • To understand what constitutes information and communication technology
  • To understand the importance of perpetual training in classroom technology
  • To learn about health and safety procedures for classroom technology
  • Plus much more...

Module 10

Supporting Play and Learning

Student Objectives:

  • To understand what play is and how children play
  • To understand the importance of play in education
  • To understand the role of the teaching assistant in play
  • To learn about how teaching assistants can support play
  • Plus much more...

Module 11

Supporting Pupils with Disabilities and Special Education Needs

Student Objectives:

  • To learn about different types of disabilities
  • To learn about how some types of disabilities and needs overlap
  • To understand the importance of learning about an individual pupil's disability or needs
  • To learn how to support different disabilities and needs in the classroom
  • Plus much more...

Module 12

Supporting Gifted and Talented Pupils

Student Objectives:

  • To learn about who gifted and talented pupils are
  • To learn the teaching assistant's role in identifying gifted and talented pupils
  • To learn the teaching assistant's role in supporting gifted and talented pupils
  • To learn about designing learning tasks for gifted and talented pupils
  • Plus much more...

Module 13

Working With Children Who Don’t Have English as a First Language

Student Objectives:

  • To understand the benefits and advantages a bilingual student may have
  • To learn how the primary language can help students learn English
  • To learn how to effectively teach a student who has English as an additional language
  • To learn how to set up an effective learning environment for these students
  • Plus much more...

Module 14

Managing Behaviour, Providing Pastoral Support and Engaging in Personal Development

Student Objectives:

  • To learn about bad behaviour and where it comes from
  • To learn how to proactively deal with bad behaviour
  • To learn how you might provide pastoral support to your pupils
  • To learn about ways that you can encourage personal development in pupils
  • Plus much more...

Module 15

Engaging Parents in Their Children’s Learning

Student Objectives:

  • To understand what research says about engaged parents and students
  • To understand the common barriers of parent engagement
  • To learn how students, parents and teachers feel about parent involvement
  • To learn how to get past common barriers of parent engagement
  • Plus much more...

Module 16

Planning and Delivering Learning Activities Under the Direction of the Teacher

Student Objectives:

  • To understand what learning activities are
  • To learn about different types of learning activities
  • To learn what criteria makes a great learning activity
  • To learn the role of the teaching assistant in planning learning activities
  • Plus much more...

Module 17

Leading Extracurricular Activities

Student Objectives:

  • To understand why extracurricular activities are important
  • To learn about different types of extracurricular activities
  • To learn about the role of the teaching assistant in extracurricular activities
  • To learn how to interact with pupils outside of the classroom
  • Plus much more...

Module 18

Working Effectively as a Team and Promoting Good Working Relationships

Student Objectives:

  • To learn about the benefits of effective communication with colleagues
  • To learn how to define a good working relationship
  • To understand how to begin relationships with support and administrative staff
  • To learn how to deal with difficult colleagues through communication
  • Plus much more...

Module 19

Confidentiality, Equal Opportunities, Safeguarding, Promoting Equality & Diversity With Students

Student Objectives:

  • To understand the importance of confidentiality and information sharing
  • To learn how to provide equal learning opportunities to all students
  • To understand best practices in safeguarding students in school
  • To know what legislation has been enacted to protect certain individuals
  • Plus much more...

Module 20

Health, Safety and First Aid

Student Objectives:

  • To learn about the reasons health and safety legislation is in place
  • To learn about all of the prominent laws about health and safety
  • To understand how these regulations apply to teaching assistants
  • To know what it takes to be a first aider in a school
  • Plus much more..