We are the largest provider of apprenticeships in Buckinghamshire. Our experienced team of Trainer-Assessors works closely with apprentices and their employers, supporting you throughout your apprenticeship. We deliver this apprenticeship using the mixed delivery model. Students work full time in the workplace and attend college for a monthly evening workshop. Evening maths, English and ICT lessons may be required in addition to the workshops. We pride ourselves on our industry-standard facilities and the outstanding support we deliver for apprentices and employers.
This is a rolling programme and you can start at any time.
What will I learn?
This course aims to give learners the opportunity to gain a recognised level 3 qualification and to develop the knowledge and skills needed when supporting teaching and learning in schools. Duration of the course is 2 years and attendance to college is once a month on a Tuesday evening 6-8pm (dates to be confirmed). You will also choose further optional units totalling 12 credits (liaising with your assessor).
- Childrens development
- Health & safety
- Supporting learning activities
- Help to improve your own and team practice in schools
How will I be assessed?
You will be assessed by written tasks and by being observed in the work setting on a regular basis there is NO exam.
Learners should be at least 16 years old and working in a suitable setting for a minimum of 30 hours per week.
Progression & Career Opportunities
Progression route can be the Foundation Degree in Teaching Assistants. The Foundation Degree in Early Years Education and Practice or the HLTA status Potential primary, special and secondary school employment or work in the wider children's workforce e.g. child care. Plus, increasing opportunities for Apprentices to take on more responsibilities.